Posted on January 14, 2020 by staff

Siemens and Mobica join SmartTech event line-up


Key figures at global software services company Mobica and Siemens Building Technologies have been confirmed for BusinessCloud’s first event of 2020.

BC Insights: SmartTech on February 12th is free to attend and will hear from an array of established and start-up companies who are at the cutting edge of the drive to boost business performance through data and make physical spaces more efficient.

Dawn Embry, director of strategy and performance at Mobica, will speak on the ‘Smart cities and infrastructure’ panel alongside Dr Joanne Phoenix, interim executive director at Liverpool tech hub Sensor City, and Pavegen CEO Laurence Kemball-Cook.

London firm Pavegen captures the vibrations of people’s footsteps and converts it into energy, data and rewards.

Meanwhile Laura Smith, CEO at Slanted Theory, will appear on the ‘Boosting productivity’ panel. The Sheffield firm is an innovative data visualisation and analytics company that utilises artificial intlligence and immersive technologies to display insight into data.

Also confirmed for the event is Niko Kavakiotis, head of building performance and sustainability at Siemens Building Technologies, who will join the ‘Energy and workspace efficiency’ panel.

Already confirmed for that panel are Joe Warren, director of ZTP, a London-based energy management consultancy; and Jordan Appleson, CEO of Leeds-based IoT company Hark.

Key figures at Made Smarter and other tech giants are also being lined up.

The rise of faster networks, artificial intelligence and Internet of Things technology has created the perfect storm for a smart new world.

Incredible amounts of data are now available to companies seeking to save time and money and make smarter business decisions.

SmartTech is impacting all sectors including retail, agriculture, manufacturing and transport – but how can you adopt it into your business?

Sign up for BC Insights: SmartTech to learn how companies of all types and sizes can utilise smart technology to boost efficiency and performance.

Other conferences now confirmed for 2020 include BC Insights: HealthTech, BC Insights: FinTech and BC Insights: eCommerce.

Ten roundtables have also been confirmed. For the full calendar, visit our events page.