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Living in the Internet of Things:

A PETRAS, IoTUK & IET Conference, Forum & Exhibition

28 - 29 March 2018 | IET London: Savoy Place

IET London: Savoy Place (logo) CPD 14 hours
 

Programme

Day one - Wednesday 28 March 2018

08:30

Registration and refreshments

Room: Flowers

09:00

09:00 - 10:00

 

 

 

IoTUK Registration and refreshments

Room: Riverside

 

 

 




09:15

Conference chair’s welcome and introduction

Prof. David De Roure, Oxford e-Research Centre, Oxford University
Room: Kelvin Lecture Theatre

09:20

The IoT context – Realising the potential of a trusted smart world

Prof. Jeremy Watson, CBE, PETRAS Director, University College London

09:30

Keynote speaker - AI through the IoT looking glass

Prof Dame Wendy Hall, Executive Director Web Science Institute, University of Southampton
Room: Kelvin Lecture Theatre

10:00

Refreshments, networking and posters

Welcome address

Prof. Jeremy Watson, CBE, PETRAS Director,
University College London

10:30

Session 1A: Realities of risk

Session Chair: Prof Carsten Maple
Room: Kelvin Lecture Theatre

Session 1B: Privacy and the customer

Session Chair: Prof Rachel Cooper
Room: Turing Lecture Theatre

IoTUK session 1: Ecosystem creation and go-to market strategies

Room: Riverside

11:30

Session 2A: Implementing secure deployment

Session Chair: Dr Rafael Montalvo
Room: Kelvin Lecture Theatre

Session 2B: Policing IoT security

Session Chair: Derwen H
Room: Turing Lecture Theatre

IoTUK session 2: Risk and insurance in connected autonomous vehicles

Room: Riverside

12:30

PETRAS & IET lunch, networking and posters

Room: Flowers

IoTUK lunch and networking

Room: Riverside

13:30

Keynote speaker - Anticipating surprise in an era of rapid change

Preparing for the Inevitable: Anticipation, preparation, policy and regulation, mitigation, recovery and learning

Greg Akers, SVP Security and Trust Organisation, Cisco
Room: Kelvin Lecture Theatre

IoTUK session 3: AIOTI Innovation Ecosystems event: Lessons learned across European, National and Regional IoT initiatives

Room: Riverside

14:00

Session 3A: Ethics and privacy

Session Chair: Prof Rob Procter
Room: Kelvin Lecture Theatre

Session 3B: Humans and the IoT

Session Chair: Prof Paul Coulton
Room: Turing Lecture Theatre

15:30

Refreshments, networking and posters

16:00

Plenary panel session: International IoT – Worldwide initiatives

Panellists:

  • Dr Mike Short, Chief Scientific Office, Department for International Trade, UK
  • Matthew Evans, Executive Director, Broadband Stakeholder Group, SmarterUK, Internet of Things, techUK
  • Tanya Suarez, Chair of Innovation WG, The Alliance for the Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI)
  • Ian Smith, IoT Security Director, GSMA

Session Chair: Dr Madeline Carr, Associate Professor of International Relations and Cyber Security, UCL
Room: Kelvin Lecture Theatre

17:30

Chairman’s closing remarks

Room: Kelvin Lecture Theatre

17:35

Drinks reception

Room: Riverside

 
Day two - Thursday 29 March 2018

09:00

Registration and refreshments

Room: Flowers

IoTUK registration and refreshments

Room: Riverside



09:25

Welcome from Conference Chair

09:30

Keynote speaker - IoT: Secure by design or liability by default?

Prof Joe Butler, Chief Scientific Adviser, DCMS, UK
Room: Kelvin Lecture Theatre

Keynote: Are we digital-human ready? The future of working and making in the IoT

Caroline Gorski, Director of Global Eco-system, Rolls-Royce

10:00

Session 4A: Vehicle saftey and transport

Session Chair: Prof Miles Elsden
Room: Kelvin Lecture Theatre

Session 4B: Design matters

Session Chair: Prof Chris Speed
Room: Turing Lecture Theatre

IoTUK session 1: Privacy and trust in IoT - A debate

Room: Riverside

11:00

Refreshments, networking and posters

Rooms: Riverside, Flowers

11:15

Session 5A: Standards, policy and governance

Session Chair: Dr Madeline Carr
Room: Kelvin Lecture Theatre

Session 5B: Computer science for security

Session Chair: Prof Nigel Davies
Room: Turing Lecture Theatre

IoTUK session 2: Exploring citizen reaction to deployed IoT

Room: Riverside

12:15

PETRAS and IET lunch, networking and posters

Room: Flowers

IoTUK lunch and networking

Room: Riverside

13:15

Session 6A: Homes and buildings

Session Chair: Prof Jeremy Watson
Room: Kelvin Lecture Theatre

Session 6B: Data, information and knowledge

Session Chair: Dr Tony Jeffs
Room: Turing Lecture Theatre

IoTUK session 3: How design fictions and future scenarios can help to steer innovation in the Internet of Things

Room: Riverside

14:15

Refreshments, networking and posters

Rooms: Riverside, Flowers

14:45

Plenary panel session: Future of the IoT

Session Chair: Prof. David De Roure, Oxford e-Research Centre, Oxford University
Room: Kelvin Lecture Theatre

Panellists:

  • Bill Thompson, Principal Research Engineer & Technology Writer, BBC
  • Pilgrim Beart, CEO, DevicePilot
  • Louisa-Jayne O'Neill, Vice Chairman, IAAC (The Information Assurance Advisory Council)
  • Dr Steve Allpress, Engineer and entrepreneur, Fellow, Royal Academy of Engineering
16:15

Conference Chair closing remarks

Room: Kelvin Lecture Theatre

16:20

Conference Close

Programme is correct at time of publication. Topics and speakers are subject to change.

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Key dates

Author registration deadline
27 February 2018