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What You Will Hear

Our AVR360 conference track features keynotes from industry luminaries. There will also be tutorials, product and start-up demos, as well as detailed real-life use cases from businesses both large and small.

WHICH PASS?

This is a paid track and is available to holders of the following pass types – One and Two Day Conference Pass, Expo Gold Pass.

Academic and charitable discounts are available – please email info@edpltd.co.uk for further information

Themes: Enterprise IT & Wearables, Workplace, Data, Security Threats, Self-Driving Trucks, Connected Cars
9:40am
Opening & Welcome

James Moar, Senior Analyst, Juniper Research

9:45am
Keynote –A vision for AR in the enterprise
Technology is changing and evolving. We’re thinking about how we interact with wearable technology now and where this technology might be going in the future. Beyond that, we’re considering what needs to happen to make that possible, and how to ensure the next evolutions in wearable technology are a success. But how can we do that?
Speaker

Dr Raj Partheban, CEO, WITGrip


9:35am
Panel Discussion: The World Wide Wearable
An exploration of the turbulent wearables landscape. Who is (and isn't) investing in wearable technology? And who is leading the game? Our panellists discuss.
10:05am
10:55am
Case study – How TUI has been using AR/VR in the travel sector
The Oura ring is all about you. It is at the unique intersection of technology, science, jewelry, and design. The ring measures your biosignals, such as heart rate and heart rate variability, and lets you know how you slept and how recovered you are. Oura’s Chief Scientist Hannu Kinnunen and Jewelry Designer Stephen Webster take the stage to talk about how smart tech is becoming more personal – through design and science.
Keynote:

Hannu Kinnunen, Chief Scientist, OURA Health

Stephen Webster, Designer, Stephen Webster

11.15am Networking break
11:45am
How AR is driving efficiencies in manufacturing
With wearables and connected devices exploding in terms of popularity, employees bringing their personal technology into the workplace has become commonplace.

Our panel discuss how to ensure wearables are secure enough for enterprise once the right policies are in place.
Panellists

Dr Nigel Whittle, Head of Medical & Healthcare, Plextek

12:05PM
Panel discussion – Who is developing the next generation of mixed reality products ?
Starting life as an entrepreneur or small business can be daunting, and at first-glance, complex issues such as IP can make launching a product seem that much more difficult. In this session, delivered by the Intellectual Property Office, the foundations are laid bare. This is an essential session for any person looking to launch a new product in the foreseeable future.
Speakers:

Kelly Wren, Business Outreach Events Manager, Intellectual Property Office

12:40PM
Training 4.0 – how mixed reality is being used across industries
Starting life as an entrepreneur or small business can be daunting, and at first-glance, complex issues such as IP can make launching a product seem that much more difficult. In this session, delivered by the Intellectual Property Office, the foundations are laid bare. This is an essential session for any person looking to launch a new product in the foreseeable future.
Speakers:

Kelly Wren, Business Outreach Events Manager, Intellectual Property Office

1.00pm Lunch
2:00pm
Case study – AR/VR in entertainment
An exclusive in-depth conversation about the emerging relationships between consumers and technology, conducted by Stephanie Fried's team at Condé Nast.
Featuring:

Stephanie Fried, Executive Vice President of Research Analytics & Audience Development, Condé Nast

James Moar, Senior Analyst, Juniper Research

2:25pm
Panel discussion – What apps are making waves in mixed reality ?
Toshiba joins us for an exclusive presentation discussing the link between wearables and the intelligent edge, the growing number of use cases of such technology within numerous sectors, and a first-look at its own innovations in this area.
Speakers:

Neil Bramley, B2B Client Solutions Business Unit Director, Toshiba Northern Europe

David Sims, Solutions Sales Specialist, Toshiba Northern Europe

3:00pm
AR is providing innovation in energy
It's clear from the current market that the most successful products are those which are directly solving consumer problems. AliveCor discuss the solution they have brought to market in conjunction with the Apple Watch: a medical-grade tracking device which will save lives.
Speaker:

Francis White, VP Sales & Business Development, AliveCor Ltd.

3:00pm
Protecting your innovation – a guide to IP
Further details to be announced.
Presented by:

Janne Kyllönen, Founder & Product Director, QuietOn

3.20pm Networking break
3:45pm
Using AR/VR in scientific projects
Two industry experts share how their products are making waves in enterprise. Wearable hardware technology, fitness trackers and smart glasses.
Presented by:

Aaron Windmuller, Business Development Manager, UK, ProGlove

Gerrit Spaas, Director, Trivisio



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