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I´ve start young to develop and design garment, first as professional athlete and then working with athletes to improve and develop new solution for technical equipment.
I´ve translated my knowledge and my learning in technical garments into classic sportswear concept in ERMENEGILDO ZEGNA group, to create new way for urban sportswear and athleisure concept.
Always looking to sustainability and to final customer needs,I´ve used my experience to create iconic outerwear pieces in ZEGNA SPORT and Z ZEGNA, melting my knowledge in electro technic with high performance luxury garments starting in 2006, dropping on the market new technology never saw before in the world.
Recently I´ve joined HUGO BOSS AG also to innovate and continue to create “first in the world” concepts, evolving sustainability into next level of integration in design-thinking, with passion and willing to continue my professional grow.
Cath Rogan is the Principal of Smart Garment People, a boutique consulting business that helps customers make clothing “smart” and technology wearable. Starting out with a degree in Textiles and Marketing, Cath has spent over two decades developing technical fabrics and clothing for some of the world’s leading outdoor and sports brands*. More recently, her work has taken her into specialist protective clothing for chemical, biological and ballistic protection, along with wearable health and fitness monitoring.
Having helped to grow several businesses for other people, in 2006 she decided to “paddle her own canoe”, and a year later, recognising the growth potential of the emerging smart fabrics sector, she established Smart Garment People to focus on developing novel applications with advanced materials and e-textiles. Despite her passion for technology, Cath is rubbish at social media and prefers to keep in touch the old fashioned way; through RSS feeds, and Skype. She may never actually get around to tweeting.
( * Some of the retail brands Cath has developed products for include: Adidas, Puma, Berghaus, Barbour, Lowe Alpine, Henri Lloyd, Karrimor)
An AR Expert and Augmented Reality Evangelist, Steve is a regular writer and contributor to media blogs, and is a thought-leader in the digital media and augmented reality sectors. He is a regular speaker on the subject of AR and New Technology at conferences and events.Based in London, Steve is currently the CEO of Amplified Robot, and Chairman of Berwick Post Ltd and is responsible for the strategy and commercial activity of both companies. Most recently, he has been responsible for spear-heading Amplified Robot's drive into Augmented Reality and Digital Media.
Steve trained as a film editor initially, before founding one of the UK's largest creative post production Groups, VTR Plc. He has over 30 years experience in the Broadcast Post Production Market; selling creative and technical services to International Broadcasters, Production Companies and Advertising Agencies. He is also the founder and organiser of the Augmenting Reality Meetup Group, which regularly meets to discuss, view and demonstrate the latest innovations in AR and related Technologies.
Amplified Robot is an award wining London based digital media Production Company.We specialise in Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Mobile Apps for smartphones, tablets and wearable devices.
Augmented Reality Development. AR is our passion, we have been developing with all the major SDK providers for many years. Consequently we know the technology inside out and can help our clients make the right choices for their project.
Has built his career in the US and France. Previously held key positions at Invensys, HP, and Thomson/Technicolor where he successfully set up and ran an optical component business from scratch. He also ran an RF component business two R&D centers (Singapore and Germany), manufacturing in Indonesia (20mpcs/yr), and a worldwide sales force and agent network. He holds a BSEE degree from University of Illinois and has studied Operations Management at the ESCP the oldest business school in Europe.
Optinvent is the leading maker of smart wearable display products with patented technologies and extensive know-how in the field. The ORA-2 is a smart glass platform for enterprise customers based on a see-through virtual display capable of supporting a multitude of hands free mobile computing applications with record setting performance and form factor. The ORA-X is a revolutionary new product category, Smart AR Headphones destined for consumers that will change the fundamental experience of mobile music. ORA-2® and ORA-X® are registered trademarks of Optinvent SA, for more information
please visit: www.optinvent.com
Sean has been working in the wearable solutions industry since 2010 and has helped to produce wearable systems for heavy industry such as aerospace, automotive and energy as well as consumer devices such as the Solos smart-glasses for cyclists. He led the development of a voice-driven operating system for the Golden-i industrial head-worn computer that was developed into multiple technologies including the Motorola HC1, the Fujitsu Head Mounted Display IOT001 and the Realwear HMT-1.
Sean is the Managing Director of Kopin Software, a subsidiary of Kopin Corporation (NASDAQ $KOPN) and is responsible for producing software systems for Kopin’s product portfolio and for Kopin’s clients. Kopin’s technologies can be found across a wide range of wearable systems including the Realwear HMT-1, Recon Jet, the Garmin Varia Vision, and many more. Sean’s day-to-day focus is working with new clients to help design requirements-driven wearable solutions using Kopin’s patented technology stack.
Mark Sage is the founder and managing director of Sagey11 Ltd. His company providers strategic and operational consulting on marketing and business development, focusing on building lasting partnerships especially for technology start-up and scale-up companies. With a background in telecoms (15 years with Orange) he has also worked with and led various Alliances and Associations. Mark is currently the Executive Director of the Augmented Reality for Enterprise Alliance (AREA). The AREA is the only global non-profit, member-based organization dedicated to widespread adoption of interoperable AR-enabled enterprise systems AREA.
With a focus on creating value and ROI for its members his goal is to develop a robust and active ecosystem for AR within the enterprise. His background includes a strong interest in mobile, AR, VR, and IoT and he is excited to work with AR customers, providers and research organizations.
Specialties: Scientific Support for Elite Athletes & Coaches
Monitoring Training & Recovery in Elite Athletes
Managing Interdisciplinary Support Teams in High Performance Sport
Nerina Ramlakhan PhD is a physiologist who has specialised in maximising individual and organisational performance for over two decades. After completing her post-doctoral training and research into the effects of lifestyle interventions on the alleviation of mental disorders, she spent five years in corporate health screening before studying organisational psychiatry and psychology at Guys Hospital and beginning organisational consultancy, workshop facilitation and coaching.
As the original founder of BUPA’s Corporate Wellbeing Solutions, she is a regular speaker at many City groups. In April 2000, she set up her own consultancy and has worked in various industries including sport (Chelsea Football Club), legal, insurance, accountancy, management consultancy, various sections of the police services, media, investment banking, telecommunications, healthcare and pharmaceutical, oil, TV, defence, engineering and IT.
Nerina’s work with individuals and organisations includes motivational and leadership programmes at Ashridge Business School, Wellness and Energy programmes, return to work coaching following long-term sickness absence and burnout prevention. Nerina works with the Nightingale Psychiatric Hospital in London on their sleep, energy & physical health programmes that are designed to support mental wellbeing. She also runs regular sleep/energy workshops for women recovering from cancer at the Haven Centre in Fulham.
Nerina’s work has been featured in The Times, The Telegraph, The Independent, The Sunday Express, The Guardian, New Scientist, The Evening Standard, The London Paper, Woman & Home, Healthy Living, Red and Psychologies Magazines. She has talked about power napping on the Radio 2 Chris Evans show and has appeared on GMTV, CNN and more recently, SKY NEWS talking about technology addiction. She recently appeared on ITV’s This Morning show teaching the nation how to sleep peacefully. Nerina is the sleep advisor to the Silent Night bed company.
Nerina uses her academic background in physiology, philosophy and psychology to guide her teaching, but her approach is highly practical. She has a strong belief that everyone can live a healthy and more fulfilling life by tapping into and nurturing their deepest inner resources – even in these hectic, technologically driven times that we live in. Her work, both with individuals and organisations, is dedicated to helping people to create greater balance, vitality, meaning and peace.
On a personal level, Nerina has a 12yr old daughter and in her spare time climbs, runs and practises yoga and meditation. Her bestselling second book, Fast Asleep Wide Awake was released in August 2016 and is now widely available in bookstores and Amazon. Her books have been featured on ITV’s ‘This Morning’ show, Woman’s Hour and The Today Programme (Radio 4) and the Steve Wright Show (Radio 2) and she appears regularly on the This Morning show and Niki Bedi’s Sunday morning show on Radio London. Nerina writes a regular blog for The Huffington UK and USA and NetDr.
Nigel joined Airbus in 1987 as a technician apprentice and upon completion became a structures designer working on main stream design of A330/A340 and later conceptual design on FLA and A3XX (now flying as A400M and A380). In 1999 he transitioned to the Knowledge Engineering team as an ICAD developer and later team lead for the Knowledge Based Engineering team delivering design automation tools and processes. 2002 saw a move to ICT leading the Mechanical CAD product line across Airbus including a number of CAD system migrations. His current role is more UK focused as an architect in the organisation responsible for the PLM systems, this has included delivering a VR suite to the Filton site.
Airbus Operations Limited has only relatively recently started to really exploit virtual reality.
The needs which VR addresses have for decades been met by more traditional methods.
The presentation will explain the needs and the traditional approach.
It will then cover a view of the data process and the challenges that this illustrates and why this is forcing change.
It will be explained why the traditional methods are no longer suitable and the role of Virtual Reality as part of this.
It will then focus on the specific use case of the Bristol site detailing the constraints, aspirations and final solution.
Ending with a brief look at some of the lower end technologies to compliment the use of Virtual Reality as well as a brief description of where we are looking to develop.
Rachel is Director of Digital for Salford Royal Group, CEO of the NHS Digital Academy, CHIME ambassador and Chair of the HIMSS UK Advisory Board. She has extensive experience of implementing successful technologies in healthcare, consumer and financial markets.
Rachel is no. 3 CIO in the CIO 100 2017 (all markets) and won the most disruptive CIO in Europe 2016 in the Talent unleashed awards.
Stephen joined the NHS in 2014, taking on the role of Chief Information Officer for South London and Maudsley NHS Trust, having a technology background in digital marketing, the games industry, and high-tech manufacturing.
Having led the Trust’s transformation of IT service provision, Stephen’s current focus is on developing and executing SLaM’s future digital strategy and transforming the workforce, whilst providing real-world digital interventions in mental health and beyond through the Centre for Translational Informatics. South London & Maudsley is London's global digital exemplar (GDE) for mental health services.
Stephen was voted no.39 in the UK CIO 100 most influential CIOs in April 2017, and in November 2016 was nominated as Chair for the London CIO Council for health providers across the capital
A practising radiographer for the first part of my career, subsequently moving on to general management roles and in informatics for over the last 20 years. I was fortunate to be a clinician during the introduction of some of the early imaging modalities that used digital technology to acquire images such at computerised tomography, and beyond that to be involved in computerisation of radiology departments early in my health service career. I gained general management experience in a number of my mid-career posts before joining informatics and leading a number of institutions in various roles in this discipline.
What has been clear throughout my career and never more than now is the power that information has to help support patients & professionals to improve care. We are at a pivotal moment in history to be able to witness and influence this digital transformation in health & care. It is therefore more important than ever that we act collectively with the public to drive through the changes needed, thinking carefully about the overarching themes we adopt as we have in east London,
Head of Integrated Management Systems and Asset Information at Dwr Cymru Welsh Water
Gary heads a function comprising seven work streams at Dwr Cymru, delivering operational services with a strong focus on asset data management and data exploitation and the application of new and emerging technologies in an industrial context including augmented and virtual reality.
Gary has worked in a wide range of industrial, offshore and service delivery environments and his expertise in Occupational Health and Safety and Risk Management has resulted in him being employed as an expert evidence in the prosecution and defence of businesses and individuals.
Gary presently leads the Dwr Cymru Welsh Water team delivering big data outputs to field based operators using ruggedised and wearable technology utilising both AR, VR and the IoT– “the right information, presented in the right way, in the timely manner at the operator’s point of use with a view to reducing risk and driving efficiency”
A physical activity expert and world-renowned sports scientist, Professor Greg Whyte OBE is an Olympian in
modern pentathlon and a European and World Championship medalist. Well-known for his involvement in
Comic Relief, assisting various celebrities in challenge events, Greg recently supported Jo Brand on her 'Hell of
a Walk' from Hull to Liverpool and Radio 1's Greg James on his 5 triathlons in 5 cities in 5 days. As a result of
his work, Greg has helped to raise over £35 million for charity.
Greg is an expert in the field of sports and exercise science. Graduating from Brunel University, he furthered his
studies with an MSc in human performance in the USA and completed his PhD at St. Georges Hospital Medical
School, London. Greg is currently a Professor of Applied Sport and Exercise Science at Liverpool John Moores
University and Director of Performance at the Centre for Health and Human Performance (CHHP) on Harley
Street in London. Greg's former roles include Director of Research for the British Olympic Association and
Director of Science and Research for the English Institute of Sport.
Greg is the preeminent authority on Exercise Physiology and Sports and Exercise Performance in the UK. An
internationally recognised expert in the field, Greg has extensive professional experience assessing, treating
and improving the performance of patients, sporting enthusiasts and athletes ranging from cancer sufferers to
celebrities attempting their first mountain summit to Gold medal seeking Olympians.
Since 2006, Greg has applied his sports science work to assist various celebrities in completing some of the
toughest challenges. Greg has trained, motivated and successfully coached 23 Sport and Comic Relief
Challenges including: the comedian David Walliams to swim across the English Channel the Gibraltar Straits
and the length of the Thames; James Cracknell to run, cycle and swim to Africa; a team of 9 celebrities
including Cheryl Cole, Chris Moyles and Gary Barlow to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro; Eddie Izzard to run a remarkable
43 marathons in 50 days; Christine Bleakley to waterski across the English Channel; Dermot O’Leary, Olly
Murrs and others to cross the driest desert in Africa; John Bishop to complete 'Bishops Week of Hell’ that
involved John cycle, row and run from Paris to London; and Davina McCall in her 'Beyond Breaking Point' 506
In 2014 Greg was awarded an OBE for his services to Sport, Sport Science & Charity, and was voted as one of
the Top 10 Science Communicators in the UK by the British Science Council.
• Marathon Des Sables (2015)
• Ironman Bolton (2013)
• British Championships Triathlon (1997 – 2004)
• The Channel Swim (2010)
• Ride Across America (2008)
• Triathlon World Long Course (2001)
• London Marathon (1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2004)
• Olympic Games (Atlanta 1996)
• World Championships SILVER (Sheffield 1994)
• Olympic Games (Barcelona 1992)
• European Championships BRONZE (Rome 1991)