IM Breakfast Speaker Event
|0800||Welcome & Refreshments|
|0815||Kevin Gooding, Background & Aims|
|0825||Jonathan Legh-Smith, BT Marquee|
|0835||Goff Hill, Suffolk Show App|
|0845||John Royle, The Suffolk Show Treasure Trail|
|0855||Kevin Gooding, Concluding remarks/future Shows|
|0900||Questions & Informal networking|
24 Jul 2018, 0800 - 0930
Innovation Martlesham, in association with TechEast, would like to invite you to another Breakfast Networking Event
with Guest SpeakersKevin Gooding, OXEMS, Diometer, Suffolk Agricultural Association (SAA)
Jonathan Legh-Smith, BT
John Royle, Chronicle Digital Storytelling
Goff Hill, Smart Networked Environments (SmartNE)
"Technology comes to the Suffolk Show"
The Suffolk Show is organised by the Suffolk Agricultural Association (SAA) and is part of their 187 year history. It is the largest two-day visitor experience in the County and takes place at Trinity Park, Ipswich. Traditionally focused on celebrating everything that makes the County great, it showcases the best of Suffolk’s food, farming and agricultural heritage with support from most sectors of the Counties economy. At this year's show on 30th and 31st May, for the first time, BT and IM have a major presence aiming to showcase how technology and agriculture are coming together and as part of both the SAA's and BT's educational programmes for young people across the County and beyond.
At the Show, in addition to EE providing a mobile Mast , BT will be hosting a technology marquee showcasing hands-on experiences of some of the latest innovative technologies being developed at Adastral Park. BT’s Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths (STEM) and Computing activities are also being showcased. Alongside all of this, two of our IM companies - Smart Networked Environments and Chronicle – have a key presence.As part of a collaboration with the SAA, West Suffolk College and Suffolk County Council, a new digital experience for Show-goers has been developed. Smart Networked Environments are providing a major new interactive app – The Suffolk Show App - whilst Chronicle is delivering new content for a special show 'treasure trail' Collectively the aim is to deliver a set of exciting new inspirational experiences and interactive demonstrations for visitors
This talk will give an overview of the BT and IM presence at the 2018 Show. It will also highlight the close collaboration that exists between BT and the companies in the Innovation Martlesham (IM) cluster, demonstrating the strength of the IM ecosystem which has the ability to deliver unique solutions into the region
Come along, meet and hear from the speakers involved in coordinating the 2018 initiative.
For more information please use the links to read "Suffolk Show launches first ever App for visitors" and to learn more about the App and Treasure Trail.
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Kevin Gooding, Founding CEO of OXEMS, Founder Diometer
In addition to his OXEMS and Diometer activities, Kevin has been involved with the Suffolk Show and the Suffolk Agricultural Association (SAA) for many years. He steward's at the Show itself plus two other SAA events: The School Farm and Country Fair (4,500 year 3 & 4 children @ Trinity Park), and the Food & Farming Student Day (13-16 year olds @ Hollow Trees Farm). These initiatives are designed to promote food and agriculture in the region and to encourage young people to enter the industry.
Jonathan Legh-Smith, Head of Partnerships & Strategic Research, BTEPSRC Strategic Advisory Network, chair of EIT Digital London and member of the EIT Digital Supervisory Board, and co-principal investigator for the EPSRC Prosperity Partnership – Next Generation Converged Digital Infrastructure. Jonathan manages BT’s school engagement programme in the East of England and co-created the Barefoot Computing initiative. Jonathan is also a member of the Dept. for Education’s Ipswich Opportunity Area Partnership Board and the TechEast Talent & Skills Taskforce.
John Royle, Founder Chronicle Digital Storytelling
John is the Founder of Chronicle, an IM company focused on gathering and celebrating personal stories. In an era of more awareness around social isolation, cultural division and a plethora of ‘fake news’, Chronicle is bringing authenticity and connection through the voice of storytellers. It majors on capturing the essence of community, culture and heritage through its engaging solutions. John is originally from Suffolk and has a technical, management consulting and economic development background.
Goff Hill, Business Development Director, Smart Networked Environments (SmartNE)