Tommy Flowers Institute Conference: The Future of Transport, 5-6 March 2019, Adastral ParkFebruary 28, 2019
This Tommy Flowers Institute conference is in partnership with Suffolk County Council and BT and will explore the Future of Transport.
Carol Fletcher, head of the Academic and Research Partnerships, said, “at this conference, we will have key industry, government and academic speakers discussing the problems we face now and in the future. We will be able to showcase demos of state of the art technologies and debate a vision of the future. By working with Suffolk County Council, we have a fantastic opportunity to address real problems at the conference and involve students, industry and academia”.
Speakers have been confirmed and include David Lynch from First Group (Using Big Data); David Frost from Suffolk County Council (The EV revolution); Zeelo (building a personalised shared mobility service); BT’s Ian Hawkins (lessons learnt from a communications network and applying to a road network) and Peter Lee from BSI (accelerating the Future of mobility through open data standards).
Click here to read the brochure with full agenda.
Attendees will have the opportunity of getting stuck into real challenges for the region by way of breakout groups – including a focus on how technology could help improve the movement of goods and freight along the A14 corridor and links to the A11 tech corridor too.
The aim will be to set some targets for post conference sub teams to address and to continue to work together.
So if you have an interest in the future of transport and want to be part of the challenges that affect all of us, The Tommy Flowers Institute would welcome you to attend this free conference.
Register here: https://tinyurl.com/TFISpring2019