GSMA IoT at Future Resource Expo

Start: Wednesday 11 September 2019 10:00 am

End: Thursday 12 September 2019 5:00 pm

Venue: The NEC, Birmingham

Location: The NEC, Birmingham

Future Resource is one of the UK’s leading events for energy and water efficiency. It provides a platform for the latest solutions and industry insights shaping the future of the utilities sector. Future Resource boasts a 3,000 strong crowd, comprised of leading local authorities and Government departments, large retailers, commercial and industrial end users, as well as energy and water suppliers, and trade associations.

GSMA IoT has been invited to present how mobile technology is one of the key enablers for transforming the new and sustainable energy. Please join us:

Topic: Mobile Technologies for New Waves of Smart Energy

  • Date: Wednesday, 11 September 2019
  • Time: 11:00 – 11:30
  • Venue: Future IOT Theatre 13
  • Speaker:

    Svetlana Grant

    IoT Programme Director, GSMA

    Svetlana Grant

    Svetlana has over 18 years of experience in the mobile industry. She has been a part of the GSMA’s IoT / Connected Living Program since 2009, working on the development of the Embedded Mobile Guidelines. Thereafter she has managed the Smart Energy and Smart Cities market development projects. Since March 2014, Svetlana led the IoT Networks project and the Mobile IoT Initiative, working with the industry to identify emerging IoT service requirements, with a focus on low power wide area technologies. She is currently the Director of the IoT Program.

Topic: Intelligent Connectivity at the Edge

  • Date: Thursday, 12 September 2019
  • Time: 11:00 – 11:30
  • Venue: Future IOT Theatre 13
  • Speaker:

    Neill Young

    IoT Emerging Enablers Lead, GSMA

    Neill Young

    Neill has 15 years’ experience of building M2M and IoT services and ecosystems within both mobile network operators and vertical service providers. Neill has been involved with programmes such as the rollout of smart meters and smart grid, introduction of connectivity for the first connected cars and development of several IoT strategies and standards for the home and city. He has most recently worked with mobile operators on building their smart city strategies. As IoT Enablers Lead, Neill is currently working on new roles for mobile operators in the IoT market that are being enabled by emerging technologies such as Edge Computing, Distributed Ledger and 5G.

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