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Each of our TechWorks sectors will run their own session with tailored content for your specific industry. Join other organisations within your field for indepth discussion on the topics that matter to you. The main program of the TechWorks Summit 2018 will see our five Communities run parallel sessions giving attendees an opportunity to connect with many leading organisations and experts across the breadth of the industry.
12:00pm – 4:30pm
This Session combines the PEUK (Power Electronics UK) and AESIN (Automotive Electronic Systems Innovation Network) communities which have a strong link in the theme of enabling the Electrification
for future of Connected and Automated Transportation. Delegates will hear about exciting activity of PEUK & AESIN followed by “Stephenson Challenge” exemplar by Matt Boyle OBE explaining how this ISCF Wave3 proposal for PEMD(Power Electronics Machines and Drives) can harness both academic excellence and cross sector industrial capabilities of the UK to create a world leading electric drive industry.
The final Q&A Panel session will allow delegates to raise questions to the speakers and debate the exciting challenge of achieving a More Electric, More Connected Mobility of the Future.
Introduction – Paul Jarvie / Alan Banks
AESIN – Alan Banks discusses the current Status and Achievements.
Power Electronics UK – Paul Jarvie discusses the current Status and Achievements (inc. an introduction for Leesa Kingman (PEUK))
TBA – A presentation by Matt Boyle OBE, Collingwood Solutions
Q&A/Panel – Speakers are Alan Banks (AESIN), Matt Boyle OBE (Collingwood solutions), Dr. Paul Taylor (Dynex), Dr. Will Drury (Ricardo) and Dr. Alastair McGibbon (CSA Catapult)
The IoT Security Foundation are hosting a dedicated community stream at the TechWorks Summit on IoT Security Regulation & Certification. This session begins with a welcome and introduction by IoTSF Managing Director John Moor, followed by a talk on “You May Already Be Liable: The International IoT Security Regulatory Landscape” by Stacie Walsh, Oxford Information Labs which will present the findings of a soon-to-be-published, IoTSF report reviewing the emerging global regulation in relation to IoT cybersecurity. This session also features an expert panel session on “IoT certification and the role of IoTSF” which will discuss the recently published DCMS consumer code of practice, the need for certification and the plans of the IoT Security Foundation. This panel features representation from IoTSF, DCMS, Underwriters Laboratories, BSI & TUV SUD.
John Moor, Managing Director of IoTSF
You May Already Be Liable: The International IoT Security Regulatory Landscape
Stacie Walsh, Oxford Information Labs.
Stacie will present the findings of a soon-to-be-published, IoTSF report reviewing the emerging global regulation in relation to IoT cybersecurity.
“IoT certification and the role of IoTSF”
Moderated by Richard Marshall, Plenary Chair, IoT Security Foundation, Managing Consultant at Xitex Ltd.
In this session, we will discuss the recently published DCMS consumer code of practice, the need for certification and the plans of the IoT Security Foundation.
For full details of the IoTSF session, please see the event page on the website
Welcome: Stewart Edmonson (UKESF), Chris Bennett (NMI) and introducing new NMI Network Manager, Leesa Kingman.
Case Study : “Compound Semiconductor Cluster” presented by Chris Meadows, IQE.
Presentation: “Making the most of Apprenticeship Levy contributions: An update on degree apprenticeships” presented by Stewart Edmondson (UKESF)
Presentation: “Electronics Everywhere: Putting the Excitement Back” presented by Professor Bashir Al-Hashimi, University of Southampton
Turn on to Electronics : The launch of a national campaign – Stewart Edmondson (UKESF)
Sir Hossein Yassaie gained BSc (1979) and PhD (1982) degrees in Electronics & Communication Engineering from Birmingham university. He joined STMicroelectronics/Inmos, where he worked on advanced processor/computer designs and help to clear the world’s first digital TV chip.
Richard Harrington was appointed Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy on 14 June 2017. He served as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Work and Pensions from 17 July 2016 to 14 June 2017. He was elected as Conservative MP for Watford in May 2010.