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KTN 42nd Intelligent Sensing Programme

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10th June 2015

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Grand Connaught Rooms, London WC2B 5DA

10 June 2015, 10.00am-6.00pm

About the Event

For this event, the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) brings together leading academic researchers and industrialists from the sensor and instrumentation sector for a day of talks, technology demonstrations and networking, culminating in a wine reception.

ISP events have been the highlight of the sensors and instrumentation calendar since the start of the Knowledge Transfer Networks in 2006 and the Faraday Partnerships which preceded them. The core strength of the ISP events is that they aim to showcase new sensing technologies irrespective of their core target markets. This focus on exciting, novel technologies and their applications sits firmly with the Knowledge Transfer Networks aim of encouraging interactions, which otherwise would not happen.

ISP42 Theme: IOT

The focus of this ISP is the Internet of Things, and this event aims to bring Sensor & Instrumentation academics and industrial partners in this area together in an exciting day of talks, technology demonstrations and networking


Please join CENSIS at this event to see our Technical Director, Derek Liddle, discuss innovation in the Internet of Things, including the importance of sensing for IOT, and find out more about projects in this area that are supported by CENSIS.  

Other Speakers include:

  • Chair: Prof. Richard Luxton. Director, Institute of Bio-Sensing Technology
  • Stephen Pattison: VP Public Affairs, ARM
  • Justin Anderson: Chairman and CEO, Flexeye
  • Mathieu Bellanger: Sharp Labs of Europe
  • Myrddin Jones: Innovate UK
  • Charles Curry: Chronos Technology Ltd.
  • Glynn Wright: Aralia Systems Ltd.
  • Chris Holgate: Zynaptic Ltd.

Aims and Objectives

Sensor devices are everywhere, and will play and increasingly important part in the Internet of Things revolution – indeed, a recent estimate predicts that by 2020 sensors will account for over 60 % of the total installed base of the 30 billion devices in the ‘Internet of Things’. This event aims to cover various aspects of this:

  • Connectivity – how are sensor devices integrated together
  • Energy Harvesting – how can devices be powered
  • Creating actionable intelligence – how can the integration of multiple devices provide actionable intelligence to provide information greater than the sum of the individual parts


Further details including an agenda and how to register are available from the KTN’s Eventbrite page.