4th CENSIS Technology Summit
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall (New Auditorium), 2 Nov 2017
NOW SOLD OUT
We are pleased to announced applications for exhibition space are now open, and we would be delighted to hear from you if you have a technology you’d like to showcase to our delegates. If you’d like to apply to join us this year, please complete the attached form and return to CENSIS.
Just as we’ve done in previous years, we’ll prioritise companies and research groups with ‘hands on’ tech to showcase; feedback from our delegates indicates this is something they value highly at our event.
Almost 350 delegates from industry, academia and the public sector attended our 3rd Technology Summit in Glasgow, with over 50% of the delegates attending from industry.
This year we’re expecting up to 400 people from all parts of the sensor system supply chain. There will be lots of time for you to meet the delegates, including registration, coffee break, an extended lunch break and a drinks reception at the end of the day.
Here’s what some of our exhibitors from last year’s Tech Summit said:
- Analog Devices – “Thanks again for organising such a great event, sifting through our leads this morning and I’m still surprised how much activity there is locally which we hadn’t been aware of until yesterday.”
- Mothive – “Thank you so much for having us yesterday – the tech summit was fantastic! We connected with a lot of people and hopefully that will result in new partnerships and business. We’ve just tweeted the article and we really appreciate the exposure!”
- Neatebox – “It’s always hard to know what opportunities events such as this will throw up but having had so much positive interest in our work throughout the day I feel it was certainly time well spent.”
Presentations on the day include:
- Frank Frederiksen, Head of Corporate Strategy, ublox
- Alan Norbury, Industrial CTO, Siemens UK
- Prof Muffy Calder OBE, VP and Principal of the College of Science and Engineering, University of Glasgow
- Quadrio Alves, VP and Global Future Cities Leader, CGI
- Prof Angus Watson, Consultant and Director of Research and Innovation, NHS Highland
- Dr Pablo Casaseca, University of the West of Scotland with Thales UK
- Ian Bain, Managing Director, Sensor Works
- Prof Bill Buchanan OBE, Edinburgh Napier University
Our Chair will be Ken Macdonald, BBC Scotland’s Science Correspondent. Additionally, Prof Mike McShane of Texas A&M University and President of the IEEE Sensors Council, will make the opening remarks.
For a further discussion, please email firstname.lastname@example.org