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5th CENSIS TECHNOLOGY SUMMIT AND CONFERENCE THURSDAY 8th NOVEMBER 2018 GLASGOW ROYAL CONCERT HALL


WELCOME IAN REID CEO, CENSIS

Welcome to the 5th CENSIS Technology Summit. Today more than 400 of you are expected to come through the doors of the Concert Hall in Glasgow for a packed day of presentations and networking, meeting over 40 organisations exhibiting with us. Quite a difference from our first Summit with just 90 attendees back in 2014. This is an incredibly exciting time for CENSIS and our partners in academia and industry to be involved in innovation in Scotland. With over 130 projects accounting for £17.3 million of activity under our belt, CENSIS is continuing to deliver programmes that drive broad social change and deliver deep economic impacts across Scotland. You’ll hear more today about the work we’ve done and our plans for the future. If you have a challenge, talk to us about how we can help. @CENSIS_IanR

@CENSIS121

EVENT CHAIR

OPENING ADDRESS

MELINDA MATTHEWS-CLARKSON

IVAN MCKEE MSP

09.55

CEO, CodeClan

EVENT CHAIR

At CodeClan, Scotland’s first Digital Skills Academy, Melinda champions the growing digital sector by supporting and encouraging individuals into the world of software development. Her experience as a Global VP of Software Sales and Marketing for ISVs and Alliances at IBM, has given her an insight on how the world embraces technology for commercial and social success. She was recognised in the 'Top 100 Women' CRN Software Channel publication in 2014, 2015 and 2016. Melinda is an advocate for encouraging women in the workplace, establishing a Digital Women’s Group at CodeClan, while also volunteering with Smart Works, a charity that focuses on assisting women back into the workforce. @CodeClanScot

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CENSIS Technology Summit Agenda

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Minister for Trade, Investment and Innovation, Scottish Government

OPENING ADDRESS

Ivan’s specific responsibilities are: trade and inward investment; innovation and increasing productivity; internationalisation and European Structural Funds; financial services; life sciences and Low Carbon Economy His career has involved a number of senior roles in manufacturing and business, managing companies in the UK as well as Poland, Finland, Croatia and Bosnia. Early in his career, Ivan spent two years with VSO in Bangladesh. He is currently a trustee of the charity CEI, which supports education and health projects in Bangladesh. Ivan has been MSP for Glasgow Provan since May 2016. Brought up in Glasgow, he studied at the University of Strathclyde and the University of Newcastle. @scotgov

@Ivan_McKee

gov.scot


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Our chair for today is Melinda Matthews-Clarkson 09:00

Registration, coffee and exhibition

09:55

Melinda MatthewsClarkson

CodeClan

Event Chair

Welcome

10:00

Ivan McKee MSP

Scottish Government

Minister for Trade, Innovation and Investment

Opening address

10:10

Bob Downes

CENSIS

Chairman

The future for CENSIS

10:20

Hugo Fiennes

Electric Imp

CEO

The iterative approach to IoT

11:00

Coffee, networking and exhibition

11:45

A Deputy Director

National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC)

Deputy Director

IoT: Getting the basics right

12:15

Andrew Minturn

Bosch Rexroth

Strategic Product Manager

A vision of the factory of the future

12:45

Prof Niamh Nic Daeid

Leverhulme Research Centre for Forensic Science

Director

The cutting edge of forensic science - obstacles and opportunities

13:15

Lunch, networking and exhibition

14:30

Michael Talbot

Meridian

Head of Strategy

The UK’s road to a self-driving future

15:00

Dr Anthony Ashbrook

Machines With Vision

Founder & CEO

Ground mapping & localisation for rail, road & robots: a Scottish start-up’s story

Dr Frank Allison

FIS 360

Managing Director

National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL)

Technology Commercialisation Manager

15:25

Paul Knight Martin Izod

15:45

Gus Thomas

Safehinge Primera (CENSIS case study)

Director Product Design Engineer

Decommissioning the world’s most complex nuclear facility: opportunities for sensor technologies Target Zero: technology solutions for eliminating suicide in mental health environments

Dr Owen Lo

Edinburgh Napier University (CENSIS case study)

Research Fellow

Joe Tree

CivTech®

Head of Product

Alistair Carty

Replicade (CENSIS case study)

Technical Director

Tracking tourism: an IoT solution for monitoring remote historic sites

16:35

Ian Reid

CENSIS

CEO

Closing remarks

16:45

Drinks reception

18:00

Event close

16:00

16:15

Experiences and findings in IoT security testing

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SPEAKERS BOB DOWNES Chairman CENSIS

10.10 Bob has wide experience across private and public sectors in the UK, Europe and the US. He has been involved with many business sectors including telecommunications, energy, and health care; and has managed infrastructure provision as well as regional economic development. His responsibilities have covered large scale change management, strategy development and deep operational leadership. He has worked in large international corporate organisations and fast growth start-ups as well as government. Bob is currently Chair of the Scottish Environment Protection Agency; NXD With KUBE Networks; Chair of the Scottish Government Technology Advisory Board as well as a Trustee of the Glasgow School of Art Development Trust. Bob has a background in telecommunications with BT Group and also with the Conran Group. @CENSIS121

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HUGO FIENNES

NCSC

CEO and Co-founder Electric Imp

A Deputy Director National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC)

11.45

10.20 A maker at heart, Hugo has always loved building things and making them work. He founded his first startup in 1985 selling bulletin board and terminal emulation software. His next venture was Empeg, (the world’s first in-car MP3 player and second ever Linux-powered consumer device). Following Empeg’s acquisition by Rio, he worked on networked and portable MP3 players before being lured to Apple with the promise of working on “a really really cool product.” That product turned out to be the iPhone, and Hugo led the hardware team through the first four generations of the iconic device, before being tapped to build the first Nest thermostat. During his time at Nest, Hugo realised that connected devices were going to change the world for the better, but only if they were secure, maintainable, and flexible - and that these qualities were available to every device maker. Along with co-founder Peter Hartley, he came up with the unique architecture that forms the Electric Imp IoT Connectivity Platform. @hfiennes

@electricimp

Our speaker today is a Deputy Director of NCSC, a part of GCHQ, the Government Communications Headquarters. The NCSC was set up in 2016 to help protect the UK’s critical services from cyber attacks, manage major incidents and improve the underlying security of the UK internet through technological improvement and advice to citizens and organisations. The NCSC understands cyber security and distils this knowledge into practical guidance. It responds to cyber security incidents to reduce the harm they cause to organisations and the wider UK. It also uses industry and academic expertise to nurture the UK’s cyber security capability and reduces risks to the UK by securing public and private sector networks. @NCSC

ncsc.gov.uk

electricimp.com

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ANDREW MINTURN

PROFESSOR NIAMH NIC DAEID

Business Development and Strategic Product Manager, Bosch Rexroth

12.15

12.45

As one of the key experts on Industry 4.0, Andrew has given a number of talks at leading industry events demonstrating the benefits and best practice of creating an Industry 4.0-enabled facility. Andrew’s career in engineering spans over 25 years, across industries such as aerospace, general automation, food and packaging and medical. He began working as an engineering toolmaker for BMW Manufacturing in 1991, where he was responsible for the manufacture of car body presses and tooling. He then joined Bosch Rexroth as a Technical Support Engineer while also graduating with a First-Class degree in Engineering Systems. He specialised in assembly technology and system sales, before moving on to his current role. @BoschRexrothUK

Director, Leverhulme Research Centre for Forensic Science

boschrexroth.co.uk

Niamh has been involved in forensic science education, research and casework for over 24 years and is a registered forensic practitioner with the National Crime Agency. She has been involved as an expert witness for the courts in investigations relating to fire scenes and terrorist events and is currently one of the expert witnesses appointed to the Grenfell Tower public inquiry, providing written and oral evidence to the Public Inquiry. She has led the development of Codes of Practice for forensic science practitioners in fire investigation in the UK and in Europe and has developed international analytical guidance for the United Nations. She currently holds a research grant portfolio in excess of £12.8 million. @ProfNNicDaeid

@LRCFS

dundee.ac.uk/leverhulme

@UoDCAHID

cahid.dundee.ac.uk

making smart simple

Introducing......IoT Scotland Boston Networks is leading the £6m project to build and operate Scotland’s national IoT network. IoT Scotland will revolutionise the use of smart technologies and deliver smart solutions for businesses and the public sector to explore sensor applications. Register at www.bostonnetworks.co.uk/iot to stay informed of the latest developments

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MICHAEL TALBOT Head of Strategy Meridian

GAME CHANGERS 15.25

14.30 Meridian is the UK's unique gateway to connected and self-driving technology development. Michael is on secondment from the UK Government's Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV), of which he was a founding member in 2015. Prior to CCAV, Michael was Head of Horizon Scanning in the Government's Horizon Scanning Programme, establishing a crossGovernment Emerging Technologies Community of Interest reporting to the Cabinet Secretary's Advisory Group. Michael holds Master's degrees from the Universities of Toronto and Oxford. @MeridianMob

Paul Knight and Frank Allison will introduce us to the Game Changers – a programme supporting new ideas and technologies in the nuclear sector which can reduce costs, reduce risk and make operations safer whilst accelerating the safe delivery of decommissioning – and explain how Scottish companies can get involved. @GC_Innovators

gamechangers.technology

PAUL KNIGHT

meridianmobility.tech Technology Commercialisation Manager, National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL)

DR ANTHONY ASHBROOK Founder & CEO Machines with Vision Paul’s career started in the nuclear industry at the Dungeness A power station, focusing on the control of reactor gas chemistry to prolong the graphite core life and reduce carbon build up on the fuel rods. Later in his career, Paul managed projects for Magnox (B205, SIXEP) and EEP (EARP, encapsulation plants).

15.00 Anthony is a technologist and serial entrepreneur with expertise in computer vision and machine learning and a drive for building and leading technology enabled companies. After completing his PhD and working as an academic researcher, he discovered a proficiency for taking leading edge research and applying it to real world problems in a commercial setting. Partnering with a colleague, Dr Mark Wright, at the University of Edinburgh and securing initial funding, Anthony launched his first company, Mobile Acuity, in 2006. Mobile Acuity provides image recognition as-a-service for mobile app developers.

Paul believes that championing innovation within NNL is key to the future of the organisation and the sector – new build, operation and decommissioning. NNL is investing to develop ideas and support the people and SMEs behind them. @UKNNL

DR FRANK ALLISON Managing Director FIS 360

In 2016 Anthony, and co-founders Dr Tim Lukins and Dr Jan Wessnitzer, started Machines with Vision. Machines with Vision are developing very accurate positioning technology for transportation applications using very low-latency imaging devices known as Event Cameras. @anthonyashbrook machineswithvision.com

nnl.co.uk

@mwithv Frank has over 15 years’ experience of commercialising early stage technologies and worked in the Middle East developing and delivering a technology transfer business unit and innovation investment fund. Frank also developed and managed strategic partnerships with the likes of Saudi Aramco, SABIC, GE and MIT. Frank has also held various board positions in spin-out companies, steering and energy foresight committees and spent many years in the space, aerospace and steel industries in the UK and USA. @fis360

fis360.com

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CASE STUDIES CENSIS CASE STUDY 15.45

SAFEHINGE PRIMERA

Safehinge Primera had a vision for a sensor door platform for use in mental health environments. After working with CENSIS they went on to develop the idea which won Product Innovation of the Year at the 2018 Design in Mental Health Network awards.

MARTIN IZOD

GUS THOMAS

Director Safehinge Primera

Director and co-founder, Martin studied Product Design Engineering at Glasgow School of Art and Glasgow University. Graduating with a Master’s Degree in 2006, he co-founded Safehinge and leads the business on product development and supply chain. He has grown the business to a market-leader, generating £6m revenue and employing over 30 people. Martin was key to the acquisition of Primera in 2016 — bringing together two market leading businesses. Now Safehinge Primera, the company has accelerated its growth in the Mental Health market with the goal of matching the 80% market share, already achieved in the Education sector. Award-winning designers and engineers, Martin’s team are recognised for releasing ground-breaking products within Mental Health construction.

Product Design Engineer Safehinge Primera

Gus joined Safehinge Primera in 2016 after graduating from Glasgow School of Art and Glasgow University with a degree in Product Design Engineering. Focusing on the Mental Health market, Gus has been key to the company’s product development as the lead engineer on the new full-door ligature alarm — a significant part of the company’s Target Zero approach to help eliminate suicide. Winning the DIMNH Product Innovation of the Year title at this year’s awards — the third time Safehinge Primera has received the accolade —DIMHN judges commented that the door alarm “will undoubtedly improve service user safety”. safehinge.com

safehinge.com

Manufacturing in Fife

Winner of “Most Enterprising Place in Britain” 2018

Supporting Fife businesses to deploy new technologies for advanced manufacturing University of Strathclyde’s Advanced Forming Research Centre

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CENSIS CASE STUDY 16.00

EDINBURGH NAPIER UNIVERSITY

This project aimed to make it easier to test if interconnected devices and networks are secure against hacking attacks. Edinburgh Napier University and Keysight Technologies used data analytics to identify vulnerabilities that could put IoT devices at risk.

CENSIS CASE STUDY 16.15

Replicade responded to a CivTech challenge call from Historic Environment Scotland to collect meaningful data from its 250+ remote historic sights. Joe Tree will describe the role of CivTech then Alistair Carty will outline the project.

JOE TREE

DR OWEN LO

Head of Product CivTech

Research Fellow, Edinburgh Napier University, School of Computing

Owen has contributed to numerous research projects, including evaluation of a cloud-based e-Health platform (Cloud4Health), implementation of a data governance engine (safi.re), evaluation of an Anonymised, Distributed, e-Commerce Architecture (ADeCA) and development of digital forensic investigation tools (Fragment Finder). His current research area involves hardware and software security with particular focus on the topic of IoT security. Some of the recent work he has conducted includes side channel attack on the PRESENT block cipher and vulnerability analysis on Bluetooth enabled IoT devices. Owen is a member of the research group ‘Centre for Distributed Computing, Networking and Security’. @EdinburghNapier @Keysight_UK napier.ac.uk

CivTech® and REPLICADE

CivTech® brings together public sector expertise and private sector creativity to solve real problems, develop new products, and deliver better, faster and easier services for everyone. Part of the Scottish Government’s Digital Directorate, CivTech’s awardwinning approach is helping transform public sector engagement with tech and innovation. With two startups, mass-market digital product experience and a Bafta Award under his belt, Joe brings a wealth of expertise to the 16 week CivTech Accelerator programme. @CivTechScotland

ALISTAIR CARTY

keysight.com

CENSIS is grateful to Melinda Matthews-Clarkson, CEO of CodeClan for chairing today’s event and has made a donation to #techmums on her behalf as a thank you. #techmums – empowering mums, their families and communities through technology @TechmumsHQ

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@CodeClanScot

codeclan.com

civtech.atlassian.net

Technical Director Replicade Ltd

Replicade Ltd specialises in innovative Asset Management technology solutions primarily in the Aerospace, Automotive and Cultural Heritage sectors. Cutting his teeth on assembler programming in the 1980s, large-scale database consultancy in the 1990s, high-performance 3D graphics in the 2000s and financial enterprise architecture in the 2010s, Alistair's wide experience provides the backbone for Replicade's Internet of Things focused product and consultancy strategies. Alistair is a widely published author and presents regularly on the topics of Internet of Things, software development, technical strategy and heritage. @ReplicadeLtd

replicade.com

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EXHIBITORS Our exhibitor area will be open all day and exhibitors will demonstrate technology that fits in with our theme of disruption and disruptive technologies in IoT or sensor and imaging systems.

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A2E

AFRC

@A2E_Ltd a2etech.com Table 37

@AFRCStrathclyde afrc.org.uk Table 34

Analog Devices (with Anglia)

Anglia GOLD SPONSOR

@ADI_News analog.com Table 7

@angliaLive anglia-live.com Anglia Partners at tables 3, 7-8, 13-17

Antrigulum Labs Ltd antrigulum.ai Table 38

Arrow Electronics @Arrow_dot.com arrow.com Table 22

boston networks Beringar

Boston Networks SILVER SPONSOR

@beringarltd beringar.co.uk Table 2

@BostonNetworks bostonnetworks.co.uk Table 9

CENSIS

Edinburgh Napier University

@CENSIS121 censis.org.uk Tables 11-12

@EdinburghNapier napier.ac.uk Table 35

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eg technology

Electric Imp

@egtechnology egtechnology.co.uk Table 28

@electricimp electricimp.com Table 4

European Circuits

Fife Economy Partnership

@EuropeanCircuit european-circuits.co.uk Table 18

@FifeEconPship fifeeconomypartnership.co.uk Table 10

Filament PD Ltd

FUEL (with Tontine)

@filamentpd filamentpd.com Table 25

@ITFuel itfuel.com Table 31

Gemalto (with Anglia)

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@Gemalto gemalto.com Table 8

Heriot-Watt University

Higgs Centre for Innovation

Honeywell Sense & Control (with Anglia)

@STFC_B2B @RoyalObs roe.ac.uk/higgscentre/ Table 30

@honeywell sensing.honeywell.com Table 13

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@HeriotWattUni hw.ac.uk Table 23


iOpt

JT

@IoPTassets ioptassets.com Table 24

@jt_business jtglobal.com Table 19

M2M Cloud

MaaS Scotland

@m2m_cloud m2mcloud.com Table 27

@MaaSScotland maas-scotland.com Table 32

Augmented Reality | Prototypes & Projects

Mozenix (with Waracle)

Murata (with Anglia)

@MozenixUK mozenix.com Table 1

@MurataEurope murata.com Table 15

Omron

R3-IoT (with Tontine)

components.omron.eu Table 26

@R3_IoT R3-iot.com Table 31

Renesas (with Anglia)

Replicade

@Renesas_Europe renesas.com Table 3

@ReplicadeLtd replicade.com Table 39

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Samsung ARTIK (with Anglia)

Scottish Enterprise R&D Grants

@SamsungARTIK artik.io Table 14

@scotent scottish-enterprise.com CENSIS information desk

Sensational Systems

Smart Compliance

@sensationalsys sensational.systems Table 33

@smart_CO1 smart-compliance.co.uk Table 21

SmartRural.Coop

Solid State Supplies

@phlindop smartrural.coop Table 36

@SSSplc sssltd.com Table 5

SP Technology

STMicroelectronics (with Anglia)

@SP_TechnologyUK sptechnology.co.uk Table 20

@ST_World st.com Table 17

Tontine Glasgow (with FUEL and R3-IoT) @tontineglasgow tontineglasgow.co.uk Table 31

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University of Glasgow (BEST Research Group) @BEST_UOFG gla.ac.uk/best Table 29

@RavinderSDahiya


VARTA Microbattery (with Anglia) varta-microbattery.com Table 16

Waracle (with Mozenix) @WaracleUK waracle.com Table 1

Wideblue @wideblue_design wide-blue.com Table 6

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