Smart technology in the spotlight at Cambridge Cleantech summit
The hot issues in the world of CleanTech, including global growth opportunities, plus new technologies for future smart cities will be in sharp focus at the 3rd annual Cambridge Cleantech conference next month.
Keynote speakers include Professor Andy Neely, the new pro-vice chancellor for enterprise at the University of Cambridge; Bee Hayes-Thakore, the new director of marketing programmes for the Internet of Things at ARM; and Ed King, who oversees marketing at the United Nations Climate Change events, Conference of the Parties (COP) meetings.
There will also be a session on the new technologies for the smart cities of the future and an outlook on international opportunities in the CleanTech sector, before match-making between innovators in the sector and innovation hungry corporates, Xylem and Johnson Matthey.
Martin Garratt, CEO at Cambridge Cleantech said: “We are now in our third year of this successful conference which attracts 200 of the foremost thought leaders, business innovators and corporates from the UK and across the globe.
“We have an inspirational line up of speakers, ample time for networking and a chance for innovators to meet with corporates and share ideas for cleantech product developments.”
The Cambridge Cleantech Annual Conference is being held at The Trinity Centre, Cambridge Science Park on Thursday July 6. Visit www.cambridgecleantech.org.uk for more details.
• PHOTOGRAPH SHOWS: Professor Andy Neely