TECHX15 - Technology Expo and Conference 2015

TechX 15 Technology Expo and Conference London April 2015



   16 - 17 April 2015



With tech evangelist Robert Scoble, Enchanted Objects author David Rose, F1 legend Sir Stirling Moss, Professor Viktor Mayer-Schonberger, and founder of MIT's SENSEable City Lab Carlo Ratti confirmed, can you afford to miss this >>



Robert Scoble  -  David Rose  -  Prof. Carlo Ratt i -  Prof. Viktor Mayer-Schonberger



The Internet of Everything - As the IoT is a $19 trillion global opportunity over the next decade, no business is safe. Technology giants, innovative start-ups and end users from across all industries will provide real, practical case studies on IoT implementation across ten of our core subject areas. Is your industry on board? >>

Submissions Accepted - We're not the only ones with great ideas, we'd love to hear yours too. The TECHX15 call for content has launched. Got something great to talk about? >>





09:00 - Chairman’s Address

09:10 - “The Age of Context”: sensors, data and the Internet of Everything
Mr Robert Scoble, Author, Age of Context

09:50 - “Senseable Cities” and networked societies
Prof Carlo Ratti, Director, SENSEable City Laboratory, MIT SENSEable City Lab

10:30 - Diamond Keynote


11:30 - Why the Internet of Things will transform how you think about your product

11:50 - Monetising the Internet of Things: what lessons can be learnt from smart metering strategies

12:10 - Home & Energy Case Study

12:30 - Home & Energy Roundtables



16:15 - Chairman's Remarks

16:20 - Information Privacy: Memory and Forgetting in the Digital Age
Viktor Mayer-Schönberger, Professor, Big Data: A Revolution

17:00 - Driving success with sensors, data and real-time decision-making

17:40 - Diamond Keynote





09:00 - Chairman’s Address

09:10 - Partnership over Proprietary: Why the Internet of Things Demands Collaboration
Mr David Rose

09:50 - The New Vanguard for Business: Connectivity, Design, and the Internet of Things
Mr David Rose, Author, Enchanted Objects

10:30 - Diamond Keynote



14:00 - What is the scale of the business opportunity offered the connected car platform for services?

14:20 - How can the transport industry’s lessons in asset performance across systems be applied across sectors?

14:40 - Cars & Travel Case Study

15:00 - Cars & Travel Roundtables





Based in the City and Central London, the BDC is located 10 minutes from Kings Cross St. Pancras International and a short walk from Angel tube station, the Business Design Centre is one of London’s most popular conference and exhibition venues. The BDC handles over 300 events a year. 

FOUNDING - The Business Design Centre Group (BDC Group) was founded in 1954. Today it is still a majority-owned family business, chaired by Jack Morris, the youngest of five brothers. The Group's activities include operation of the Business Design Centre (BDC) formerly the famous Victorian Islington landmark, the Royal Agricultural Hall or 'The Aggie'. 'The Aggie' was re-branded as the Business Design Centre (BDC) and became Europe's first integrated Trade and Exhibition Centre. 

Sam Morris (founder of the BDC Group) rescued the building from demolition in 1984. In 1986, after a dramatic re-development, the building re-opened, combining the American concept of the Trade Mart with the building's historic role as an exhibition centre.




Business Design Centre
52 Upper Street
London N1 0QH
Tel: 020 7288 6272 

General Enquiries (Front Desk)
Ben Pettyfer
T: 0207 288 6272

Hiring Conference Space
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