San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This event is a joint event by Women in Sustainable Construction & Property, the UK Business Council for Sustainable Development and The Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment. The event is sponsored by aql and there is opportunity to network afterwards.
Presenter 1: Stuart Hyde, aql Ambassador for Yorkshire and Humberside CiSP
Stuart's Biog: Stuart is a retired and highly experienced Chief Police Officer (30 years police service) and now Director and consultant. He has a vast array of skills at executive level particularly within Law Enforcement and the public sector and has led many UK national initiatives including the creation of CEOP and helping to drive ActionFraud. He is Vice President of the High Tech Crime Consortium an online community of over 1400 cyber investigators and is a member of the Europol Internet Security Board. He was awarded the Queens Police Medal and an Honorary Doctorate in Technology for his engagement in Cybercrime reduction. He is now also the aql Ambassador for the development of Cyber-security Information Sharing Partnership (CiSP) in Yorkshire Humberside CiSP.
Presentation Title by Stuart: How much cybercrime is there?
Presenter 2: Helen Gibson - Researcher at Centric
Helen's Biog: Helen is a researcher within The Centre of Excellence in Terrorism, Resillience, Intelligence and Organised Crime Research) and a Lecturer in Computer Science at Sheffield Hallam University. Helen has a phD from Northumbria Unviersity and her main interests lie in the areas of data analysis and visualisation across a ranage of domains.
Presenter 3 : Brian Ablett – Independent Consultant and Chartered Surveyor
Brian's Biog: Brian is one of the very few Chartered Surveyors working on smart cities interest. He was a founding member of the Leeds Council team (of two!) and sought new ideas and ways for the Council to begin to develop smart cities thinking and actions. early work included, with others, helping to get the Leeds Data Mill, the Open Data sets from the private sector. Brian continued to support the LDM but increasingly found new ways to include opportunities into the Built Environment. The Council's new social housing will include electric vehicle charging points but later houses will aslo be close to Passivhaus standardss. New thinking came into commercial property opportunities. Brian is pursuing new thoughts and is engaged with the RICS, Building Research Establishment, Northumbria University and the Government's BIM Task Force.
Presentation by Brian: Robots and the City
When & Where
Women in Sustainable Construction and Property
WSCP is a networking group with an agenda.
- To gather and disseminate knowledge on sustainability issues in construction and property.
- To build an inclusive multi-disciplinary networking environment, supporting professional development, collaboration and mentorship.
- To promote corporate responsibility, equality and diversity within the built environment industry.