TECHSevern 2019 Conference & Exhibition

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Stay ahead of the emerging technology trends changing the landscape of today’s health, education, care and housing agendas

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Join some the world's leading academics, policy influencers and decision makers as they discuss the future of housing, technology enabled care, education, modern methods of construction, digi-health, eco and green technology. Over 800 delegates from a wide range of sectors including local government, health, business, education and housing will come together to hear experts discuss suggestions and solutions that will inspire and inform them as they prepare their 2020 budgets in this one day free event.

Technology Enabled Care

• Adapting your home to stay there longer ?

• Can technology help citizens live longer whilst shortening your costs?

• WiFI NOT spots and social isolation - what more can we do?


• Shaping the future of our children's learning techniques?

• How can the curriculum help fill the skills gap?

• School, life, balance - what does this mean?

Digi Health

• Can big data become overweight?

• Can data save the planet?

• Predict and prevent - how can data help you save costs?

Green/Eco Technology

• Can brains save the drains during global warming?

• Can it help me save time, costs and lives?

• Sustainable living - what does this mean?

Modern Methods of Construction

• The return of the MODS!

• New Builds - can you age proof them within budget?

• Stilts or underground homes? Global Warming - should we prepare?

The full programme is being created and speakers will be announced shortly. Hitachi, Amazon, Microsoft, Lego, Seeable & VRS are just some of the exhibitors who will join us in 2019. Our 2018 TECHSevern Conference & Exhibition was a great success and featured the Rt Hon Professor Paul Burstow, Maggie Philbin OBE and a host of globally renown speakers and exhibitors.

Speakers confirmed so far are:

Professor Flora Samuel : Professor of Architecture in the Built Environment, University of Reading : Published Author; Elected National Council Member and Trustee RIBA; Chair of the RIBA Research and Innovation Group; Member of the RIBA Practice and Professional and Education Committee; Member of the Architects Council of Europe Working Group on Energy; Reviewer and member of AHRC Panel B; Member of Humanities and Social Sciences Panel of Research Grants Council, Hong Kong; Founder member of ARENA European Architecture Research Network; Scientific Committee Seoul 2017 UIA Conference

Jane Briginshaw : Director, Design England : Experienced Committee Chair, Community Leader and Campaigner underpinned by a suite of skills incorporating high level communications, strategic thinking, leadership and advocacy. Major pieces of work include five years advising government ministers on Building Schools for the Future for the Department for Children, Schools and Families; five years leading design and sustainability strategy and research for the government housing and land agency the Homes and Communities Agency and chairing Design South East design reviews; an early career as practising architect and lecturer in architecture.

Helen Olsen Bedford : Joint founder and publisher of UKAuthority the prime digital communication channel to 38,000 public sector decision makers across local and central government, police, fire, health, housing and further education.

Steven Jones : Director, Sector39 Permaculture Design Academy : Steve Jones was green advisor on Channel 4’s ‘Changing Lives – Going Green’ series in 2009. He is currently directing the following programmes and splits his time between Africa and the UK where he is a sought-after speaker globally on Permaculture, Sustainable Living and Green/Eco issues.

Alex Whittles : Purple Frog, Business Intelligence Consultancy, : Founder, Alex, was honoured with the prestigious 'MVP' award in October 2015. This award is given to "exceptional technical community leaders". His work with some of the world's well known multi-nationals who between them hold the data of tens of millions of citizens globally. Bally, Millicom,Tigo, Unipart,, Strategic Thought Group who has NASA amongst its clients. Alex travels the globe regularly to talk and demonstrate his business intelligence consultancy work.

Who should attend:

Charities - Heads of Departments/Senior Managers

Charities dealing with the care of aging and vulnerable citizens, housing, education, mental health.

Digi-Health - Directors, Senior Managers, Data Controllers

Creators and owners of data companies and digi-health interest companies


Head/Deputy Head Masters, Office Managers, Heads of STEM Subjects

Health - Directors, Senior Management, Heads of Departments, Fund Managers

Hospitals, Care Homes, Hospice, Respite, CCG, Health Centres

Housing - Directors, Heads of Departments

Architects, Chartered Surveyors, Planning , Development, Regeneration

Industry - CEOs, Directors, Senior Management, Heads of Departments

All industries relating to Construction, Planning, Housing, Green/Eco Technology, Technology, Science, Education, Technology Enabled Care, Health, Care, Environment.

Why Attend?

Stay ahead of the emerging and current technology trends that are changing the landscape of today’s health, education, care, housing and environmental agenda.

Network with peers and colleagues, solution providers and decision makers.

Bring yourself up to date with the complex agenda to house and care for an increasing ageing and vulnerable population as well as educate and inspire the young innovators of tomorrow.

Gain invaluable insight into how you can meet the challenges of housing, education, health and social care within budget.

Hear from those at the forefront of these agendas, as they discuss real time projects and future projects, highlight the challenges and barriers faced.

Q&A sessions - We encourage delegates to send in any questions in writing in advance of the conference.

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