Smart cities smart homes programme at giant health 2020 | GIANT Health Event 2020

Smart cities smart homes programme at giant health 2020

ACT-Smart™
Connected cities & homes, promoting health, innovation and job creation
Conference ACTION Now™, Exhibition ACTION Village & ACTION Hackathon
in partnership with
GIANT™ 10-11 Nov’20, Excel Centre, Lon, UK

 
‘A unique action driven, integrated event – NOT just a talking shop to the converted.
Future Care with director Andrew Cowen as ‘thought leader’, is curating this event. Over the two days, the event will focus on four ‘ACTION Now™’ conference themes. Each 2­–2½ hour ACTION Now™ session will address the challenges of implementing multi-stakeholder, smart-city health services. The hackathon will feed into these challenges, while the Exhibition Action Village provides opportunities for public and private sector organisation to provide informative and hands on events including: Workshops, Investor 1-2-1’s & critic clinics, Career focuses, Co-Design Sprints et al…
To ensure this event is NOT a talking shop, the overall objective is for each ACTION Now™ session to result in the panellists and selected decision-maker representatives in the audience forming a cohort and taking ownership and bringing the agreed actions to fruition. Decision engagement software will enable panellists and audience to register, real-time commitment, taking ownership of initiatives and next actions in addressing each of the ACTION Now™ themes.
These are some of the thems which we are looking into but still in the ACTION Now™ planning stage:
  • U-OK™ - addressing barriers to market in using utilities data to provide non-invasive monitoring and prediction of health and wellness in the home.

  • ‘Public Sector Barriers’ deep-dive into the behavioural and cultural challenges hindering the implementation of smart home and city health initiatives and adoption.

  • Insurance health and wellness in the smart city, homes and workplace.

  • FALLS Predict™ - a true smart city health solution predicting falls in the home and city regardless of age, location or peripatetic employee’s health and safety challenges. FALLS Predict™ uses extensive real-time, historic and IoT data sets, AI & ML analysis and visualisation to facilitate predictive actions in response to live circumstances and introduction of new ways of working.

  • The Business Case – approaches to funding/finance/RoI, social impact measurement, shared ‘saving/benefits’ across multi-public sector stakeholders, business models, legal/IP.
If you are interested in taking part please Contact Us