The event, which takes place on November 2nd at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, is expected to attract over 400 delegates from industry, academia and the Public Sector.
CENSIS is the industry-led Innovation Centre for Sensor and Imaging Systems and plays a key part in the developing innovation landscape in Scotland. It is part of the wider Innovation Centres network; a programme designed to accelerate technological advances by forging new collaborations between industry and Scotland’s world-leading researchers.
The Conference will explore innovation, transformation and value creation in sensor and imaging systems, including new business models that are driving economic, social and environmental changes. Presentation sessions will be delivered by key industry experts, including Prof Muffy Calder, VP & Principal of the College of Science and Engineering, University of Glasgow and Quadrio Alves, VP & Global Future Cities Leader, CGI.
Delegates can meet with experts from the Boston Networks team throughout the exhibition and networking session to find out about the open, secure, carrier-grade networks being deploying to support Smart Buildings, Smart Cities and Smart Communities to drive economic, social and environmental change.
The event will be chaired by BBC Scotland’s Science correspondent, Ken MacDonald, with opening remarks from Prof Mike McShane of Texas A&M University and President of the IEEE Sensors Council.
Places are filling up fast, to register visit the event website