Join a complimentary webinar on 20 October which will explore the rollout and adoption of IoT networks and platforms within the public sector.
The Internet of Things (IoT) market is experiencing unprecedented growth, with the demand for accurate data collected by connected devices, such as sensors and wearables set to continue. Already there are examples of where the public sector seeing first-hand the potential of such technologies in areas such as digital health, and environmental monitoring.
However, for many within the sector, it is still a case of where to start.
To gain a deeper understanding of the opportunities and barriers within the sector, CENSIS, North and Krucial (formely R3-IoT) commissioned research earlier this year into the rollout and adoption of IoT networks and platforms by the public sector in Scotland.
Unlocking the Potential of the Internet of Things: Research Report Findings
Join us at 2pm on 20 October for an informative webinar on the main research report findings directly from the authors, award-winning telecoms and smart-city consultants, Intelligens Consulting – supported with real case studies to help local authorities overcome deployment barriers and to accelerate the rollout and adoption of IoT networks and platforms. Register your seat here.
What you will learn
With a focus on IoT in the public sector – in particular, how local authorities can use IoT to strengthen council services while reducing costs and increasing productivity – presenters will explore the incorporation of IoT as part of a wider smart place/smart city strategy.
Attendees will gain insight into how to accelerate the roll out of IoT solutions and the methods that can be used to reduce risk, up-skill, lower costs, increase productivity and manage change, while identifying procurement strategies to source private partners to deliver IoT solutions.
Who should attend?
- Heads of IT services within a local authority
- Those working in economic development and looking to attract private investment
- Heads of Services eager to deliver better offerings to customers a lower cost
- Chief Execs of local authorities in need of guidance as to how they can make their local community ‘smart’
Iain Stewart MP, Under-Secretary of State for Scotland will open the webinar with a keynote,. Webinar presenters include:
- Iqbal Singh Bedi, Founder of Intelligens Consulting
- Alasdair Rettie, Group Technical Director at North
- Stephen Milne, Business Development Manager at CENSIS
- Allan Cannon, Co-founder and CEO of Krucial
How to register
Simply register here to reserve your seat at the webinar.
If you are unable to attend the live webinar
If you can’t make it on the 20th October, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you a webinar recording to watch at a more suitable time.