We are pleased to announce the IoT Regional Forum is coming to Copenhagen, Denmark on June 9, 2016.
This event is an extension of the exclusive IoT World Forum recently held in Dubai, with over 2,000 attendees participating. The IoT World Forum and its regional editions bring together the world´s industry leaders that shape the Internet of Things. We look forward to the IoT Regional Forum that is ahead of us: Copenhagen will become the European capital of innovation and digitization for the day.
The IoT Regional Forum, Copenhagen is all set to bring together the IoT Community to engage, share thoughts and collaborate with one another. Throughout the day you will hear from Senior Cisco thought leaders, industry experts and partners with proven case studies who will join us to discuss topics such as IoT in transport and logistics, city & street digitization, smart and sustainable offices, focusing on the recently launched Digital Ceiling solution.
Don’t miss out - Put this date in your diary and register today
This IoT Regional Forum, builds on the conversation started at the Greater Copenhagen - Smart Solutions Event taking place on June 7 and 8. For more information regarding this event please click here.
Registration is now closed, if you have any question please contact Nana Masiero, [email protected].
|08:30 – 09:15||Registration|
|09:15 – 09:30||Welcome||Host: Bas Boorsma, Director, Internet of Everything, North Europe, Cisco|
|09:30 - 10:45||Opening Session||Anil Menon, Global President, Smart+Connected Communities, Cisco
Bernd Heinrichs, Managing Director IOE EMEAR & openBerlin Innovation Center, Cisco
Peter Karlstromer, SVP North Europe, Cisco
Moderator: Bas Boorsma, Director, Internet of Everything, North Europe, Cisco
|10:45 - 11:00||Networking Break|
|11:00 - 11:45||The IoT and the Service Provider – the TDC Strategy||Kathrine Forsberg, Senior Vice President at TDC A/S, Denmark|
|11:45 - 12:30||Connecting IoT - Ericsson Keynote||Lars Nielsen CTO Industry & Society, Ericsson Northern Europe and Central Asia|
|12:30 - 13:30||Lunch|
|13:30 - 13:45||Managing the Smart City “Fire Side Chat”||Munish Khetrapal, Managing Director, for Solutions, S+CC, Cisco|
|13:45 - 14:15||Intel Keynote||Eric Levander, Director Telecom Infrastructure, Europe Middle East & Africa, General Manager, Intel Sweden|
|14:15 - 15:00||Digital Ceiling||John Baekelmans, CTO, Internet of Everything Solutions Group, Cisco|
|15:00 - 15:15||Networking Break|
|15:15 - 16:45||Breakout Session 1 : Transportation/Logistics||Christian Poulsen, Vice President, Assets and Technology Technical Director & CIO, Copenhagen Airports A/S
Rolf van de Velde, CEO, Undagrid
Moderator: Bernd Heinrichs, Managing Director IOE EMEAR & openBerlin Innovation Center, Cisco
|Breakout Session 2: City Digitization||Niels Carsten Bluhme, Technical Director, Albertslund Municipality
Rasmus Bertelsen, Special Advisor, Street Lab, the City of Copenhagen’s public-private innovation partnership with Cisco, TDC and Citelum
Robert Rosier, CTO, Change =, Amsterdam
Craig McAllister, Division Director, Whitehelm Capital
Moderator: Bas Boorsma, Director, Internet of Everything, North Europe, Cisco
|Breakout Session 3: Digital Ceiling (deep dive)||John Baekelmans, CTO, Internet of Everything Solutions Group, Cisco
Onno Willemse, Business Leader Connected Lighting, and Global Director Marketing, Philips Lighting
Lee Funnell, EMEA Technical Manager, Siemon EMEA
Jeroen van Meel, Sales Manager Industry & IoT for the Netherlands, Axians
Jake Butterbaugh, Cisco
|Breakout Session 4: Managing the Smart City: City Digital Platform||Munish Khetrapal, Managing Director, for Solutions, S+CC, Cisco|
|16:45 - 17:00||Closing||Bas Boorsma, Director, Internet of Everything, North Europe, Cisco|
|17:00 - 18:00||Farewell Drinks & Canapes|
|17:45 - 19:15||The DOLL tour
In the suburbs of Copenhagen, an industry park has become Europe’s foremost arena for manufacturers and suppliers to present and test the newest lighting and Smart City solutions. DOLL, Danish Outdoor Lighting Lab, is Europe’s most advanced showroom and lab for outdoor lighting and Smart City solutions. Since its opening in September 2014, DOLL Living Lab has showed the industry’s newest solutions in a full scale real-life urban environment. The role of DOLL is primarily to support decision makers and city planners when deciding on outdoor lighting and Smart City solutions. Secondly to enable private providers of urban infrastructure, components and services to demonstrate and test new technologies and solutions in a 1:1 scale environment.
|Hosts: Kim Brostroem, Head of Technology, DOLL & Bas Boorsma, Director, Internet of Everything, North Europe, Cisco|
|17:00 – 19:00||Copenhagen Street Lab tour
Street Lab is Copenhagen’s test area for Smart City solutions in real urban space based on the award-winning world best smart city concept Copenhagen Connecting. It will be a showcase for the newest technologies within Smart City and IoT, to demonstrate the potential in these technologies to citizens, decision-makers and companies, and provide a proof of concept for scaling the qualified solutions to larger parts of the city, as well as to other cities in the region, nationally and abroad.
The tour in Street Lab will take participants around the Living Lab in the heart of Copenhagen for a live demonstration with local experts on Smart City infrastructure, sensing the city, interaction and participation with smart citizens, public-private innovation partnerships and fabrication laboratories.
|Host: Bas Boorsma, Director, Internet of Everything, North Europe, Cisco|
As global president of the Smart+Connected Communities (S+CC) initiative at Cisco, Anil Menon is responsible for the vision and strategy for S+CC, which focuses on deploying digital technologies in cities globally to transform the delivery of urban services—lighting, parking, and traffic management; water and waste management; healthcare and education; safety and security—and make cities more efficient, sustainable and livable.
Anil drives worldwide sales, transformative partnerships and investments, as well as the development of the portfolio of technology solutions for this important new Cisco business vertical. Anil is also responsible for the Cisco Country Transformation Acceleration initiatives in Russia, South Korea, Israel, France, Indonesia, United Arab Emirates, and India.
Anil chairs the Cisco India Advisory Board, which comprises Indian senior corporate executives and former government bureaucrats who advise and collaborate with Cisco to help drive growth for Cisco India. He co-chairs the World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Agenda Council (GAC) on the Future of Cities and is also a member of GAC Future of Health. Anil is also chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce’s Consortium of US companies for Smart Cities in India.
Prior to joining Cisco, Anil was corporate vice president of strategy in Growth Markets at IBM, where he also held other critical global strategy, product management and marketing roles, including an appointment by the CEO to serve on the IBM Strategy team.
Anil currently serves on the board of directors for the Center for Customer Insights at the Yale University School of Management and is on the advisory board for the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School. He is also a member of the Board of Governors for the Manipal University TM Pai Management Institute.
Anil served as a Sony fellow in Business Strategy and Innovation with Sony Corporation, served on the advisory board for Coca-Cola’s Fizzion technology incubator, and consulted extensively with senior management of many other global companies in the areas of strategy and innovation.
Anil, who holds a Ph.D. in marketing and statistics, was on the graduate faculty in marketing at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia (US) and headed its marketing department. He has also served on the executive committee of the Council on Strategic Planning at the Strategy Planning Institute, an international business think tank originating from the Harvard Business School.
Anil currently lives in Bangalore, India with his family as part of an international assignment.
Eric joined Intel in 1996 and is based in Intel’s Swedish site in Kista.
In his current role he is responsible for Intel’s strategic direction and operational engagements on the Telecom Infrastructure market. He leads the direct OEM engagement in Europe and leads the EMEA segment staff bringing together all Intel capabilities for the telecom industry.
Eric is also heads up the newly opened Intel site in Kista, which hosts a wide set of activities including sales & marketing, software & silicon development and support functions
Eric has held a variety of international positions within Intel’s Sales and Marketing Group. Starting as a field sales engineer he moved on to Nordic channel manager and later European field marketing manager. Prior to taking on his current role he was leading Intel’s global engagement with Ericsson & Sony Ericsson.
Eric holds two business degrees, from Linköping and Stockholm University, and has completed management programs at INSEAD, Paris and Darden School of Business Administration, Virginia.
Karlstromer is responsible for Cisco’s Sales and Services business in Northern Europe and is a member of the EMEAR leadership team.
Peter has 20 years of experience from the IT and technology industry. He started his career in R&D and early transitioned to the business aspects of technology.
Karlstromer is very focused on delivering value to his customers. He well understands and appreciates business problems and how technology delivers value and contributes to building successful companies.
He has a unique international experience and has a distinguished track record from work in Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia.
In his current role as the leader of Cisco’s business in Northern Europe he is together with his team working closely with customers and partners to deliver Cisco’s solutions addressing customers business problems and building infrastructure that are helping some of the most advanced IT economies to stay in the forefront of technology and productivity.
Peter holds a Master of Science degree in telecommunications and computer engineering as well as a Master degree in finance and business administration from Lund University in Sweden.
On his free time he enjoys outdoor life and spending time with his friends and family. Peter is married and has two children.
Lars is CTO in Ericsson’s Customer Unit Industry & Society. He is responsible for leading the Customer Unit's overall technological strategy and execution.
His special focus is emerging technologies like IoT, market opportunities, innovation and strategic partnerships. He also frequently gives lecturers on future technology within the broad field of communication.
Lars has held various positions within Ericsson, among them Sales Director and Product Marketing Director. He has been extensively involved with most products across the entire Ericsson product portfolio.
Prior to joining Ericsson, he was CEO and co-founder of a software development company, specializing in 3D computer graphics.
Lars holds a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the Technical University of Denmark and a Bachelor’s degree in Business from Copenhagen Business School. He is based in Ericsson’s Copenhagen headquarter since joining Ericsson in 1998.
As responsible for the public market at TDC A/S in Denmark, Kathrine has been responsible for the development and implementation of various Smart City solutions. Before joining TDC A/S in 2011, Kathrine worked at Cisco also responsible for solution development for the European public market.
Kathrine holds an Master in Economics and a MBA from Copenhagen Business School.
John Baekelmans is Chief Technology Officer inside Cisco’s Internet of Things Solutions group and is currently driving a new, global business around the ‘Digital Ceiling’ which will revolutionize the Smart Building space.
John has spent 21 years at Cisco where he held various leadership positions within Engineering, Services and the M&A departments and has authored numerous US and European patents. John was also the co-founder of a Belgian residential solutions startup called Fifthplay. Before joining Cisco, John designed, implemented and operated large PBX-networks at Siemens.
John obtained a Masters degree in Computer Science from the University of Antwerp, Belgium and is a former Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE). In his spare time, he is engaged in Belgium’s National fast response rescue team to assist in global disasters and also leads Cisco’s Disaster Response team for EMEAR. He loves to ski, is an advanced scuba diver and currently lives in London.
Niels Carsten Bluhme has since 2003 been Area Director in the Municipality of Albertslund (Copenhagen Metropolitan Area).
During this time Albertslund Municipality has achieved a number of prices for its front runner position within the environment such as appointed as "Nordic Energy Municipality 2011". He has taking lead of several national initiatives, tripple helix networks and advisory boards related to green transition, such as
He was earlier the owner and CEO of an international consultancy within construction, environment and energy and he has 25 years of working experience participating in a wide range of projects in Europe, Asia and Africa.
Bas Boorsma currently serves as Cisco's Internet of Everything leader in North Europe. He is also a member of Cisco's global IoE for Cities team. Bas has a rich background as an Internet of Everything for Cities specialist. In that capacity he has managed a portfolio of smart city endeavors globally. Bas has coordinated and overseen the implementation of innovative projects and programs that address the ways we work, live, consume, play, learn and deliver within the context of cities. Typical innovations delivered or currently being worked on include Smart Light, Smart mobility solutions, Smart Work Centers, Ecomap, Personal Travel Assistant, Learning Hubs, Smart Ports, high end broadband deployment as well as the architectures and service models that will help drive the Internet of Everything at large.
Jake Butterbaugh leads global sales and go-to-market strategies for Cisco’s Energy & Asset Management solutions, an integral subset of Cisco’s Data Analytics and IoT practices. As part of this role, he and his team are responsible for driving sales incubation and cross-Cisco team collaboration to enable new revenue streams from our software platform as foundational elements of our customers’ digital transformation, IoT and data analytics strategies. This team is also responsible for working with our key partners in this space to drive growth and scale.
Jake has over 15 years of experience in bringing new, innovative technologies to market and has earned a reputation for delivering impactful software solutions to new markets. He is passionate about the role technology can play to transform the lives and businesses of our customers and he recognizes the opportunities for Cisco as we transition to the next generation of outcome enabling software solutions sales.
Jake joined Cisco in 2008 in the Cloud & Managed Services team, where he helped to build Cisco’s Cloud / Hosted Collaboration global strategies. Jake joined Cisco from EMC, where he was the lead client partner for several key US Telecom, Media and Entertainment clients. Prior to EMC, he worked at Accenture and BusinessEdge Solutions, where he focused on consultative customer relationships to deliver business outcomes.
Lee Funnell has worked in the telecommunications industry for over 20 years, employed by major manufacturers in free space optics and structured cabling, before joining Siemon as the technical manager for EMEA in 2007. Lee is currently a Director of the Fibre optics Industry Association the Data Centre Alliance and a council member of the Intelligent Buildings Group.
Bernd Heinrichs is Managing Director Internet of Everything Sales and responsible for Cisco's Innovation centers in EMEAR since August 2013.
In October 2015 he opened the Innovation Center openBerlin in Berlin. The focus here is on Manufacturing and Transportation/logistics solutions. The idea behind the Innovation centers is to drive new developments forward for the global market, in cooperation with a strong external ECO System.
Bernd Heinrichs has over 20 years of professional experience in the high tech communications market. After managing several engineering projects for Ericsson, he moved to Cisco in July 1996, where he was active in different Sales, Technology, Marketing, M&A and Investment Leadership roles.
Munish Khetrapal has 22 years of experience in the ICT industry and has diverse experience in GTM, Consulting and building Solutions for technology, services and software.
He is currently the Managing Director, for Solutions, S+CC working with Cisco Systems based out of San Jose. His responsibility involves building and managing technology based solutions that help to address opportunities in cities, enterprise workspaces and residential homes.
He has led transformational projects, joint ventures, PPP and driven key investments to develop new GTM capabilities for Cisco in industry solutions and cloud based offerings. He has been working with Cisco Systems since 1998 across leadership roles in Enterprise and Service Provider business.
Prior to joining Cisco he has worked in IBM Global Services and Digital Equipment Corporation in Services and Software organisations. Munish Khetrapal holds a MBA at University of Chicago (GSB now Booth School of Business).
Craig is a senior member of the direct investment acquisition and management team, with experience in assessing transactions and investments across Europe, the Americas and Australia. Craig’s sector experience covers regulated and merchant water, electricity and gas transmission and distribution, chemical and fuel storage, ports, airports, merchant energy, renewable energy, communications infrastructure, motorway services, airport services, media and gaming. Previously, Craig held positions within the infrastructure advisory and funds management teams of Macquarie in London and also in the energy and utilities team of Charles River Associates.
Responsible for the operation, construction and business development of Copenhagen Airports entire 10 bn DKK infrastructure in Copenhagen and Roskilde airports.
The infrastructure spans across 17 km2 land, 3 km2 runways / traffic-ways, 550.000 m2 buildings / terminals / Hotel / Hangars, all operational technology equipment and more than 200 IT systems in 3 data centers.
Member of executive Leaderteam, Project Board Portfolio Management and Aerodrome management.
Heads Assets & Technology business unit with 475 FTE’s, 300 MDKK EBITDA and more than 450 active projects.
Robert Rosier is heading up the Technology and Innovation division of the Change= Organisation. Change= is currently developing state-of-the-art Smart IoT buildings in the city centre of Amsterdam and other major cities, providing affordable housing for working young professionals in the age of 18-30 years. Change= has a roadmap for developing 10.000+ apartments in 20 building in the next 5 years, all based on an innovative micro-living concept. This generation is demanding smart solutions which are connected to the world and based on living-as-a-service concept. Besides his role as CTO for Change=, Robert is also managing his own company TPEX International, specialized in unified conferencing & events productions for large enterprise customers around the world.
As seasoned entrepreneur Rolf has over twenty years of experience in creating new business, general management and enhancing sales. As a student, he started his first tech company in 1994, selling this business in 1998. Rolf has also co-founded the company Technocon, which focuses on telematics track and trace solutions based on location based services, nowadays called Connected Cars. Technocon introduced one of Europe's first cloud platforms for vehicles and has worked for partners as Heineken, Audi and G4S.
In 2013, Rolf co-founded Undagrid and acts as CEO of the company. Undagrid delivers IoT network and sensor technology, ultra low on power and with seamless indoor and outdoor positioning capabilities.
Due to his natural initiating role and extensive work background, Rolf is a leading team member of Undagrid. Together with his long experience in entrepreneurship, pragmatic approach towards business challenges and strong connections in the M2M and IoT business, Undagrid is able to commercialise its solutions, with a focus on value creation. Rolf is also a mentor at Startupbootcamp and appointed startup coach.
Onno Willemse has gained over the past 17 years all round experience in Lighting, with leadership roles in Innovation, Manufacturing, Product Marketing, Sales, Strategy and Systems and Service business. Most of the roles were in business to business environments with objectives to master large international projects for corporate multinational key account.
Recently he developed with his team the connected lighting value proposition with Power over Ethernet technology as key enabler to drive Internet of Everything into the Lighting domain. The solution delivers a scalable and adaptable information platform for building owners and service providers. Through this approach Lighting becomes a pathway for information and services for global customers and partners of Philips.
Onno’s entrepreneurial leadership helped the company to converge to a systems and service business model. Most recently (December 2015) he realized the partnership between Cisco and Philips Lighting to accelerate the IoT in Lighting (for Lighting as a Service business model).
Prior to Philips, Onno worked for Shell and obtained a MSC degree at the Delft University of Technology and completed various business courses at international business schools (a.o. Insead, Ashridge)
Jeroen van Meel, Sales Manager Industry & IoT for the Netherlands. 37 years old and have been working with Axians for 8 years. Last two years developing usecases for Smart Grids, Smart Cities and Smart Buildings.
One of the subjects in our Smart Building practice is the Digital Ceiling, we believe that the future business ceiling will provide more than just cabling. The building is rapidly transforming to a full service platform to provide building and ICT services via one integrated infrastructure. Camera’s, LED lighting, HVAC, access control and coffee machines will be connected via IP and connected to the building automation systems. We also believe laptops and IT peripherals will be connected via the IP connected Ceiling and wall outlets. In this session we will present our best practices, the ecopartnership in the building space, how to approach building automation projects.