28.10.14

Cambridge Investment Research Announces Smart Homes Dinner & Roundtable

AUTHOR: HiddenWires

The exciting Smart Homes Dinner & Roundtable at King's College, Cambridge, on November 3rd - the eighth annual event in this programme - ...

The exciting Smart Homes Dinner & Roundtable at King's College, Cambridge, on November 3rd - the eighth annual event in this programme - discusses three key applications: health, energy and security. Those attending the evening session and dinner will update on market timing and readiness for the smart home. At the recent Smart Systems Summit, speakers covered a range of business sectors from smart systems in Formula 1 racing to sustainable transport; from digital healthcare to smart grids; from search engines for "Things" to Cities. The focus is now smart homes. Who is attending? Join AlertMe, Sentec, EON, Cambridge Silicon Radio, Honeywell CTO, Cambridge & County Developments, THSL, DoCoBo, DECC, Energeno, Cambridge University, Cambridge Investment Research, Page White, Acacia Capital, analysts, experts and decision-makers seeking to discuss smart homes segments Health, Security and Energy Management in this beautiful setting with pleasant dining. At the exciting, end-of-year Smart Homes Roundtable & Dinner at King's College, Cambridge, the 8th annual event in this series by Cambridge Investment Research, those attending may discuss: Market timing and readiness for the smart home: maturity models Creating a market environment for investment and innovation in smart homes Killer applications The role of small innovative technology companies (& the established ones) How to get connectivity in every room!! Ensuring open interoperability and security/resilience/privacy What home services do citizens and householders want How can businesses use this new technologies to create new service/become more efficient CIR would be delighted for you to take one of the few remaining places at this seated dinner round at King's College, Cambridge. You can do so at: www.hvm-uk.com/smarthomes2014