Brighton IoT Meetup: The Smart Connected Home
According to Markets & Markets, the global value of the Smart Homes market could be worth US$122 Billion dollars by 2022. Products can be broadly categorised in terms of lighting control, security & access control, HVAC control, entertainment & controls, home healthcare, and smart kitchens. Businesses in the Greater Brighton and mid-Sussex area are well placed to tap into this growing market.
This session will explore the Innovation aspects of Smart Homes, then in a future session, will dive into the technology and security issues.
- Roberto Hortal (Head of Connected Homes at EDF Energy): will talk about the work done by EDF Innovation Labs
- Philip Steele (founder and CEO of nCube) will talk about the challenges of launching a startup business in this space
- Claire Potter - runs her own design consultancy in Brighton and teaches Design part-time at Sussex University. She will have some interesting things to say about Smart Homes and sustainability.
- Andrew Crawford will talk about the Bote Project and its relevance to Smart Homes
Doors open at 6:00pm for refreshments and networking. First speaker will take the stage at 06:30pm and we will finish at around 9:00pm. There will an interval of about 30 minutes midway.
Venue: The FuseBox, Unit D-E, Level 4, New England House, New England Street, Brighton
The Fusebox is just a 10 minute walk from Brighton Station. If travelling by bus, get off near Preston Circus and walk the short distance to the venue. The nearest car park is in Providence Place (at the rear of the Fusebox ).
If you want to reserve your place, book here.