Future World Symposium has secured the participation of the government’s Number
10 Policy Unit for its 2012 event. The unit’s business and
enterprise member, Tim Luke, will open the two-day event at Wembley on
technology innovation and implementation.
John Moor of Future World Symposium said: “Electronic systems technology
and the innovation it enables delivers so many economic benefits to
society and Britain’s economy. This is an area where the UK quietly
excels and can continue to grow given the right environment.
Governmental policy has a key role to play in fostering such an
environment and we’re delighted to welcome Tim to share his insight and
open the Future World Symposium.”
Taking part at Wembley Stadium on the 24th and 25th
April, Future World Symposium is a conference and showcase that unveils
the paths of global technological innovation.
Now in its second year, the event examines emerging trends and
opportunities for the future automotive, eHealth, connected home and
mobile consumer sectors. A series of persuasive talks will be given by
industry leaders, analysts and researchers with additional panel debates
led by analysts and industry experts.
Organisers have confirmed senior speakers from: ADI,
Land Rover, McLaren
Electronic Systems, Microsoft,
More information can be found at www.nmi.org.uk