Here are a few photos from the live launch of the Apollo Protocol white paper on 25 October.
The launch also included news of the InnovateUK funded programme of Hacks we are running over the next few months. Read on for links and more info:
Fergus Harradence (BEIS) endorsing the Apollo Protocol in front of a slide showing the stakeholders.
John Patsavellas cautioning us about data for the sake of it.
Richard Robinson describing the Construction Leadership Council's vision for the future and endorsing the Apollo Protocol.
Austin Cook of BAE Systems gave a fascinating insight into the limitations even such an advanced manufacturer is grappling with, and describing their Factory of The Future project.
A ripple of amusement runs through the audience when Miranda Sharp mentions that "everyone thinks we should share data but not their particular data at this particular time".
@David Wagg has just been appointed one of the leads on the infrastructure arm of the pan-UK Turing Research and Innovation Cluster.
@Jonathan Eyre and @Neil Thompson announce the InnovateUK funded Hack sessions. Read more about the first ones and sign up here: https://engx.theiet.org/b/blogs/posts/digital-twins-apollo-protocol-value-hack
Maria Shiao asks a question from the floor.
Chair @Rab Scott kept us entertained!
Post event drinks and networking
Want to watch the live launch? You can do so here:
Want to come to the Hacks? Find out more here: https://engx.theiet.org/b/blogs/posts/digital-twins-apollo-protocol-value-hack
Want to keep in touch? Join the Apollo Protocol Network here: