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Why attend Transport AI?

Transport AI UK will provide a one-stop shop for understanding the opportunities and challenges of AI:


  • a platform for attendees to gain insights on which AI-powered products, services and tools can deliver now to help local authorities and consultants

  • the AI development curve: how to use AI to add value by time-saving, cost-saving and automating routine tasks

  • a look ahead to coming innovation: planning an AI readiness strategy

  • understanding of the resourcing, procurement, human and ethical factors that will underpin the development and take-up of AI across the transport sector


Who you will meet

  • Transport Planning & Policy Officers

  • Traffic & Highways Engineers

  • Chief Information Officers 

  • Chief Digital Information Officers 

  • Information Technology Officers 

  • Directors for Data 

  • Directors of Digital & IT 

  • Cyber Security Officers 

  • Heads of Data 

  • Chief Data Officers 

  • Directors of Analytics

  • Data Engineers / Specialists / Analysts 

  • Security Engineers

  • Information Security Analysts

  • Data Scientists

  • Heads of Innovation 

  • Chief Innovation Officers 

  • Innovation Managers 

And many more...


23 January Programme


Registration opens


Pendulum Suite

The big issues plenary

Welcome and intro: Stuart Scott, ITS UK Chair


Chair: Martin Campbell, Associate Director, SYSTRA

What is artificial intelligence – and how is it being used for public benefit?

  • Sara El-Hanfy, Head of Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning, Innovate UK
  • Professor Gopal Ramchurn, CEO, Responsible AI UK, Professor of Artificial Intelligence & Director, UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Hub and a Turing Fellow

  • Andy Graham, Transport Technology Forum


  • Sarah Knight, Head of Organisational AI and Data Science Engagement, Advanced Analysis Division, Department for Transport

  • Alex Mindell, Head of AI and Autonomy, Department for Transport



  • Is AI safe and can we trust it?

  • How does AI apply to the transport sector?

  • What can we learn from other sectors?

  • How can we use artificial intelligence to support transport decarbonisation?

  • What is the framework for successfully implementing artificial intelligence?


Tea & Coffee served in the Pioneer Room

Tech demos in the Pioneer Room


Pendulum Suite

How AI can support decarbonisation

Chair: Chris Hillcoat, Future Mobility, KPMG


AI and new forms of data to support decarbonising transport

Tao Cheng, Founder & Director of SpaceTimeLab, University College London & Group Leader for Mobility, Science of Cities and Regions Programme, Alan Turing Institute

The role of data and artificial intelligence in achieving transport decarbonisation
Isobel Wilson, Policy Advisor – Transport Technology, CIHT

AI: decarbonisastion pathways

Keith McCabe, CEO Simplifai Systems, with Kirklees Council and University of Huddersfield

AI for decarbonisation

Stephen Haben, Senior Data Science Consultant, Energy Systems Catapult and AI Innovation for Decarbonisation's Virtual Centre of Excellence (ADViCE) 


uMove: Shaping the future of transport with AI

Iona Chandler, Partnership Manager and Simon Tricker, Co-Founder, UrbanTide

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Realising the potential of AI across key sectors

Led by Marie Hamilton, Greater Manchester Region Lead, Microsoft


How the UK is supporting AI innovation in agriculture, construction and the creative industries – and what transport professionals can learn from other sectors

Followed by panel discussion with members from:

  • Neale Ryan, Head of Land and Maritime Transport, Innovate UK

  • Sara Boswell, Centre for Sustainable Innovation, Salford 

  • Katherine Holden, Head of Data Analytics, AI and Digital Identity, tech UK

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Connected and Autonomous Mobility

Chair: Sharon Kindleysides, Transport and Future Mobility Consultant


How to make automated vehicles ethical

Nick Reed, Director, Reed Mobility


Autonomous Network Transit: high volume mobility

Martin Duerr, Co- Founder and CTO, Dromos


Generative AI for testing AVs

Pete Lindgren, Head of Digitisation of Transport, TRL

CAM: taking everyone on the ride
Ashley Feldman, Programme Manager, Transport and Smart Cities, techUK

The role of data in AI for connected and automated vehicles

Andy Graham, Director, White Willow Consulting

The Cotton Theatre

Public / passenger transport

Chair: Michael Wevill, Projects Director, SYSTRA


Chat GPT journey planning

Dave Hulbert, Principal Engineer, Passenger Technology Group


Improving real time fleet performance

Jon Usher, Partnerships Director Northern Europe, Optibus Transportation


Leveraging quality data to optimise the bus network

Gearoid Hynes, VP of Product, CitySwift

Finding hidden efficiencies in school transport

Jeff Duffell, Director of Market Development, QRoutes

Predictive operations

Pete Ferguson, CEO, Prospective 

Pioneer Room

AI start-up demo zone

Innovative AI start-ups from across Manchester and the UK demonstrate their technologies.


Lunch served in the Pioneer Room

Tech demos in the Pioneer Room


Pendulum Suite

Productivity, workflow and customer service

Chair: Ashleigh Monagle, Head of Data & Digital Strategic Advisory, Mott MacDonald


How data can help local authorities

Michelle Mulder, Azure Data and AI Specialist, Microsoft


Help with the AI journey

Sherin Mathew, CEO & Founder at AI Tech UK,AI Strategist & Ethics Expert


Putting AI to work for transport planners

Andrew Browning, CEO and Founder, SchemeFlow

Using AI bots to handle complex PCN calls and webchats

Jason Barbour, Managing Director, Barbour Logic

Graphene 1

Without data there is no AI

Chair: Shaleen Srivastava, CEO, Goleyo & Committee Member, Standing Committee on Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Computing Applications, TRB


Exchanging transport data

Andrew Allen, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for Public Transport, Microsoft

What can AI do with the right data?

Jonathan Raper, Founder & CEO, TransportAPI

Where LLMs can't reach - transport specific AI

Andreas 'Zac' Zachariah, CEO, TravelAi

Using data to decarbonise traffic flows

Dan Hubert, CEO, Appyway

Graphene 2

Road danger reduction 

Chair: Catherine Whitfield

Associate Director, Intelligent Infrastructure, WSP & Vice Chair, Intelligent Transport Systems UK

Making bus travel safer with AI

Kerri Cheek, Bus Safety Development Manager,  Transport for London & Director of Women in Bus and Coach

How AI can make our roads smarter and safer

Shane Foley, Strategic Partner Lead, VivaCity

AI for safe driving detection

Geoff Collins, UK General Manager, Acusensus UK

GlobalRoads - road safety data collection in LMICs

Craig Smith, Data Scientist, Agilysis

The Cotton Theatre

Network management

Chair: Stuart Scott, ITS UK Chair


Using AI to improve roadwork planning
Anna Jordan, Co-Founder & CEO, Alchera Technologies

Network mobility forecasting

Carles Illera, Regional Head of Professional Services, Aimsun

Using AI to enforce bus-only lanes
Agnes Loder, Director of International Business Development, Hayden AI

A pothole-free future?

Steve Isaacs, Asset Manager, Univrses

Pioneer Room

AI start-up demo zone

Innovative AI start-ups from across Manchester and the UK demonstrate their technologies.


Tea & Coffee served in the Pioneer Room

Tech demos in the Pioneer Room


Pendulum Suite

Local authority AI case studies

Chair: Anna Jordan, Transport Expert Working Group, Innovate UK BridgeAI 


Overview: Robin Denton, Director of Local and Regional Government, Microsoft (10 mins)


Panellists: (all 5 mins)

  • Keith McCabe, CEO Simplifai Systems, ITS UK Carbon Ambassador and Chair of Smart Environment Forum, Former member of US Transport Research Board Standing Committee on Artificial Intelligence 

  • Chris Lane, Head of Innovation, Transport for West Midlands

  • Sam Li, Senior Innovation Officer, Transport for Greater Manchester



  • What are key biggest benefits/risks surrounding AI?

  • How are local authorities currently using AI, what for, and what would they like to use it for?

  • If you don't use AI - why not, what would need to change for you to use it?

  • Is national guidance necessary to help encourage the use of AI?

17.15- 18.15

Networking and drinks social

Published programme subject to change.

Speaker Biographies


Andrew Allen

Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for Public Transport, Microsoft

View Andrew's LinkedIn​ profile


Michelle Mulder

Azure Data and AI Specialist, Microsoft

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Andy Graham

Transport Technology Forum


View Andy's LinkedIn​ profile

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Liz Scott MBE

Executive Director, Turing Innovation Catalyst, Manchester

Liz is a long time tech ecosystem supporter, advisor and advocate. She has supported businesses large and small, nationally and internationally to grow, innovate and evolve for over 20 years. As Programme Director at the newly established Turing Innovation Catalyst Manchester (TIC), Liz is focused on building a new not for profit that will catalyse an AI ecosystem across Greater Manchester, and will use AI to grow careers, businesses and the city economy. Over the next 2 years TIC will be delivering AI accelerators, Venture Builders, Skills programmes as well as a whole host of events and activities to drive the AI ecosystem forward.


Prior to TIC Liz was part of the Executive Board at Tech Nation, responsible for supporting a National Community of 4500+ scaleups; delivery of international programmes; the Global Tech Talent Visa programme; all non-grant revenue; and strategic partnerships. In her Non-Exec Director and Advisory board roles Liz works with a number of tech sector focused organisations.

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Andrew Browning

CEO, SchemeFlow

Andrew Browning is the CEO and Co-Founder of SchemeFlow, the AI report writing startup for transport planners. Previously Andrew was Chief of Staff to West Midlands Mayor, Andy Street, working to secure billions of pounds of additional Government funding for transport and housing projects, and chasing the delivery of infrastructure schemes at Transport for West Midlands, such as the Midland Metro and the new stations programme, and prior to that he worked at the Boston Consulting Group.

Nick Reed

Nick Reed

Director, Reed Mobility

Dr Nick Reed is the founder of Reed Mobility, an independent future mobility research consultancy, working across public, private and academic sectors and aiming to deliver transport systems that are safe, clean, efficient, ethical and equitable. In 2021, He was appointed as National Highways first ever Chief Road Safety Adviser.


Jon User

Partnership Director, Optibus

Jon has worked in sustainable transport for over 15 years. It was a part-time job driving a bus around the streets of Bristol whilst at University that convinced him to pursue a career in transport. Since then, he has worked with local and national governments to decarbonise the transport system. He is an expert in transport policy, has led partnerships, public affairs and communications teams and has delivered national programmes for the Department for Transport. 

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Damian Horton

Co-Founder & Managing Director, Eloy

Damian Horton is a co-founder and managing director of Eloy. 


Eloy is pioneering multi-vehicle coordination and cooperative driving software, which orchestrates the movement of road vehicles to reduce congestion. Damian is responsible for Eloy’s artificial intelligence development and securing intellectual property. He holds an MA in Mathematics from the University of Oxford and an MSc in Industrial Mathematics from the University of Bristol.

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Sara El Hanfy

Head of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Innovate UK

Sara works to identify, support and accelerate high growth-potential innovation in the UK, based on cutting-edge AI and data research and technology. She is passionate about diversity in STEM and digital inclusion. With a background in computer science, Sara has significant commercial digital experience working in the third and private sectors. Prior to joining Innovate UK, she worked as an AI consultant advising global organisations on AI development strategies and implementation.

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Steve Isaacs

Asset Manager, Univrses

Steve Isaacs has been an enthusiastic supporter of innovation in the highway maintenance world for the last 40+ years, Over his career he has delivered for a number of local authorities, the Transport Research Laboratory and now in the field of Asset Management for the leading AI specialist company Univrses. Steve's focus is on delivering practical outcomes from the AI generated data harvested through the Univrses collection solution

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Dave Hulbert

Principal Engineer, Passenger

Dave Hulbert, Principal Engineer at Passenger, leads in delivering innovative digital solutions for sustainable travel. With extensive experience in technical leadership in the transport sector, he focuses on developing Passenger’s capability in enhancing travel technology. Dave actively engages in knowledge sharing and pioneering new approaches in tech to keep Passenger at the forefront of the industry. His passion for technology and its potential to positively impact society is at the core of his professional ethos.


Katherine Holden

Head of Data Analytics,

AI and Digital ID, techUK

Katherine joined techUK in May 2018 and currently leads the Data Analytics, AI and Digital ID programme. 

Prior to techUK, Katherine worked as a Policy Advisor at the Government Digital Service (GDS) supporting the digital transformation of UK Government.

Whilst working at the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC) Katherine led AMRC’s policy work on patient data, consent and opt-out.  


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Jason Barbour

Managing Director, Barbour Logic

Jason founded Barbour Logic, winners of nine innovation awards including the Parking Technology Award in 2021, 2022 and 2023.


Working with 60 UK partners, Barbour Logic’s AI products – all UK-firsts – answer PCN queries from drivers, reducing time and stress for both driver and back-office.


Jason is a technology and innovation enthusiast, leading a company whose unrivalled award wins reflect its products – they simply make life easier.


Dr Craig Smith

Data Scientist, Agilysis

Craig is a mathematician, with an established background in academic research at the University of Oxford's Mathematical Institute.  Since then, he has endeavoured to use his expertise to carry out robust and innovative analysis and research as Agilysis' lead Data Scientist. His recent work has looked at approaches to identify high-risk roads using AI with multiple data sources in large cities, as well as leading Agilysis' efforts to automate road attribute detections suitable for road assessment programmes.


Carles Illera

Regional Head of Professional Services in the UK and Scandinavia, Aimsun

Carles is Aimsun's Regional Head of Professional Services in the UK and Scandinavia. With over a decade of experience in transport modelling and data analysis, he has supported the delivery of real-time digital twins around the world, including successful large-scale deployments in Oxford, Perth and Sydney.

Carles regularly collaborates with Aimsun's data science team to develop the synergies between AI and modelling applications, with a focus on anomaly detection, data fusion and unsupervised/self-supervised learning.

Catherine Whitfield

Catherine Whitfield

Associate Director, Intelligent Infrastructure, WSP

Catherine is Vice Chair of Intelligent Transport Systems UK and an Associate Director within the Intelligent Infrastructure business at WSP. She has over 20 years’ experience working in the intelligent transport industry, helping clients overcome challenges, unlock potential and create new solutions. She specialises in the operational, user and business elements of Intelligent Transport Systems, providing an interface between organisational needs and the detailed technical and operational solutions that meet them.

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Dr Isobel Wilson

Policy Advisor – Transport Technology,

Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation

Isobel has a passion for research and communication which started with a PhD in electrochemistry from UCL. Now, Isobel is a Policy Advisor for Transport Technology at the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) a charity, learned society and membership body who promote safe, accessible, inclusive, economically and environmentally sustainable transport infrastructure. Isobel’s most recent work at CIHT has focused on the role of data and artificial intelligence in achieving transport decarbonisation.

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Kerri Cheek

Bus Safety Development Manager,Transport for London & Director of Women in Bus and Coach

Kerri leads the bus safety strategic change programme at Transport for London. The innovative and world-leading Bus Safety Programme delivers effective and measurable safety change in London and is successfully challenging the inertia across the bus industry both in the UK and internationally. Kerri has led the development and delivery of the multi award-winning Bus Safety Standard, London’s bus driver fatigue programme, and recently she published TfL’s Bus Safety Strategy. Kerri has been at Transport for London since 2006. In 2023, Kerri was instrumental in launching a new initiative to build, unite and support women working in the bus and coach industry - Women in Bus and Coach. Kerri is a founding Director, the strategic lead and also the London Region Chair.


Marie Hamilton

Greater Manchester Region Lead, Microsoft

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Shaleen Srivastava

CEO, Goleyo 


View Shaleen's LinkedIn​ profile

Tao Cheng

Tao Cheng

Director & Founder, UCL SpaceTimeLab

Professor Tao Cheng, a GeoInformatics expert, is the Founder and Director of UCL's SpaceTimeLab, which aims to transform geo-located and time-stamped data into actionable insights for government, business, and society. As Mobility Theme Leader at the Alan Turing Institute, she specialises in utilising new forms of data and advanced AI to promote active travel and transport decarbonisation. Additionally, she established SpaceTimeAI to commercialise SpaceTimeLab's research, focusing on smart city applications.



Keith McCabe

Founder and CEO Simplifai Systems

Founder and CEO Simplifai Systems

ITS (UK) Carbon Ambassador

Chair of ITS (UK) Smart Environment Forum

Former member of US Transport Research Board Standing Committee on Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Computing

Keith has over 40 years experience in the Transport and ICT sectors and has led start ups in the technology for over 10 years.


Keith along with James Blackwood (AI Strategy and Portfolio Lead NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde), Professors Lee McCluskey of Simplifai Systems and Professor Mauro Vallati from the University of Huddersfield are the inventors of the patented  (GB2598661) Simplifai Goal Orinetated AI Traffic Control System that has been deployed across the North of England.


Shane Foley

Strategic Partner Lead, VivaCity

Shane Foley has extensive experience in both operational management and sales management roles, across large multinational mobility providers and start-up tech-based organisations. He is passionate about sustainable, green travel and working towards making our communities safer, cleaner and generally better places to live.

Shane's role at VivaCity allows him to work alongside combined and local authorities to ensure they can use our cutting edge AI technology to have the best, most accurate data possible to make impactful decisions on the way we live.


Iona Chandler

Partnership Manager, UrbanTide

Iona is passionate about the UrbanTide mission of creating a sustainable world with AI. With a
focus on open data and AI, she empowers organisations to create sustainable communities. In
her presentation, Iona will shed light on the importance of actionable data insights and will
unveil cutting-edge AI developments that are shaping the future of active travel and sustainable
transport planning.


Don't miss her introduction to the groundbreaking uMove data insights
platform, designed to harness real-time and historical travel data to benchmark activity, predict
travel patterns and enhance planning and decision making.

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Sherin Mathew

CEO & Founder at AI Tech UK,AI Strategist & Ethics Expert

Sherin Mathew is a recognised AI Leader and leading AI Ethicist in the UK. A Founder, CEO, and Serial Entrepreneur, with a deep-rooted passion for wider AI Awareness, Impact, Ethics, and Intellectual Privacy.

Sherin is an AI Strategist and board advisor for West Yorkshire Combined Authority, and also the Chief AI advisor for ambitious SMEs, DeepTech Startups, and the UK AI policy team (DSIT) with a mission to "Disrupt the AI Disruption"! Sherin is an untiring advocate for the creative, innovative, and ethical elements of intelligent technologies. As an accomplished Public Speaker, AI Ethicist, and Evangelist, Sherin promotes thought-provoking ideas, shares his technical knowledge, and advises on best practices.


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Geoff Collins

UK General Manager, Acusensus UK

Geoff is the GM for Acusensus UK, responsible for bringing the award winning, AI driven ‘Heads-Up’ distracted driving solution to the UK.  The system has already been trialed in 12 UK police regions on more than 80 occasions, identifying drivers who are distracted by their mobile phone or not wearing a seatbelt.  He also acts as Chair of ITS UK’s Enforcement Forum.


Geoff is a Chartered Engineer, a member of the IET and a fellow of CIHT.

Peter Lindgren

Peter Lindgren

Head of Digitisation of Transport, TRL

TRL’s Head of Digitisation of Transport Pete Lindgren has worked in digital for over 20 years, in finance, publishing, software development and transport, and for organisations big and small. His role at TRL keeps him at the forefront of digital technologies that can improve safety, equality, efficiency and efficacy in transport


Andreas Zachariah

CEO, TravelAI

Andreas Zachariah (CEO) - BEng,MBA,MA - With 16yrs experience at the intersection of deeptech/Ai/ML, sustainability, transport and prior domain expertise in automotives, telecoms and aerospace from a decade managing a +£bn investment portfolio.

A UK Ai Global Expert Mission to Canada member, he’s presented to UK cabinet ministers and policymakers over data.

His mission is to realise a multimodal transport behaviour data sharing platform for industry stakeholders inspired by the UK BioBank.

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Ashley Feldman

Programme Manager, Transport and Smart Cities, techUK

Ashley Feldman is the programme manager for transport and smart cities at techUK. Through working closely with the technology industry, his role is to promote the contribution of digital technology in driving positive outcomes for cities and transport. Through maintaining close ties to government, he also works to ensure the policy and regulatory conditions are optimised for businesses to scale innovation in the UK.


Gearoid Hynes

VP of Product,


Gearóid is VP of Product at CitySwift, a big data technology company that helps public transport authorities and operators to deliver ultra-efficient and reliable networks. With a PhD from University of Galway, his commercial career began at Hewlett Packard before joining sport and data science start-up Orreco as Head of Product. At CitySwift, Gearoid’s research, technology and product expertise helps public transport networks use big data to deliver the best possible service to their passengers.

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Agnes Loder

Director of International Business Development, Hayden AI

Agnes Loder is a seasoned professional with over 17 years of invaluable experience in the field of sales and business development. Currently serving as the International Director of Business Development at Hayden AI, she has consistently demonstrated her expertise in driving growth and forging international business relationships. Agnes recently represented Hayden AI at the Urban Tech Challenge in Warsaw, Poland, and won first place in the “Optimising Urban Operations” categoryy


Data Science Consultant, Energy Systems Catapult

Steve is a Senior Data Science Consultant at the Energy Systems Catapult. He is focused on optimising the utilisation of AI across the energy sector, and helping bridge the gap between academia and industry. This work includes identifying barriers and enablers for applying AI, such as data accessibility, knowledge transfer, and skills. Steve has recently worked on the AI for Decarbonisation’s Virtual Centre for Excellence, curating a list of grand challenges which will have major impact on the UK’s Net Zero ambitions.


Dan Hubert

Founder & CEO, Appyway

Founder & CEO Dan founded AppyWay in 2013 after being continually frustrated with the same bad parking experiences shared by drivers worldwide. After extensive research, Dan realised that the analogue and siloed solutions within the government's parking and highways sector were the cause of the problem. His vision was to create a digitised, standardised and centralised platform uniting the public and private sectors with authoritative data that can help local governments on their road to decarbonisation and help create a better kerbside experience for fleets and mobility. Today, AppyWay is the world's most awarded intelligent kerbside platform.

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Dr Steve Haben

Senior Data Science Consultant, Catapult

Steve is a Senior Data Science Consultant at the Energy Systems Catapult. He is focused on optimising the utilisation of AI across the energy sector, and helping bridge the gap between academia and industry. This work includes identifying barriers and enablers for applying AI, such as data accessibility, knowledge transfer, and skills. Steve has recently worked on the AI for Decarbonisation’s Virtual Centre for Excellence, curating a list of grand challenges which will have major impact on the UK’s Net Zero ambitions.

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Martin Duerr

Managing Director/ CTO Dromos

Martin Duerr is Managing Director/CTO of Dromos and responsible for all technology features in vehicles, infrastructure and central control. He has several years of experience in mobility – covering various stages of the value chain, application areas, and many regions of the world. Martin also has been a partner in a leading global management consulting firm for multiple years. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science and worked as a Research Professor at MIT in Boston.


Delegate rates

Public Sector Delegates

1st Delegate
£225 + VAT

Each Additional Delegate
£175 + VAT

Private Sector Delegates

1st Delegate
£325 + VAT

Each Additional Delegate
£275 + VAT

Charities and 3rd Sector

Academics, Charities, 3rd Sector
£225 + VAT

Supported places for key Public Sector specialists

This event has been specially designed for those at the sharp end of decision making within local government departments.  


As such, a number of free places have been made available for information, data and security practitioners working in national and local government department.

 If you work in one of the following job functions, a free ticket awaits:

  • Chief Information Officer 

  • Chief Digital Information Officer 

  • Information Technology Officer 

  • Director for Data 

  • Director of Digital & IT 

  • Cyber Security Officer 

  • Head of Data 

  • Chief Data Officer 

  • Director of Analytics

  • Data Engineer / Specialist / Analyst 

  • Security Engineer 

  • Information Security Analyst 

  • Data Scientist 

  • Head of Innovation 

  • Chief Innovation Officer 

  • Innovation Manager 

Supported Places

23 January 2024 - Manchester Conference Centre, Sackville St, Manchester

Building an ecosystem – creating a marketplace

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