Get powerful environmental insights from influential experts. Connect with thought leaders and colleagues to get the most up-to-date knowledge on environmental strategies and initiatives with reliable data that is sorely missing from this community.
This webinar will explore the recommendations from the Task Force on Climate-related FInancial Disclosures (TCFD) with a particular focus on how investors can implement scenario analysis.
1. Discussion of key trends in the market.
2. Learn more about what the TCFD recommendations mean for your organisation.
3. Gain insights from Engaged Tracking’s new TCFD-aligned scenario analysis tool.
4. Leverage insights from your peers in overcoming key challenges.
Dr Ben Caldecott, founding Director of the Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme at the University of Oxford Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment
- Ben will share his thoughts on TCFD and its implications
Sam Gill, CEO at Engaged Tracking and Pekka Piirainen, Senior Engagement Manager at Engaged Tracking
- Pekka will share insights from Engaged Tracking's TCFD-aligned Scenario Analysis tool
James Cameron, Chairman at Engaged Tracking
Join this webinar hosted by Frost & Sullivan and hear from Smart Water Networks North American Alliance experts discuss the cyber security landscape in the water utility industry and best-practice solutions to ensure a secure future.
Expert Insights You Will Not Want to Miss:
- Understand critical cyber security challenges and weaknesses in the water utility industry
- Identify best practices to help your organization tackle cybersecurity challenges
- Learn about public initiatives and regulatory efforts to promote cybersecurity initiatives
Join other Local Authority Pension Funds on 8th March 11am to:
1. Learn more about key developments in the market that every fund manager needs to know.
2. Explore practical solutions for addressing climate change risk in pension portfolios, including responding to the TCFD recommendations.
3. Leverage insights from your peers in solving carbon-related investment challenges.
During the webinar we will explore:
- Key trends shaping climate change related financial risk.
- How to perform scenario analysis.
- Portfolio alignment strategies for a 2°C global warming pathway.
- Reducing 'Carbon price risk' while improving risk-adjusted returns in Local Authority Pension portfolios
The building and construction industry is trailing other industries due to slow digital transformation. The need to boost productivity and minimize project overruns, and the reliance on unskilled labor, are top drivers for IT adoption. This analysis on the building and construction industry’s journey to digital transformation shows the fundamental issues in the industry and identifies strong growth opportunities.
Expert Insights You Will Not Want to Miss:
· The buildings and construction sector has been troubled with low productivity, slow adoption of technology innovation, issues with the labor market, and burdensome process and performance management. Lean construction with an emphasis on efficiency and productivity is key for industry transformation.
· Learn why digital transformation must be part of the corporate strategy.
· With the construction industry’s low productivity and R&D spending, the need for better performance management, proper planning and sufficient communication utilizing technological innovation are critical.
The high speeds expected from future 5G networks and the demands of dense data over those networks is leading to communications network densification. Data centers, a key component of high speed delivery, are redefining their role, becoming a part of the fog and moving increasingly to the edge. This webcast will cover the role micro data centers will play in community network communications infrastructure; their configuration and structure; use of artificial intelligence and virtualization; control systems and operations; and workforce needs.
>> Don Byrne, Managing Director, Metrix411
>> Phillip Marangella, VP of Business Development, Cloud and IoT Solutions, EdgeConneX
Level 5 autonomy for automotive and the broader intelligent transportation industry will require hyper broadband connectivity. Smart communities and corporations developing products and services for ubiquitous connectivity understand that it requires a holistic vision of a fully 5G-connected environment.
This webcast will discuss the work cities, and automotive suppliers and OEMs are doing to build infrastructure and transportation vehicles that will move from human driven, through connected to autonomous capabilities.
>> Jill North, Innovation Program Manager, Department of Transportation, City of San Jose
>> Robert Grant, Senior Director of Public Policy, Lyft
>> Jeff Stewart, Assistant Vice President, Global Public Policy, AT&T
>> Tim Weisenberger, Project Manager, Technical Programs, Ground Vehicle Standards, SAE International
Real estate developers, owners and tenants are rethinking the office building experience. Not only are buildings becoming increasingly efficient in in-door energy management and operations, they are also beginning to interact with the people who work within the walls, and with the out of doors environment.
This type of sentient building design is making use of increased connectivity to and in buildings, as well as the use of sensors and IoT applications. This webcast will discuss communications and connectivity infrastructure that is being deployed in and to current real estate developments; what buiding owners, operators and tenants expect; the impact smart community development is having on smart buildings; and sample smart building IoT applications.
Yann Palmore, Vice President, Smart Building Solutions, JLL
Ray Moya, COO/CTO, Argent Associates, Inc.
>> Yann Palmore helps CRE investors, owners, and operators understand how to rethink building system infrastructure to support Internet of Things (IoT) technologies and drive smart building strategies. Yann’s key responsibilities are to guide clients through a structured process that prioritizes program goals, defines specific smart building strategies, specifies appropriate technologies, and oversees program implementation.
>> Ray Moya has over 25 years of network engineering and organizational management experience. His specializations include, wireline and wireless voice and data networks, network security, software development, and finance. He has designed, engineered and installed hundreds of Fortune 500 Company and Government networks. He leads network-consulting teams in LAN/WAN, software development, wireless technologies, and Network security.
For more about the speakers, please visit: http://www.tiaonline.org/webcast-iot-and-smart-buildings-new-construct
Want to learn more about the Pentaho Trial? Then attend this recorded webcast that focuses on big data and data integration best practices as well as how to get the most out of your Pentaho 30-day trial.
Other topics include:
* A review the components that are part of your trial and best approach to get started
*A discussion on the best way to connect to your data and manage your analytical pipeline
* A showcase our library of videos, tutorials and documentation for a smooth trial
* Highlights of proven best practices to make the most of your 30-day download
Creating a seamless connected environment that supports smart community citizen services, streamlines operations, supports economic development is already a challenge for community officials. There are many different needs and directions to begin the conversion to an “intelligent” environment. Communities are also planning and building not just for current needs, but also for future connectivity infrastructure that will be used by autonomous vehicles, smart buildings, connected homes, AR/VR, eRetail, eHealthcare, smartgrid and more.
This webcast will discuss such questions as:
> What issues are city officials prioritizing for resolution through smart community applications?
> How are communities planning for and deploying small cell infrastructure?
> Which departments are involved in communications infrastructure?
> How can suppliers navigate the multiple departments involved in decision making?
> What business models are cities negotiating with their technology product partners?
> What are some of the lessons learned from cities that you can translate into your own business offering?
Jascha Franklin-Hodge, CIO, Boston, MA
Kate Garman,Smart City Coordinator, Seattle, WA
Peter Marx, former CTO, City of Los Angeles, currently in the position of VP, GE Digital
The Southeast Asia Membrane Technologies Market, comprising of Microfiltration (MF), Ultrafiltration (UF), Nanofiltration (NF) and Reverse Osmosis (RO), is seeing steady double-digit growth rates due to the region-wide focus on cleaner water and wastewater. The nascent membrane technologies market in Southeast Asia is still highly fragmented, but market leaders from Japan and Europe have already begun capitalizing on the largely under-developed SEA membrane market.
Why you must attend:
Understand growth trends in membrane technology markets in Southeast Asia and regions that are growing the fastest
Identify the roadmap of membrane technology and related competitive development in the region
Learn four growth opportunities for membrane companies in the largely under-developed Southeast Asian region
The homes and buildings industry is full of huge opportunities for different tier-level participants. Disruptors and deeply entrenched participants are competing in terms of business models, technology-based product offerings, and price. Therefore, it is necessary for participants to understand growth opportunities, technologies transforming the industry, companies to watch, and potential business models to stay competitive in the industry. This outlook will help participants understand the dynamics of the industry while focusing on key market developments.
Recent research has uncovered that consumers fall into one of four categories of eating style - crunchers, chewers, smooshers or suckers.
According to the research, chewers enjoy a prolonged chewing action, crunchers like the sound and feeling of a hard bite, smooshers enjoy manipulating soft food in their mouths, and suckers enjoy extracting as much flavour as possible.
We can help food companies use these findings to improve formulations and their front-of-pack messaging. By understanding each eating style, manufacturers can develop more successful products. In this webinar, we focus on yoghurts to show you how you can use these innovative insights.
In this webinar, you’ll learn about:
•The importance of Sensory Experience to consumers
•The differences in eating styles
•New consumers insights in yoghurts which you can use to develop your products
•Ingredion’s texture capabilities and expertise
Research shows that today’s consumers want great-tasting foods and beverages that offer enhanced nutrition and clean labels. They’re also looking for plant-based protein and sustainably sourced ingredients. Pulses help you meet these hot consumer trends—and we see their use in formulations skyrocketing. But when should you leverage their natural, beany flavor profile and when should you choose a clean-taste version? Get consumer insights and formulation tips in this pulse-focused webinar.
We will be running a special webinar on 31st March at 10 a.m.
Non-commodity charges are going up and are becoming a bigger part of your energy bills. The expert team from British Gas will join Chief Reporter, Pri Shrestha to discuss what’s changing and how you can start to alleviate these charges.
On Thursday, March 9 at 11 am ET, join TIA for a post Mobile World Congress 2017 webcast on sights and insights from the show floor. Hear from TIA executives as they discuss the transformation of connectivity infrastructure, the expansion of IoT applications, and the proliferation of Smart Communities projects.
> David Heard, Board Chairman, TIA
> Brenda Boehm, Chief Strategy Officer and Executive Vice President of Technology and Products
> Susan Schramm, Chief Marketing Officer & Senior Vice President of Membership and Marketing
> John Jacobs, Vice President, Market Intelligence and Research
Mark Roberts works for the National Trust as an internal consultant on water. His role is to provide their properties with advice and guidance on all aspects of water across the properties including key items like mains water usage, private water supplies, private sewage systems, flood risk and sustainable drainage. He is passionate about the environment and is keen to improve the way the organisation manages water and reduce the impacts it has on the local water environment.
Mark will discuss how to baseline and monitor water and then look at wider aspects of water including the deregulation happening in April. We will be joined by Jodi Robinson, VAS Operations Manager at Water Plus. She is knowledgeable in water efficient products and building tailored Water Management strategies to suit individual requirements. Jodi has over 15 years working in various consultancy and project managements positions.
A big thank you for Fit for the Future helping to pull this all together.
High speed and autonomous transportation, remote surgical procedures, and mixed reality experiences are just a few of the upcoming Internet of Things (IoT) technological game changers that require high speed and low latency communications infrastructure. 5G Radio Access Network (RAN) technologies continue to evolve to meet the complex and continually evolving network requirements of IoT applications.
This webcast will explore the latest advances in RAN, including:
• Which technologies will see the earliest deployments?
• How important will the 3.5 GHz band networks (also known as the Citizen’s Broadband Radio Service (CBRS)) be in future 5G applications?
• Will mmWave networks change the game in the last mile?
• How far will the industry advance in real deployments in the next year or two?
• Where are companies participating in this ecosystem investing their money?
• Are there concerns for Return on Investment (ROI) that companies are trying to resolve?
Brian Daly, Director - Core & Government/Regulatory Standards, AT&T Access Architecture & Devices
Adam Drobot, Chairman, OpenTechWorks, Inc.
Steven Glapa, VP of Marketing, Tarana Wireless
This webinar will focus on the pitfalls associated with tight field test specification of pre-terminated fiber systems for high speed channels in the context of the real capability of portable testers.
Best practices are discussed (proper test limit specification) such that field test costs will be minimized.
The Internet of Things will redefine services offered in such industry sectors as eHealth, smart communities, retail, transportation and energy. To provide the levels of service required, infrastructure networks will be suffused with levels of complexity beyond any deployed and operated to date.
The concept known as “5G” is still being defined. It will include legacy systems such as 3G, expand the development of 4G LTE, incorporate newly developed technologies such as holographic beamforming and virtualization, and include other types of networks such as WPLANs, satellite, and fiber. Interoperability of the networks, seamless integration of applications and the transfer of data across the networks and systems will require autonomous and artificial intelligence to ensure seamless, secure and ensured delivery.
Chris Clayton, Head of Solution Design & Delivery for Beyond Limits, and George Karayannis, Vice President of CityNOW for Panasonic, will take us on a deep dive on how the integration of networks and autonomous artificial intelligence capabilities will enable trusted IoT connectivity demands within Smart Cities.
This webinar will cover latest trends, the shift to hybrid IT/cloud and colocation, the value of modular designs with preconfigured cabinets, growing vertically instead of horizontally, 40/100G migration (and future 400G) and the importance of low-loss fiber connectivity in backbone switch to switch links.
Global family offices and high net worth individuals have over US$50 trillion in assets to deploy. By 2025, this asset volume is expected to surpass US$100 trillion. This group represents a powerful force for good in the financing of climate solutions and the transition of the financial system towards low-carbon investments, across all asset classes. This webinar will explore low-carbon investment strategies for private investors in the context of a market transition away from fossil fuels and the economy-wide decarbonisation targets reaffirmed in Marrakech.
Leading private wealth advisors are increasingly being asked to measure the impact of their strategies on climate targets, and to incorporate climate value creation metrics into their investment decision-making.
In this ET Index Research webinar industry experts will explain:
• Why leading wealth advisors are adjusting their strategies across asset classes to capture the upside of a market-led transition to zero carbon energy systems
• How family office investors and their advisors can protect their portfolios through the low carbon transition and use strategic capital deployment to accelerate an economy-wide transition.
• What impact private wealth investment decisions mean for the future of climate change policy action and the market-based transition away from fossil fuels.
James Cameron, Co-Chair, ET Index Research; Founding Partner, SystemiQ; Chairman, Overseas Development Institute
Sir Ed Davey, Chairman, Mongoose Energy
Richard Azarnia, Fluktuat family office
Carl Tishler, Direct Investor, former CIO, Infraventus Group
The webinar will cover the latest adopted application and cabling standards including draft proposals in front of IEEE and Fibre Channel, the latest progress on 50/100/200 Gigabit Ethernet and 64/256 GFC, and recent and in-process updates of both TIA and ISO/IEC cabling standards.