Smart Connected Homes & Buildings: Key Trends & Opportunities

The Manufacturing Technology Centre, Coventry

14th Sep 2017


  • Join EUA for an informative day looking at: 

    • How the Internet of Things will affect the energy industry 
    • Smart Homes – appliances, home heating controls, security, the power of big data and connectivity 
    • How the Smart Homes and Buildings market is developing in Europe 
    • Hear from energy suppliers and meter manufacturers on the UK Smart meter programme

     We are pleased to be holding the event at the modern, spacious, Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry. With excellent transport links,  free on-site parking and lots more, the conference will provide a sector showcase and supply chain exhibition, together with the opportunity to network with industry experts and the smart homes and buildings wider community.


  • To register for this event please use the form below. Alternatively you can download/print our booking form and send it to the Events Manager by email.




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    • 9.30-10.00am

      Registration and Refreshments

    • 10.00am

      Session 1: Welcome

      Chair: Ian Campbell, Director & Consultant, BJIC & Chair of EUA Smart Connected Homes & Buildings Group

    • How the Internet of Things is affecting the energy sector

      Lionel Guicherd-Callin, Head of Product Management in Europe, Nest

    • Smart homes and buildings landscape – key trends/drivers for growth

      Eleanor Knight, Smart Living: Decarbonisation and Energy Division, Welsh Government

    • The smart connected home appliance market – what is the potential?

      Samuel Dawson-Smith, Product Manager, Smart Home and Connected Products, Bosch Thermotechnology Ltd

    • Q&A

      Session 1 Panel

    • Refreshment Break

    • 11.50am

      Session 2

    • Making the connected home a reality

      Adrian Baschnonga, Global Telecommunications, EY

    • The power of big data

      Dave Ward, head of New Technology, Innovation & Connected Homes, Dixons Carphone

    • Connectivity – Can Smart be achieved without universal, open connectivity?

      Matti Kahola, Senior Analyst, Delta EE

    • Smart Home developments and achievements in Europe

      Paolo Basso, Regulatory Affairs Manager, Association for the European Heating Industry

    • Q&A

      Session 2 Panel

    • 1.30pm

      Networking Lunch

    • 2.30pm

      Session 3

      Chair: Sean Gulliford, Principal Consultant - Connected Devices, Gemserv Limited

    • 2017: The year your privates were violated by your kettle?

      Tony Gee, Information Security Consultant, Pen Test Partners

    • Smart meters could be the secret sauce to mass smart adoption

      Alex Quingard, IoT Programme Manager, EDMI

    • Ian Campbell, Director & Consultant, BJIC & Chair of the EUA Smart Connected Homes & Buildings Group

    • Q&A

      Session 3 panel

    • 4.10pm

      Closing remarks

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Event manager

Name Natalie Burrows

Tel 01926 513741


Event Speakers

  • Lionel Guicherd-Callin


  • Dave Ward

    Dixons Carphone

  • Sean Gulliford


  • Tony Gee

    Pen Test Partners

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