Event agenda


Amber Infrastructure, Khalid Naqib, Head of Digital Infrastructure
Cyclope.ai, Emmanuel Léger, CEO
DWS Infrastructure, Scott Auty, Managing Director
Energisme, Ingmar Wilhelm, Chairman of the Board
EY-Parthenon, Ulrich Loewer, Director, TMT
IES, Ruth Kerrigan, Director of R&D
Ingenious Group, Guy Ranawake, Senior Investment Director
Macquarie Capital, Oliver Bradley, Managing Director, Digital Infrastructure
Macquarie Capital, Stephan Feilhauer, Senior Vice President, InfraTech Investments
Mission Secure, David Drescher, CEO and Co-Founder
Mott MacDonald, Mark Enzer, Chief Technical Officer
National Infrastructure Commission, Sarah Hayes, Project Director
Pinsent Masons, Natalie Trainor, Partner
Pinsent Masons, Simon Colvin, Partner and Head of TMT
Transport Research Laboratory, Hosein Torabmostaedi, Business Development Manager
Utterberry, Heba Bevan, CEO and Founder
ViaVan, Sam Cooke, Partnerships Principal
Zenzic, Daniel Ruiz, CEO

New possibilities have emerged for retrofitting/repurposing existing infrastructure assets with technologies such as large-scale data collection, real-time asset monitoring, automation and AI. Asset owners will increasingly need to rethink their business models and assess exposure to new risks.

10:30 - 11:00

Coffee Break

Featured infratech entrepreneurs discuss changes in the infrastructure space.

Though still fragmented, the pool of companies that fall under the umbrella of infratech is quickly becoming a distinct market in its own right. Over the last year we have seen a number of sector leaders make the headlines:
• Identifying investable opportunities
• Fundraising and scaling-up
• Obsolescence risk

12:45 - 13:45

In the space of a 10 years, demand-responsive transport and mobility-as-a-service have brought profound changes to public transport, car ownership and city infrastructure. In the decades ahead, the mass adoption of connected and autonomous vehicles is set to reshape mobility completely.
• Smart motorways
• Ridesharing economy
• Autonomous vehicles

• Rapid growth, M&A, and massive energy consumption

15:45 - 15:45

5G and fibre optic broadband will act as a springboard for future technology and data applications. Authorities across Europe are in a race to build out the infrastructure for these essential services, but much more investment is needed to shore up connectivity.
• Enabling new technologies
• Roll-out strategies and investment
• Regulatory framework


Please note the agenda is subject to change