Event agenda

Speakers

Macquarie Capital, Stephan Feilhauer, Senior Vice President, InfraTech Investments
Pinsent Masons, Simon Colvin, Partner and Head of TMT
Pinsent Masons, Natalie Trainor, Partner
Mission Secure, David Drescher, CEO and Co-Founder
Transport for London, Iain Macbeth, Head of Foresight
DWS Infrastructure, Scott Auty, Managing Director
Macquarie Capital, Oliver Bradley, Managing Director, Digital Infrastructure
Mott MacDonald, Mark Enzer, Chief Technical Officer
Utterberry, Heba Bevan, Founder

New possibilities have emerged for the retrofitting/repurposing of existing infrastructure assets with technology such as large-scale data collection, real-time asset monitoring, automation and AI. Whilst this phenomenon is transforming traditional infrastructure, forcing asset owners to rethink their business models, many are increasingly exposed to technological risks that have not been properly assessed.

10:30 - 11:00

Coffee Break

Three successful start-ups discuss the principal challenges they face growing within 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

With the emergence of mobility-as-a-service, business models have evolved and the UK government has taken a leading role in facilitating smart mobility applications. What are the successes and lessons learnt?
• “Roads for the Future” and smart motorways
• Ridesharing economy
• Autonomous vehicles

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

15:45 - 15:45

5G represents the springboard for future technology and data applications. The past 12 months have seen several European countries holding 5G spectrum auctions - what is the status of these supply chain rollouts?
• Partnerships and joint ventures
• Enabling new technologies
• Tenders and implementation progress
• Regulatory framework

17:00

Please note the agenda is subject to change