27 Sep 2017
- Location London, UK
- Venue The Alan Turing Institute
About the event
Many engineered systems rely on data for their safe and reliable operation - aircraft and motor vehicles, rail networks, pharmaceutical and food supply chains, and other critical infrastructure. Complex integrated systems rely on interoperability of subsystems and the processing of multi-source data. Issues such as data theft, corruption and falsification of sensor data and falsification of information present serious threats to the dependability and safety of these systems.
How can distributed ledgers help us? It is widely believed that distributed ledgers and blockchains hold great promise in financial services. This free event explores their use in engineered systems and launches the Insight report on distributed ledger technologies, commissioned by Lloyd’s Register Foundation and The Alan Turing Institute.
Who should attend
This event is aimed at people in the engineering, academia, industry and media communities.
12:00 Guests arrive
12:15 Welcome by Professor Richard Clegg, Foundation Chief Executive, Lloyd’s Register Foundation
12:25 Overview of distributed ledgers for engineered systems: Professor Mark Girolami, Director Lloyd’s Register Foundation-Turing Programme on Data Centric Engineering and Gary Pogson, Lloyd’s Register Group
12.45 Panel Q&A: Distributed ledgers: hype or hope for engineered systems. Next steps?
13:15 Buffet lunch