Speakers

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MORNING PROGRAM (ENG)

Joakim Jardenberg - advisor, business angel, blogger and medieguru

The Internet - our best friend or worst enemy?

Room: Multisalen

Joakim Jardenberg is a revolutionary advocate, futurist and debate in everything that's about old, new, digital and social media. Joakim believe in freedom of expression and in the powers of online in the democratization of our world and has worked in the middle east and northern africa with these issues.

Head of Internet emeritus, City of Helsingborg. Joakim was hired over two year to make sure that the city of Helsingborg became the #1 internet city in the world, and that we used the internet in every way – to be the best city possible.

At Innovation Day, Jardenberg will talk about the Internet - our best friend or worst enemy?

Antonia Ansgariusson, Google

The Future of Digitalisation and Lifelong Learning

Room: Multisalen

Antonia Ansgariusson manages Brand & Reputation for Google Sweden - a section of the marketing organization. In her role she drives crucial partnerships (eg. with the Swedish Public Employment  Service - Arbetsförmedlingen, Almi and a range of Swedish Municipalities) to drive discussions and projects on future of work and lifelong learning. She is responsible for initiatives that aims to keep Sweden in the forefront of digitalisation among nations by offering free of charge trainings in different levels of digital skills through Digitalakademin and digitalajag.se, and engaging in industry events such as Almedalen and Åre Business Forum.

Anders Rosengren, Ericsson

Business opportunities with 5G

Room: Multisalen

Anders Rosengren, head of Architecture & Technology in Business Area Digital Services at Ericsson.

Ericsson Digital Services provides solutions that realize our customers’ digital transformation including software and services in the areas of monetization and management systems (OSS/BSS), telecom core (packet core and communication services), and cloud & NFV (Network Functions Virtualization) infrastructure.

In his role Anders is responsible for defining and securing implementation of Network & Implementation Architecture across the Digital Services portfolio, defining Technology Strategy and development as well as Standardization and Open Source strategy and execution

TRACK: DIGITAL (ENG)

Johan Svenér, Sony Mobile

Driving change, through an Internal Corporate Incubator

Room: J1620

Johan Svenér is Vice President, Research and Incubation & IoT Business Group Europe at Sony Mobile.

Johan manages the internal corporate incubator at Sony Mobile in Lund. Through the integration of the research-, incubation- and the new business organizations, he and his team has managed to successfully leverage the intersection of corporate structures and know-how with start-up logics and entrepreneurial mentality, resulting in several new services being brought to market.

Based on its vast technology assets, products and knowhow, Sony is investing heavily in new offerings within IoT and digitalization solutions. Encapsulating and packaging current and evolving technologies, products and services, that truly address customers and partners needs, is a foundation for sustainable adoption and growth.

Hans Lind, Volvo Group

From Diesel to Data – a 10X disruption of transportation

Room: J1620

Hans Lind is the head of Business Innovation & Foresight at Volvo Group Connected Solutions. He joins us with a deep knowledge in creating services for the commercial vehicle industry. Hans started his career at Ericsson and among positions he led the Dominant Battlespace Awareness lab which showed applications for national security and public safety built on IoT and off-the-shelf systems. 

Since he joined Volvo Group he has been driving advisory services for large greenfield transport operators, led Volvo Buses’ global service development, and since last year been one of the leaders of the Innovation Lab. Hans will talk about how data from connected vehicles, goods, infrastructure and devices is changing the world of transportation.

Bodil Josefsson, Ericsson

5G & IoT Security – the key to enabling trust

Room: J1620

As head of IoT Security, Bodil is responsible for the overall IoT security strategy, including both product security and security offerings for the IoT portfolio. Bodil has also been instrumental in aligning security initiatives across Ericsson, including 5G security, cloud security and network security. Bodil has a background at Ericsson within product management, marketing and sales.

Bodil has global sales experience and has been stationed in Italy, Portugal and South Africa. Before Ericsson, Bodil worked at the Swedish operator Telia and at the Swedish embassy in Paris.

Bodil holds a Master of Science degree in Industrial Engineering and Management from Linköping Institute of Technology, Sweden.

 

Esmiralda Moradian, CGI

AI and security

Room: J1620

Kim Hindart, City Network

Blockchain

Room: J1620

Kim Hindart work as Chief Security Officer and Data Protection Officer at City Network. Kim participate as a developer in different Open Source projects - Symbian, Android, OpenSSH and OpenStack. He has a long background working with Cyber Security and lately that has evolved into Compliance. As a Compliance specialist he translates legal and regulatory requirements into practical operational and technical requirements. Kim will talk about his experiences in blockchain.

Shahid Raza, RISE

Strong Automated Security for Internet of Things

Room: J1620

Shahid Raza is Director at RISE Cybersecurity Lab, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden in Stockholm. The Security Lab is among the largest cybersecurity groups in Sweden consisting of 16 researchers. Shahid graduated with industrial doctor’s degree in cyber security at Mälardalen University. He also holds a Master of Science degree in information and communication systems security from KTH the Royal Institute of Technology. 

TRACK: 
MARITIME TECH
(ENG)

Jörgen Karlsson, ABB Marine

Integrated Marine systems

Room: J1630

Mattias Osbäck, The Swedish Armed Forces

Survivability in the Swedish navy

Room: J1630

Mattias Osbäck is Senior Chief Petty Officer/Development Officer Survivability at The Swedish Armed Forces. At Innovatin Day Mattias will raise the issues "Do the navy require special needs when it comes to survivability? And if so, how do make a navy ship robust enough to survive the challenging combat environment?"

Milla Harju, ECOPRODIGI

Bringing eco-efficiency and digitalisation in Maritime industri

Room: J1630

Milla Harju acts as a Project Manager for ECOPRODIGI, an ambitious project which aims at increasing eco-efficiency in the Baltic Sea region maritime sector by creating and piloting digital solutions. 

ECOPRODIGI brings together 21 actors across the Baltic Sea, including research institutes, maritime industry, and business support organisations. The project addresses both the environmental and economic challenges by increasing eco-efficiency at all stages of the vessel lifecycle from design and building to the use, maintenance, stowage as well as conversion processes. In practice, ECOPRODIGI not only provides highly needed information about the key eco-inefficiencies of the industry, but also concretely develops and pilots digital solutions to better measure, visualise and optimise the industry processes.

Milla will be sharing some of the early results from the project and also providing a glimpse of the technologies which will be used as the solutions.

 

Alexander Lundh, Saab Underwater System

Saab Underwater System – future underwater vechile development.

Room: J1630

Jonathan Andersson, Stena Line

AI-assisted vessels

Room: J1630

Nicholas P. Chotiros, U. S. Office of Naval Research Global

ONR Global Overview

Nicholas P. Chotiros, PhD and Science Director at Assured Access Maritime Battlespace, U. S. Office of Naval Research Global

Room: J1630

SPÅR: eHÄLSA (SWE)

Johan Sanmartin Berglund och Peter Anderberg,
Blekinge Tekniska Högskola

Silver Economy - Geronteknik

Stefan Renvert,
Blekinge Tekniska Högskola

eDent

Rum: J1610

Johan Sanmartin Berglund, Peter Anderberg och Stefan Renvert är forskare vid BTH och jobbar i Health Technology Research Lab – healthtech@bth. Här pågår forskning på hög internationell nivå främst inom äldre och teknik (geronteknik).

De demografiska förändringarna med en åldrande befolkning kan vara en drivkraft i ekonomisk tillväxt.  EU uppskattar att den samlade köpkraften (”silverekonomin”) hos den Europeiska befolkningen över 65 år uppgår till 3000 miljarder EUR. En stor del av detta kommer att spenderas på olika former av teknik för att möjliggöra ett aktivt och hälsosamt åldrande, ett starkt och växande område som får alltmer uppmärksamhet. Allt fler företag börjar upptäcka den ekonomiska potential som finns i att anpassa och utveckla teknik för den växande gruppen äldre. Det efterfrågas forskning på området för att förstå hur digitalisering påverkar denna grupp och många av forskargruppens resultat skulle kunna omvandlas till produkter och tjänster.

Frida Lundmark, Vinnova

Projektfinansiering eHälsa

Rum: J1610

Vinnova är Sveriges innovationsmyndighet vars uppgift är att bidra till hållbar tillväxt genom att förbättra förutsättningarna för innovation. Det görs främst genom att ge bidrag till innovationsprojekt och forskning som behövs för att utveckla nya lösningar. Vinnova satsar också långsiktigt på starka forsknings- och innovationsmiljöer samt stimulerar samverkan mellan företag, universitet och högskolor, offentlig verksamhet, civilsamhället och andra aktörer. Verksamheten är även inriktad på att stärka internationell samverkan. 

Varje år satsar Vinnova ungefär tre miljarder kronor för att främja innovation. Merparten fördelas genom utlysningar där företag, offentliga aktörer och andra organisationer kan söka finansiering. 

Frida Lundmark är handläggare på Vinnova. Under Innovation Day berättar hon om Vinnovas finansiering av innovationsprojekt och vilka insatser för finansiering Vinnova har med koppling till eHälsa.

Bernt Johnsson, Pensionärernas riksorganisation (PRO)

Teknik för äldre

Rum: J1610

Kent Lewén, Prostatacancerföreningen Viktor

Teknik för äldre

Rum: J1610

Maj-Britt Pålsson, SPF Seniorerna

Teknik för äldre

Rum: J1610

Helene Bjerstedt, Region Blekinge

Distansmonitorering och digitala verktyg för mobila arbetssätt

Rum: J1610

Helene Bjerstedt arbetar som hälso- och sjukvårdsstrateg vid Utvecklingsenheten i Region Blekinge.
I den påbörjade transformationen till Nära vård finns vården där och när patienten och invånaren behöver den. Region Blekinge har i den kontexten påbörjat arbete med att införa distansmonitorering och digitala verktyg för mobila arbetssätt för att möta behoven hos exempelvis multisjuka med komplexa behov utifrån ett hälso- och sjukvårdsperspektiv men även utifrån ett omsorgsperspektiv. Det ger möjligheter men också utmaningar. Helenes roll innebär att stödja hälso- och sjukvården i införandet och att säkerställa ett ordnat införande i Region Blekinge.

Daniel Persson, Min Doktor

Digitalisering av vården - mer än bara digitala besök

Rum: J1610

Min Doktor grundades 2013 av en skånsk läkare som såg behovet av ett nytt sätt att arbeta och att digitalisering utgjorde en möjlighet att förbättra situationen för såväl patienter som vårdprofessionella. Tillsammans har erfarna läkare och ledande expertis inom utveckling och it-säkerhet byggt upp Min Doktor till att bli Sveriges ledande digitala vårdgivare. 

Digitaliseringen innebär ett paradigmskifte, men förutom digitala besök, vad innebär det mer för både individ, profession och system? Daniel Persson, affärsutvecklare på Min Doktor delar med sig av sina erfarenheter efter att ha jobbat med digitala vårdflöden de senaste 4 åren.

Lars Gelander, Region Blekinge

Providing digital home care for the complex patient (SWE)

Rum: J1610

Lars Gelander, vice CEO of the new concept of Near Care in the Region of Blekinge.

Region of Blekinge is adopting the newly introduced concept of moving care closer to the citizens and out of the hospital. For the care givers this will mean a closer responsibility for the care team to care for its patients. The concept also demands for monitoring of severely sick patients in their home, possibility to perform advanced examinations that can be evaluate by experts or AI on-line and of course increase in proactive digital contact between patients and care givers.

In his role Lars is responsible for adapting care using defined process structures that provides support for the medical staff to provide high quality to every patient and in every moment of care. A special challenge is that many patients have multiple disorders where processes need to be integrated to fit the needs of the single patient.

TRACK: 
STENA LINE PROPELLER
PRIZE PITCH (ENG)

Presentations from three nominees in the area ICT and three nominees in the area Maritime Technology.

Room: J1640

Kategory ICT:

– AllBinary, is committed to helping cities and industries reap the full benefit of the Internet of Things revolution offering both products (Senseview, All Safety) and services.

– Energinium, provides a smart platform for energy management, optimisation and CO2 reduction solutions for energy-intensive industries.

– Sownder, provides AI and data-driven decision support system that provides intelligent and cost-efficient scheduling of scarce resources in healthcare and industrial processes.

Kategory Maritime Technology:

– Ride Awake, manufactures premium electric surfboards with a patent-pending linear electric drive system that is much more efficient than a jet system.

– Searis Technologies, focuses on designing and producing USVs (Unmanned Surface Vehicles) for hydrographic and scientific applications.

– SubDetect, an affordable way to send data with ultra sound in underwater conditions. DiverFinder, enables dive leaders or boats to keep track of divers in a group.

About Stena Line Propeller Prize
Stena Line Propeller Prize is an entrepreneur prize granted annually to young businesses in the ICT and Maritime Technology arena. Two young growth companies win 100 000 SEK each. Stena Line Propeller Prize is announced by Blue Science Park and includes three nominees in ICT and three in Maritime Technology. The award ceremony takes place during the Innovation Dinner, the evening event at Innovation Day March 7th at Blekinge Institute of Technology in Karlskrona.