Ulrika Wilke has a background as a journalist at Swedish Radio, where she had a focus on covering stories and events connected to individuals, companies and organizations in Blekinge. Ulrika has also worked with communication at Blekinge Institute of Technology, where staff and students meet and engage in a creative international environment with education, innovation and development in focus. She has also worked at the National Board of Housing, Building and Planning, mainly as a project manager for digital platforms.
– I am very happy to have been entrusted with moderating Innovation Day. I will come with great curiosity, many questions, creative thinking and maybe a little unexpected entrances to lift and focus on everyone who participates this day with courage and innovative thinking, Ulrika says.
Anne-Marie Eklund-Löwinder is Security Manager at the Internet Foundation (Internetstiftelsen) and security expert. Anne-Marie can answer most questions about strategic information and IT security for both businesses and ordinary users, such as the current information security management system and ISO 27001, but also about encryption, password, security for smart gadgets, cloud services and networks. She’s also one of 14 trusted individuals to hold a key to the Internet, which means the DNSSEC key generation for the internet root zone. Anne-Marie is the only Swede and the only woman with a key. She is also one of the few Swedes who have been inducted into the Internet Hall of Fame.
Michael Björn is Head of Research Agenda at Ericsson Consumer & IndustryLab, and Research Fellow ICT Market Foresight at Ericsson Research. He is studying the process of assimilation of ICT among consumers and in enterprises, is responsible for the annual 10 Hot Consumer Trends report and is also adjunct professor at the Lund University School of Economics and Management.
At Innovation Day, Michael will share some findings from recent Ericsson IndustryLab studies focusing on the future enterprise in terms of digitalization, dematerialization, sustainability and the global workforce. What are the opportunities and challenges going forward? What happens when employees can work remotely using all their senses digitally? And what are the implications if, and when, the full-sense digital enterprise becomes a reality?
Charlotte Hægermark is an intrapreneur, advisor in intrapreneurship and leadership coach. She has a background as a motorsport driver and previously worked at Porsche, Tesla, Saab and Red Bull. Now she runs her own business, helping organizations build their intrapreneurial ability.
(More info: www.charlotteracing.se)
About Charlotte's speech
An organization filled with innovation, curiosity, motivation and creativity is a dream for many of us, but how do you make this reality and make sure that employees are both willing and able to innovate? During this session you will get the knowledge and the tools.
In this webinar, you will get an introduction to intrapreneurship (employee-driven innovation). A tool that is used to increase competitiveness, profit and employee engagement. Make sure to join in order to strengthen your ability to promote innovation and creativity in your current or future workplace.
Among other things, you will gain insights around:
* What intrapreneurship is and why you should engage in it
* How to find the intrapreneurs / the intrapreneur's DNA
* The research-based building blocks for making intrapreneurship exist in established organizations
* What skills are needed to become an innovation-promoting leader
* How to build an innovation-promoting culture
Speaker list are continuously updated
Kye Andersson is responsible for Major Impact Initiatives with AI Sweden, the Swedish National Center for applied Artificial Intelligence. He is currently focusing on accelerating applied AI in Swedish healthcare and Media & Democracy. He is also a delegate of the Swedish AI Council, as well as the Nordic AI Alliance, holds an innovation Grand Prix Winner from Cannes Lions, and has 20 years of experience from digital transformation, international advertising, PR, PA and product and service development.
Kye is convinced that AI will change our world more than any other technology we have seen before. That AI will save millions, and improve the lives of billions. That AI will fundamentally impact health, food production, energy, business and creativity. Everywhere. Across the planet. AI will allow us to do things we haven’t even thought were possible. He is a frequent public speaker, and works regularly with international AI organisations and communities across Europe, North America, Asia and Africa.
Johan Christenson is a serial entrepreneur whom has successfully exited multiple companies he founded. After receiving a graduate degree in Engineering, from Florida Institute of Technology, his focus turned to the digital media space. He has raised money both in the US and Europe from venture capical firms suchas Benchmark Capital and Balderton Capital.
Johan is the founder and CEO of City Network which offers a global public cloud as well as private clouds for enterprises - all based on open source software. City Networks mission is to enable innovation and focuses on enterprises with regulatory challenges such as banks and insurance companies.
Johan sees open infrastructure (IaaS) as critical for all enterprises in order to provide options and create competition in an ever more centralized infrastructure world. He, and the team at City, empower new types of industries and markets to use the power of open infrastructure, to enable and increase innovation in their organizations.
Daniel Melin works with strategic issues around IT operations, data centers and cloud services at the Swedish Tax Agency. Daniel has a government mandate to monitor ENISA's cyber security certification of cloud services and leads the government mission to monitor European cooperation GAIA-X. Daniel has a background as a purchaser at Kammarkollegiet and as a consultant. Daniel was also the investigation secretary in the State Service Center's investigation into a state cloud service.
Anna is a senior digital strategist at Swedish Social Insurance Agency (FK). She is one of the desk officers of the Whitepaper regarding public cloud services FK published in 2019. She has previously worked for the Swedish government with focus on government it operations and in the private sector.
Cloud/Datainfrastructure in Sweden (Panel discussion together with City Network, TheSwedish Social Insurance Agency (Försäkringskassan) and The Swedish TaxAuthority (Skatteverket)
In the Swedish cloud debate, Fredrik Blix is known for trying to sort out and explain misconceptions relating to the interpretation of legal requirements in connection with using public cloud services in Sweden. Most notably he argues that neither the US CLOUD Act nor the EU GDPR requirements on third country data transfer makes it illegal for the Swedish public sector to use leading US cloud providers. Fredrik is Principal at Swedish IT development and security company Cybercom and an associate professor of cybersecurity at Stockholm university. He holds a doctoral degree in computer and systems sciences from KTH/SU, is certified security engineer for both Amazon (AWS) and Google (GCP) cloud platforms.
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Ida-Maja Hassellöv’s research and teachingare focused on the impact of shipping on the marine environment, and she has assisted Swedish authorities in risk assessment of polluting ship wrecks and risks with large-scale use of the flue gas abatement method "seawaterscrubbing" on board ships. Ida-Maja is a member of the Swedish Institute of the Maritime Environment's maritime group and also leads the WGSHIP expert group within the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES).
Shaun Reardon is a principal consultant for DNV cyber security based in Trondheim, Norway. With over 40 years international experience he has worked on projectsfor both central governments and commercial organisations including maritime,oil & gas, energy, renewables and elements of the critical national infrastructure.
For over 26 years he was a detective officer at Scotland Yard in London where he specialised in cyber investigations, digital forensics and intelligence in various units including counter terrorism and international organised crime. He led the cyber operations teamfor the London Olympics in 2012 including the maritime cyber response team.
Mikael Johansson is Head of Section & Principal Consultant with DNV, where he leads the Maritime Advisory Sweden team. Mikael has extensive experience in relation to the energy and shipping industry working with for example energy management and improvement , ship management and operations, digitalisation, HSEQ management and analysis and implementation of new fuels. Mikael has been working as quality manager in integrated shipping company as well as for tonnage supplier in the shipping industry. Mikael has over 20 years’ experience in DNV in various positions working with companies worldwide, based out of Europe and Asia. Mikael is currently located in Gothenburg.
Daniel Lindskär is Sr.Key Account Manager Nordic & Baltic Region at NKT Cables in Karlskrona. In Sep 2020, eight EU member states in the Baltic region signed a joint declaration of intent to develop offshore wind farms in the area of the Baltic sea, and by cooperating between the countries to aim towards the potential to increase from the existing 12GW in EU at least 20 times to by 2050. This is part of the EU green deal to reach the target of climate neutral EU by 2050. There is also targets for year 2030, where EU has a target to have 60 GW installed in Europe. In light of this ambition to develop offshore wind in the Baltics, we are now arranging a session during Innovation Day with focus on the opportunities in future offshore windfarms in the Baltics. Together with Robert Stubb, Roxtec Daniel will share knowledge and insights to be followed by discussions about the ongoing work with offshore windfarms.
Robert Stubb is Head of Wind Power and T&D at Roxtec in Karlskrona. In Sep 2020, eight EU member states in the Baltic region signed a joint declaration of intent to develop offshore wind farms in the area of the Baltic sea, and by cooperating between the countries to aim towards the potential to increase from the existing 12GW in EU at least 20 times to by 2050. This is part of the EU green deal to reach the target of climate neutral EU by 2050. There is also targets for year 2030, where EU has a target to have 60 GW installed in Europe. In light of this ambition to develop offshore wind in the Baltics, we are now arranging a session during Innovation Day with focus on the opportunities in future offshore windfarms in the Baltics. Together with Daniel Lindskär, NKT Cables, Robert will share knowledge and insights to be followed by discussions about the ongoing work with offshore windfarms.
Talarlista uppdateras kontinuerligt
DigitalWell Arena är ett Vinnväxtinitiativ som ska stimulera utveckling av framtidens digitala hälsotjänster. Ett innovationsekosystem byggs upp för att arbeta med innovation tillsammans. Allt i syfte att öka individens egenförmåga och organisationers värdeskapande. För att lyckas satsas det hårt på samspelet mellan offentlig sektor och innovativa företag. Magnus Bårdén, Managing Director för DigitalWell Arena kommer att berätta om satsningen och hur den nu växlas upp i ett nationellt nätverk, Health Innovation of Sweden – en framtida Europeisk Digital Innovationshub, där Blekinges digitala hälsosatsning utgör en viktig pusselbit för att lyckas.
Magnus Bårdén har en lång erfarenhet från företagsledande positioner inom IT, telecom, verkstadsindustri och företagshälsovård. Sedan 5 år är han VD för Compare, ett digitalt kluster i Värmland. Compare är ansvarig organisation för satsningen DigitalWell Arena.
Magnus Wallengren arbetar med innovationsledning inom Hälso- och sjukvård och medicinteknik, i gränsytan mellan offentlig behovsägare och industrins lösningar. Utöver att driva Innovation Skånes testbädd koordinerar Magnus Innovation Skåne-deltagande i EU´s Horisont2020-projekt samt andra samverkansprojekt inom vård och omsorg.
Under Innovation Day kommer Magnus att beskriva tvärsektoriell innovation, dess bakgrund, betydelse och potential. I gränsöverskridande samverkan mellan branscher kan nya, innovativa lösningar på samhälleliga utmaningar inom vård och omsorg bidra till effektivare och bättre vardagliga stöd för patient och medborgare. Digital omställning är en nyckelfaktor som möjliggörare av denna korsbefruktning. Magnus kommer också att lyfta konkreta exempel från relevanta projekt och insatser.
Tommy Brånhede är en mycket engagerad innovationsstrateg startade sin yrkeskarriär inom kärnkraftverksbranschen. Han har även långvarigerfarenhet från IT-branschen där han arbetade under drygt två decennier med många olika verksamheter, bland annat Ericsson och SAAB. Tommy arbetar nu i Region Blekinge och har en stor passion för innovation och värdeskapande förändringar, med fokus på hela kedjan från befolkningens behov och krav som användare av Regionens tjänster till anställda. Lyssna på Tommy under programpunkten "Hur jobbar vi med innovation i Blekinge idag?" i Innovaton Days eHälsospår.
Patrik Sundström är Chief Digital Officer på Sveriges Kommuner och Region (SKR) och leder arbetet med att skapa goda förutsättningar för digital utveckling och samverkan med landets kommuner och regioner. Patrik har arbetat länge med hälso- och sjukvårdens digitalisering och är arkitekt bakom Sveriges Vision e-hälsa 2025. Under Innovation Day kommer Patrik att beskriva hur den digitala vägen till morgondagens hälsa ser ut och hur digitaliseringen gör det omöjliga möjligt.
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Niklas Carlsson is leading the next big step in the long history of Karlskrona. Expo Karlskrona is a five year long enterprise to create the sustainable city and living conditions of tomorrow. Headed by the Municipality of Karlskrona, this joint effort to meet the challenges and opportunities of the future will be an adventure of cooperation and innovation together with private businesses, academia and public organizations.
Ann-Sofie Silverskär is an urban planner at the Municipality of Karlskrona. She has experience from both BIM and GIS environment and focuses on citizen dialogue through visualization using 3D, VR and AR technology in the detailed plans. Since three years back the Municipality of Karlskrona are building a City Information Model of Karlskrona, where they use technologies in AI, IoT, BIM and parametric design. The presentation will be about the development of the digital twin and future thoughts as a realtime digital twin.
Max Nilsson is an urban planner with a specialty in digital tools and processes that help streamline workflow for municipalities in Sweden. Through an unbroken flow of geographical information, S-GROUP Solutions promote proactive rather than reactive planning that drives better decision making. The presentation will be about the new city planning tool ArcGIS Urban which is an immersive 3D experience designed to drive smart urban planning and development.
From the National Board of Housing, Building and Planning we welcome Thomas Johansson, Energy expert and Jonas Larsson, IT-specialist. They will tell us about their mission to introduce an open database for relevant climate data for the building industry and also a system for climate declarations. The building sector has a large part of the society’s environmental and climate impact. Therefore the introduction of climate declarations for new buildings is important. Thomas and Jonas will tell us about the roadmap for the introduction of climate declarations and how the system will be used.