On Tuesday June 11, the Relink conference officially kicked off the RELINK project. Speakers representing project partners, stakeholders, advisory board and collaborative projects delivered an interesting and complimentary mix of perspectives on smart and connected homes. The conference finished off with a panel debate with all the presenters, moderated by Joakim Valevatn from the Norwegian Board of Technology.
Program with links to presentations:
09.00-09.10 Welcome by Eivind Jacobsen, Director at SIFO/OsloMet
09.10-09.25 Relink: questions and project ambitions
Ardis Storm-Mathisen, SIFO, OsloMet: The Relink project – questions and ambitions
Looking forward, learning from the past – policies and prospects
09.25-09.50 The European citizen-consumer – rethinking digital competence in the era of IoT?
Antonia Fokkema, DG Justice and Consumers, European Commission: Consumer Challenges in Digital Markets
09.50-10.15 Will IoT technology actually reshape our future – or is it just another hype?
Dhoya Snijders, Rathenau Institute: How IoT is shaping our society
10.15-10.30 Coffee break
Connected people, connected homes – challenges and experiences
10.30-10.55 Safeguarding Home IoT environments – lessons from the H2020 GHOST project
Marios Anagnostopoulos, NTNU: GHOST- Safe-Guarding Home IoT Environments woth Personalised Real-time risk control
10.55-11.20 Cyber-hygiene at home – lessons from PETRAS IoT research projects
John Blythe, UCL/CybSafe, Petras Research Hub
11.20-11.45 IoT in Norwegian Homes – preliminary findings from Relink survey
Dag Slettemeås, SIFO/OsloMet: Relink- Preliminary Survey Results on Home IoT
11.45-12.30 Panel debate – presenters discuss challenges and opportunities
Moderator: Joakim Valevatn, Norwegian Board of Technology
12.30-14.00 Lunch for all conference participants