All lectures will be held in Swedish
September 12 – “Innovation Day”
Take the opportunity to visit the sammal exhibition area where various products and services are displayed. The exhibition area will be open between 12.00 and 18.00.
13.00–13.30 Secret diary of a security geek!
David Jacoby, Kaspersky Lab
Vulnerabilities, intrusions, malware and exploits. Everyday we read about companies that have been hacked or security researchers who have found new ways to break into computer systems. How does hackers exploit theese vulnerabilities and what does it actually mean for a company to be hacked? David Jacobys presentation styles are very dynamic and provocative but include a lot of humor, live demos and interaction with the audience.
13.30–13.50 Innovative Product Development
Prof. Tobias Larsson, Blekinge Institute of Technology”
Tobias has experience from the aerospace, automotive and industrial manufacturing sector and today he leads research in product development at Blekinge Institute of Technology. This session will deal with the increasingly important early phases of product development. How you deal with needs and opportunities, form creative teams and support them with methods to create uncontested value on the market place. Examples will be drawn from within the industrial and academic collaboration withVolvo, Airbus and Stanford University.
13.50–14.30 Future of Mobile and Openness
Troed Sångberg, Sony Mobile Communications
Troed Sangberg is a futurist working at the Sony Mobile Technology Office. With a core technical background and a keen interest in changes in society, culture and the human mind he tries to explore, expand and project the resulting impacts onto the world around us. After 14 years of mobile experience in developing, project leading and directing strategy at companies ranging from Ericsson, Symbian, TietoEnator to Sony one recurring question is what creates success. Skill, or chance?
In 2007 Måns Adler founded the video service Bambuser that enable everybody to live stream video from mobile phone or webcam. His professional portfolio also include projects for Linden labs (Second life) in San Francisco. At the moment Måns is focusing on setting up a lab environment at Medea, Malmö University – a “factory” where people can come and prototype for the internet of things. He is also Program Manager for the ”Mobile Design and Development” at Hyper Island.
Jonas Birgersson, CEO Labs2
Jonas Birgersson, CEO Labs2 Broadband pioneer and serial entrepreneur with a passion for entrepreneurship and innovation. Known from Framfab and Bredbandsbolaget. Today, CEO for Labs², chairman of ViaEuropa and business advisor at Teknopol.
16.15–17.15 “Om man hyvlar blir det spån”
Lars-Johan Jarnheimer, Chairman of the Board Eniro, CDON. Boardmember IKEA, Egmont. Former CEO Tele2, Comviq and Board Member of MTG and Millicom International
Listen to this experienced and respected leader who promotes customer focus and “management by grandma”. 2003 he was appointed as “leader of the year”. Lars-Johan will talk about “markets in change”.
Panel debate on innovation, presentation of some innovative product concepts and students from Hyper Island presents their Media Market Analysis.
19.30–20.00 Mingle and Entertainment at Hall of Galleon Figureheads
20.00–23.00 Banquet Dinner and Entertainment at Naval Museum – Skeppsgossen
After an exclusive guided boat tour in the Karlskrona archipelago and the world heritage, we arrive to the Naval Museum, where we will be entertained and served dinner in the museum’s majestic halls. More information on this evening arrangement will be presented closer to the event.
September 13 – “Business Day”
Take the opportunity to visit the sammal exhibition area where various products and services are displayed. The exhibition area will be open between 07.45 and 18.00.
Serial entrepreneur in new business developments, with almost 30 years experience from the Telecom and Consumer Electronic Industry. He made the first exam work in applied mathematics at LTH and pioneered in RF system design on silicon in the world’s first GSM receiver. Tord was part of the group of inventors of Bluetooth, the initiator and first President of Ericsson Mobile Platforms and Head of Samsung’s development in Europe. Today he is the Site Manager of Huawei in Lund and board member and chairman in some very promising start-ups in the region.
The IaaS provider: What works and what to consider before entering cloud computing Johan Christensson, Chairman of the Board – City Network
What are the reasons companies are moving to an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) provider or a public cloud today? Is it still cost that is the main driver? Are companies choosing private over public? How is downtime affecting companies choices? A quick over view of the market and some hints and tips to make a better choice.
New demands and possibilities with storage solutions in the cloud
Stefan Bernbo, CEO – Compuverde
Stefan will talk about how cloud services changes the requirements on storage solutions, and also what problems they create and what the solutions could be. He will also talk about the shift towards that more and more services gets virtualized and how that affects the storage systems.
We will look at different research trends and challenges in cloud computing, including security, real-time aspects, and trade-off between different qualities such as performance and energy consumption. One interesting aspect is hybrid system architectures which partly use the cloud and partly rely on traditional hardware configurations. Virtualization and techniques and strategies for live migration of virtual servers between physical servers, is also one of the research challenges that we will mention.
As the world keeps getting more and more fragmented of different devices and users connecting almost everywhere all the time there is a really sharp edge balancing user demand and development and maintanance resources. SVT early made a hard choise going responsive all the way as a way to manage that balance act and now it is starting to pay off.
11.00–11.30 Networked Innovation – ICT as game changer
Erik Kruse, Strategic Marketing Manager & Evangelist, Ericsson Networked Society Lab.
Erik is an expert in consumer demands, industry and social dynamics, and forecasting ICT evolutionary trends. He spends his time on company strategies and conducting research into future trends and requirements. He is the co-author of The Networked Home, and author of A Journey to the Third Place. Erik will take us through; – From research labs to open innovation – Harnessing the market of innovation – Expanding industrial value systems
Fredrik will talk about how to overcome market barriers in M2M from a MNO perspective. He has worked with M2M/telematics since 1995, specifically within the automotive sector. He joined Telenor Sweden in 2001 were he has been influential in developing the telematics business. One of his main assignments has been the project “connected objects”, which at the end of 2008 resulted in the company Telenor Connexion. As a member of the Telenor Connexion management team, Fredric has been highly instrumental in helping the company reach the position as the leading global M2M connectivity provider.
Magnus will talk about how Smart Meters can help save the planet. He has worked with M2M/mobile communications for more than 20 years, the last years as CEO for the Smart Metering company Kamstrup in Karlskrona. Before he lead growth companies in Mobile Security/ID to Awards after the journey of building the Mobile Operator Europolitan and the Global Operator Vodafone from start, establishing the 2G and 3G networks as Deputy CEO.
Johan will take us through Windows 8 and it’s new advantages for the mobile workforce. What’s important for consumers in their buying decisions and many other dimensions of the exciting mobile industry.
Henrik will talk about the regional electric vehicle project Greencharge Southeast that use smart IT, strategic sustainability methods and a broad cooperation within and business, academia and authorities to pave the way for a successful and sustainable transport system in southeast Sweden.
Lars has more than 25 years of international experience in ICT industries and have headed up senior executives sales roles in companies like Sun Microsystems and IBM Global Services with focus on sales of new innovative solutions and services cross industries. Lars has extensive experience of bringing new value based solutions to the global market and have lead several pioneering activities during his career. He joined Ericsson in 2008 as Head of Customer Unit Sweden and held that role until 2010 when he took on the present position.
Maciej is one of the founders of the swedish company Mobuylr. He has taken the mobile payments to a whole new level, creating a smart and effective M2M solution that works offline and online. Even though his age is far below the average, life experience has no matter in his entrepreneurial skill. He is considered one of the sharpest younglings in Sweden and no matter what, he wants to imprint the world with his name.
The four largest Swedish mobile operators have launched a unique collaboration within mobile payments. WyWallet takes its starting point in today’s mobile payments. Using smartphones and with operators and retailers, the company will release online shopping from card hassles. On the horizon are contactless payments in stores. What is the recipe for success when to change behavior, challenge ingrained business models and solve a problem that is not really so great?
How can we make it easier to pay? We don´t want to be dependent on cash and we want payments to happen directly –here and now! The answer is the smartphone and an application where the money arrives within a few seconds. For us banks it represent the first step towards the future way of paying. A future where the wallet actually can be forgotten. And where the money always is accessible in an easy way. For that’s what Swish is about. Payments made easier. www.getswish.se
Per Hägerö is an long-term expert in the field of security and one of the key focus areas for Per at Nexus is to manage innovation and the future roadmap at Nexus. Per will talk about how the consumerization, cloud, social and mobile is chaining the fundaments for security in the Enterprise and how enterprises can embrace BYOD securely and take full advantage of of all the benefits it offers.
Per-Ola and Mats will talk about Secure Application Framework (SAF), a framework for creating secure internal enterprise applications. The security measures are built into the application instead of the mobile telephone and hence the security is easy to verify. This is called Mobile Application Management (MAM). Secure Application Framework can be used in iOS and Android applications and is also offered as part of WIP’s managed “Secure Intranet” solution which gives secure access to SharePoint, web applications and other identification services for iPhone, iPad and Android.
Jenny Stromberg has many years of experience in telecommunications and is the CEO of Inquso, a software company that is active in the rapidly growing field of Mobile Device Management. She will talk about challanges due to increased mobility of companies and the strongest trends addressed to these challenges.
The focus of this talk is concerning relationship, interactions, and value between the information content and the structural properties of social networks. We view the online social network as a vehicle for propagating information (or innovations) of various kinds. Depending on the available structural topology (or the structure of overlapping communities), some information might get propagated much faster/wider, while other information might never be practically accessible by most of the population. Thus, it is valuable to develop a model to analyze and predict the information content’s value according to the integration of social and information networks. Furthermore, the “value” can be used to determine the outcome of opinion formation within a community (or multiple communities) based on the available information contents. The possible applications following this principle include search engine and wikipedia. Second, we also see the information content as a critical factor to push the evolution of the social community structure. We will discuss how contents might possibly affect the structural properties of online social networks such as social capital.
19.30–21.00 Cut The Wire Award cermony
Companies, customers and individuals are rewarded for exciting, innovative and successful ventures in mobile services during festive circumstances.
After the award ceremony this year’s event will close with a great party, live music entertainment and DJ. Get ready to sparkle and swing.