#digidropin #DigitalCatapult First visualisations of images as objects in ‘visual and metric 3D’

3 x-ray images in ‘virtual and metric 3D’ – for the occasion of this Digital Business Drop-In on 9 February.

The Drop-In comprised

  1. a presentation about the Digital Catapult by Kathryn Geels – one of 11 catapults – with 50 staff in this splendid venue opposite Kings Cross
    • Open Calls on CyberSecurity with deadline of 24 February
    • Pit Stops for SMEs to work with sponsors
  2. Jean-Francois Fava Verde about innovateUK
    • mentioning that innovation is based on inspiration
    • announcing a competition in Emerging and Enabling Technologies which may be ‘right’ at long last…
  3. Jon Kingsbury about KTN – the Knowledge Transfer Networks of the UK
    • Digital refer – the ‘networking intelligence’ of 250 organisations behind the KTNs
    • Personal Data and Trust
    • Design Foundations grant funding
    • Horizon 2020: research and innovation initiatives in Europe.
  4. Kriss Baird from the Charitable Trust UFI
  5. Ifty Nasir CEO of Vestd
    • a new way of holding shares to deepen commitment to the company
    • talking about ‘equity incentives’ with these examples as the EQUITY ECONOMY:
      • Crafted Crate
      • Go Jauntly
  6. Three of us ‘start-ups’
    • Security Lancaster – looking to build research and development
    • reroo.co.uk to improve access to train tickets
    • myself
    • Martin Kemp of Xcience on Smart City technology integration.

About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician, software designer, system analyst, event organiser, independent web publisher and online promoter of positivity.
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One Response to #digidropin #DigitalCatapult First visualisations of images as objects in ‘visual and metric 3D’

  1. Reblogged this on Sabine K McNeill and commented:

    Shifting emphasis from ‘social life with meaning’ to ‘professional life with zest’:

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