#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.
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About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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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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