Lab day event
It’s only a matter of days until the Ogilvy Lab Day Event, which we will be attending. At Clothes Network we provide a Platform that removes the barriers between retailers and their customers. Created by industry leading computer scientists, using Machine Learning AI, Advanced NLP, and Computer Vision technologies our pioneering solutions bring Social Sharing, user content curation and Mobil Apps to the next level and keep ‘connecting the connected.’
It is true to say that our lives are becoming more digital year by year with little boundary between our ‘physical and digital worlds, which are now becoming ever-more blurred and this is set to continue with the rapid proliferation of connected objects and devices.’ Clothes Network has prepared themselves to be the new way of online shopping and for technology changes that will be happening, ‘gearing up for a more connected world.’
The Ogilvy event pivots on our beliefs and understandings. Throughout the day the event will be focusing towards 4 key sectors: work, play, disruption and spaces.
WORKHearing from the experiences of those already using IoT within their business. What worked, what didn’t and what would they do differently?
PLAYTechnology has opened up new ways that we connect and play with the world around us, in this session we will discuss a selection of playable examples that can work for brands to have more fun with its consumer interactions.
DISRUPTIONInnovation is a disrupting force to any process but it is necessary to evolve and keep you ahead of your competitors. In this session we will hear from various experts who will share their learnings of how they successfully disrupted and how you could do too!
SPACESThe spaces we live, work and play in are becoming more connected and are enabling us to create more meaningful experiences with the environment you are in. In this session we will hear from a range of speakers who are looking to connect to the environment we exist in.
We are looking forward to a variety of speakers that are attending the day from Alex Deschamps-Sonsino an interaction designer, product designer and entrepreneaur to Andy Stanford-Clar, Chief Technology Officer.
Andy Stanford-Clark is a IBM Distinguished Engineer and ‘Master Inventor’ with more than 40 patents. An interesting factor is he is highly interested in driving consumer behavior change, something of particular interest to Clothes Network. He has a BSc in Computing and Mathematics, and a PhD in Computer Science, which is why we believe his talks, will be of a spectacular standard and great interest.
Alex Deschamps- Sonsino was named 2nd in Top 100 Internet of Things Thought Leaders and is also in the 2014 top 100 Influential Tech Women on Twitter according to Business Insider.
It is set to be a great event!