Innovation Workshop Q3 2019
InsurLab Germany Innovation Workshop Q3/2019 “IoT in product development and loss prevention”
InsurLab Germany Innovation Workshop Q3/2019 “IoT in Product Development and Damage Prevention” (IoT)
Together with selected start-ups and our members, we want to work intensively on joint project ideas and concrete PoC approaches. With this in mind, we cordially invite you as a member to our innovation workshop “IoT in Product Development and Damage Prevention” on 8 October 2019 at the InsurLab Germany Campus in Cologne.
After an exclusive keynote speech by Apple, four hand-picked IoT start-ups will present their solutions. The workshop participants will then meet in small groups to work intensively with two different founders on possible applications in two consecutive sessions. The aim of the workshop is to define concrete use cases and to derive possible follow-up projects that ideally lead to a joint proof of concept (PoC) or pilot project.
After an exclusive keynote from Apple, four hand-picked IoT start-ups will present their solutions. The workshop participants will then meet in small groups to work intensively with two different founders on possible applications in two consecutive sessions. The aim of the workshop is to define concrete use cases and derive possible follow-up projects that ideally lead to a joint proof of concept (PoC) or pilot project.
The following startups await you in our third Innovation Workshop 2019:
AssistMe develops trend-setting technologies for the care sector. These enable care providers to make the transition from standardized to personalized care in order to provide the highest quality of care. Their networked solutions free nursing staff from inefficient, stressful work and support a dignified, healthy life for people in need of care. >> Learn more
Sensefinity offers both fullstack and modular IoT solutions to help companies bring their non-digital products to the Internet of Things – from hardware to custom web and mobile applications for their customers. They work with specially developed “sensoroids” that can send and receive information and securely manage your data on a block-chain basis. >> Learn more
Noah® is part of the de:hubs “Smart System” and offers a system of IoT platform and sensors for an effective and efficient real-time control of different building types – from residential and commercial real estate to shopping centers to hotels or nursing homes. Building management service providers can use the platform to constantly access all sensors and control elements and to easily and reliably control and monitor large environments. >> Learn more
twingz is a specialist for predictive analytics solutions with offices in Vienna and Amsterdam. It recognizes the activities of devices by reading meter data feeds from electricity meters and provides valuable insights for its B2B customers such as insurance companies and utilities, which in turn deliver to their customer base of SMEs and consumers. The main benefits are the prevention of fire damage, which enables predictive maintenance and energy savings. >> learn more
The agenda of the Innovation Workshop is as follows:
- 09:30 Open Doors
- 09:45 Start of programme Introduction of the participants* and the event format
- 10:00 Keynote/Topic Intro by Apple (focus on Apple Watch, Healthcare, Home Kit)
- 10:40 Pitch Session incl. Q&A Round
- 12:00 Lunch break
- 13:00 Group division
- 13:15 Workshop session with startup (favorite 1)
- 15:15 Coffee break
- 15:30 Workshop session with startup (Favorit 2)
- 17:30 Presentation of results & definition of possible follow-up projects
- 18:15 Networking/End
After a short impulse lecture on the topic and pitches of the four hand-picked start-ups, the participants* come together in small groups to work intensively on possible applications of the preferred solution. The aim is to define concrete use cases and derive possible follow-up projects that ideally lead to a joint proof of concept (PoC) or pilot projects.
The number of participants is limited to 28. The first-come-first-serve principle applies.
Please note that the Innovation Workshop is primarily aimed at insurance companies or member companies that have a concrete interest in implementing PoCs and pilot projects with the above-mentioned start-ups. If more than 28 members are interested in the format, we will finally admit those who meet this criterion the most.
Additional note: In order to generate promising use cases and PoC approaches, please make sure when selecting your representatives that they have decision-making authority and the necessary technical and process know-how to work together with the startups on the following issues.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Herbert Jansky (email@example.com) or Bianca Finkel (firstname.lastname@example.org).