Innovation Martlesham company Mvine to deliver presentation.
Mvine Limited will be speaking today at Tommy Flowers Network Spring Conference: ‘Creating Value for Economies - Collaborate, Innovate, Educate’. 23-25 March 2021, a 3-day virtual event organised by Tommy Flowers Network, the group which aims to bring the ICT industry and UK academia together to improve collaboration, and to enable future research leaders to ensure that research outcomes will be fully exploited for a world-leading knowledge economy.
Attendees to Tommy Flowers Network Spring Conference will discover three days of deep-dive presentations from industry sector experts and academics on keys themes and hot topics.
In today’s 10.35am session Joseph Spear, director of communications at Mvine will be providing his industry view on the impact of collaboration for his company and the economy in general. He will be speaking about a publicly funded project to produce a digital vaccine passport and will explain the context, problem definition, solution development and understanding the impact of the innovation.
Frank Joshi, director at Mvine, said: “Digital transformation in the area of proving who you are online and in-person has been fraught with difficulties not usually caused by the technology. Joseph will be presenting on the key problem we had to solve: how do you prove something about you is true without giving away you ID to people you don’t know?”
Today’s presentation will fit to the PGR topic ‘Ideas: how do they become an innovation?’ It will be recorded and be made available online at a future date.
A recording of the presentation can be accessed online via the Tommy Flowers Network website.
You can also learn more about the innovation project being presented via our page on Funded Projects.