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Friday, March 13 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
F1 Data Analysis Shifts Gears to Healthcare

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With the reputation as the most expensive sports in the world, a multi-car Formula 1 team’s average annual budget is nearly $500 million dollars. Formula 1 has not only birthed multinational corporations and a viewing audience of over 500 million people, but its innovation and technological advances are permeating a plethora of industries such as cycling, healthcare, and big data.
Formula 1 cars race at speeds over 185 mph and therefore requires the utmost safety features. A race car will have nearly 500 different sensors between the car and the driver in order to collect data to understand the condition of the car, the environment, and the driver. These sensors and data are being applied to healthcare in order to fight obesity, strokes, and arthritis, as well as creating products, such as high-performance bicycles, that have intelligence built into the materials.
The innovation in “Motorsport Valley” is accelerating at Formula 1 speeds; don’t get left behind.

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avatar for Julian Jenkins

Julian Jenkins

VP, R&D, GSK
Julian Jenkins is Vice President, Project Planning and Management, and leader of the Digital Platform Performance Unit at GSK. The digital PPU team are focused on harnessing digital technologies and platforms to transform the way clinical trials are conducted in Pharma R&D. He has a PhD from Nottingham University Medical School in the UK.
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Geoff McGrath

VP, McLaren Applied Technologies
Geoff McGrath trained as a mechanical engineer, initially working in aeronautical, civil, chemical, petroleum and mechanical engineering. Gaining experience, from conceptual engineering through to business development for start-up and blue-chip firms alike, he later switched focus to the world of telecoms, media and entertainment. In 2009, he became the managing director of McLaren Applied Technologies (MAT) and has brought more than 20... Read More →
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Dan Rutstein

Dir UK Trade & Investment, British Consulate General
Daniel Rutstein, UKTI Regional Director, West and Central Region, USA


Friday March 13, 2015 3:30pm - 4:30pm
JW Marriott Room 203-204 110 E 2nd St

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