‘How Britain can become the World Leader of the Fourth Industrial Revolution’
David Stringer-Lamarre was pleased to attend this IoD Central London Branch, Young Directors Forum, event at Arbuthnot Latham in the City of London.
The guests were welcomed by Tomasz Letniowski, Chairman of IoD Central London Young Directors Forum.
The Event Chairman was James Fleming – Vice-Chairman, Arbuthnot Latham & Co. Ltd
- Alan Mak MP for Havant
- Gianvito Lanzolla, Professor of Strategy at Cass Business School London
- Jeffrey Thomas, Co-Founder of Skyscape Cloud Services now trading as UKCloud Limited
- Nabil Lodey – Head of Internet of Things at Fujitsu
It was stated that the First Industrial Revolution brought in mechanical production powered by water and steam. The Second Industrial Revolution ushered in a wave of ‘mass production’. The Third Industrial Revolution brought digital capabilities to billions of people. The Fourth Industrial Revolution will fundamentally change the way we live, work and relate to one another. People will see a range of new technologies, which will build upon and augment each other in a fusion of the physical, digital and biological worlds at an exponential rate. This includes, the ‘Internet of Things’. Artificial Intelligence. Robotics. 3D/4D Printing. Autonomous Vehicles.
Left to right: Tomasz Letniowski, Alan Mak MP, James Fleming & David Stringer-Lamarre