fr
THE FUTURE OF HEALTH: Impact of Revolution 3.0 THE FUTURE OF HEALTH: Impact of Revolution 3.0
October 7, 2016 La Scéna, Montréal 8 : 00 AM

Greater Montreal Conference

 THE FUTURE OF HEALTH: Impact of Revolution 3.0

 

The Internet of Things, big data and cloud computing are transforming large institutions.

Come discover the revolution 3.0 impact on the health sector with:

  • Tom Emrich, internationally renowned speaker
  • Quebec’s leading experts in the field 

Have access to:

  • a network of influencers and contractors
  • innovative business cases
  • the most up-to-date and emerging technologies

 

BUY YOUR TICKET 

 

Tom EMRICH

Tom EMRICH

Wearable Tech Expert, Founder of We Are Wearables

As an expert columnist and world-renowned influencer in the domain of wearable technology, Tom is listed as an expert source for various influential publications and written media. His expertise is sought after by major companies like Telus, Best Buy Canada and Intel. Tom founded We Are Wearables, which is the world’s largest community dedicated to wearable technology, with more than 90,000 members to date. He is considered among the top three most influential people in wearable tech and ranks 26th among the Top 100 Influencers for Virtual Reality, according to Onalytica.

Event Schedule

October 7, 2016
8 : 00 AMWELCOME

The Greater Montreal Conference is hosted by Samual Rispal.

8 : 30 AMINTRODUCTON
8 : 50 AMopening conference – THE INTERNET OF THINGS: DEFINITIONS AND CHALLENGES

Expert: Tom Emrich of We Are Wearables

 

9 : 30 AMConference – THE INTERNET OF THINGS AND HEALTH

Expert: Pierre-Alexandre Fournier of Hexoskin

10 : 00 AMNETWORKING BREAK
10 : 30 AMConference - BIG DATA HEALTH

Expert: Valérie Lamontagne of IVADO

11 : 00 AMExpert panel - NEW THREATS, NEW ARRIVALS AND CYBER RISK: WHAT ARE THE EMERGENCIES FOR THE HEALTH SECTOR FACED WITH THE DISRUPTION OF BIG DATA?

Experts: Tom Emrich (We Are Wearables), Valérie Bécaert (IVADO), Pierre-Alexandre Fournier (Hexoskin) and Françoys Labonté (CRIM)

Hosted by Philippe Nieuwbourg (Objecteo) 

12 : 00 PMTELUS CONFERENCE LUNCH

1 : 30Conference - BEYOND CO-CREATION AND CO-DESIGN: USER-LED INNOVATION IN THE HEALTH CENTRES OF THE 21ST CENTURY

Expert: Alexandre Berkesse of The Centre of Excellence on Partnership with Patients and the Public

2 : 00Conference - VIRTUAL REALITY AND HEALTH: FICTION OR REALITY?

Expert: Frédéroc Guarino of Montreal's VR Valley Network

2 : 30Conference - WEARABLE AND PORTABLE DEVICE TECHNOLOGIES APPLIED TO HEALTH

Expert: Valérie Lamontagne of 3lectromode

3 : 00CONCLUSION
3: 30TELUS COCKTAIL HOUR

Speakers

Samuel Rispal

Samuel Rispal

Co-Founder and Innovation Consultant , Lynks

Samuel Rispal

Co-Founder and Innovation Consultant, Lynks

Samuel holds an engineering diploma in electrical engineering from France’s INSA Lyon, and a Masters in robotics and artificial intelligence from Montreal’s École de Technologie Supérieure (ÉTS). After various collaborations with the ÉTS innovation management lab, as well as with Mosaic (the innovation and creativity hub of Montreal’s HEC), Samuel became an innovation management consultant. He has accompanied various organizations and teams in developing new projects with an approach that uses design thinking and open innovation. He recently founded his own company, Lynks, which accompanies businesses in their innovation management from a place of profound conviction: it is crucial to invest in people in order to increase the quality of innovation. To achieve this, various services are offered that put the emphasis on a comprehensive user experience, a multidisciplinary project management and a process that stimulates open innovation.

Philippe Nieuwbourg

Philippe Nieuwbourg

Founder & independent analyst and journalist , Decideo, Objecteo

Philippe Nieuwbourg

Founder & independent analyst and journalist, Decideo, Objecteo

Philippe Nieuwbourg is an independent analyst and journalist, specialized in decision support systems and data analytics. He founded the web community Decideo, a French and Spanish speaking social network of 15,000 professionals. Decideo is the leading web community about big data and data analytics tools. After the data driven economy, Internet of Things and Industry 4.0 will generate more and more content and data to create value from. He founded Objecteo, a research, training and consultancy company around connected objects and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). He is a lecturer in France (ISAE-Supaéro) and Québec (Collège de Bois de Boulogne, Data Science Institute), and gives each year dozens of conferences in Europe, Canada, and South America. He published several books about Big Data, CRM, eMarketPlaces, and his next book will highlight the combined potential of connected objects, data and algorithms. To get in touch: @nieuwbourg or philippe.nieuwbourg@objecteo.com

Pierre-Alexandre Fournier

Pierre-Alexandre Fournier

Co-Founder and CEO , Hexoskin

Pierre-Alexandre Fournier

Co-Founder and CEO, Hexoskin

Pierre-Alexandre Fournier is co-founder and CEO of Hexoskin, a connected health technology company based in Montreal that focuses on smart clothing design and intelligent software for health and performance. Hexoskin was founded in 2006, and launched in 2013 the first iPhone compatible smart clothing for health monitoring, which won several international awards. His work at Hexoskin includes the design of new wearable health sensors for space missions, clinical trials, chronic diseases, and machine learning for health analysis. Pierre-Alexandre is also an advisor for transparency in healthcare, patient empowerment, and healthcare innovation through design.

Valérie Bécaert

Valérie Bécaert

Executive Director , IVADO

Valérie Bécaert

Executive Director, IVADO

Valérie is Executive Director of the Institute for Data Valorization (IVADO), which unites the expertise of more than 900 scientists and works towards economically and socially valorizing data from any origin and in any form. She holds a PhD in chemical engineering with a focus on environmental modelling from Polytechnique Montréal. Her career began as a researcher in life cycle analysis, a powerful tool that models the potential impact of human activities on our environment. She then became the director of CIRAIG (the interuniversity research centre for the life cycle of products, processes and services) and the co-founder of CIRODD (the centre for interdisciplinary research on the operationalization of sustainable development), for which she was also the director. It is through her work to resolve environmental problems with researchers in optimization and mathematics that she became convinced that our capacity to generate, analyze and valorize data will change the world.

Alexandre Berkesse

Alexandre Berkesse

Management Consultant and Lecturer, Social Philosophy Researcher , Centre of Excellence on Partnership with Patients and the Public (CEPPP)

Alexandre Berkesse

Management Consultant and Lecturer, Social Philosophy Researcher, Centre of Excellence on Partnership with Patients and the Public (CEPPP)

As a management consultant and lecturer, a social philosophy researcher, and a PhD candidate in philosophy, Alexandre has, since 2010, contributed to the cultural and organizational transformation of Canada’s health ecosystem. He was project manager for the Université de Montréal’s medical program reform from 2010 to 2013, and has since been an academic advisor for the faculty’s Direction Collaboration et Partenariat Patient. His first initiatives in the area of basic and continued training of current and future health professionals were realized by contributing to the training of more than 150 patient-trainers, as well as in placing the culture of partnership with patients at the heart of health professional curriculums. The Patient-Partner Project led by the Direction Collaboration et Partenariat Patient was not only implemented in the area of teaching, but also in both health care and research. For example, in the area of health care, Alexandre was responsible for the Lean Santé mandate from 2013 to 2015, in collaboration with the Ministère de la Santé et des Services Sociaux du Québec (MSSSQ), with whom he coordinated and accompanied the implementation of patient partnership practices at the heart of continuous improvement projects (kaizen, gemba, Deming cycle, etc.) in 19 health care and social service establishments in Quebec. In the area of research, Alexandre accompanied the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) in elaborating Canada’s Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR), as well as in implementing it within four Canadian research networks. Today, he puts his knowledge and experience to work as Director of the École du partenariat en santé at the Centre of Excellence on Partnership with Patients and the Public (CEPP), through which he makes available to the public (including patients, caregivers, health professionals and public decision-makers) spaces for learning and experimentation where people can develop practical skills in health partnership. In this way, L’école du partenariat contributes to developing the healthy society of tomorrow.

FRÉDÉRIC GUARINO

FRÉDÉRIC GUARINO

Founder , Montreal’s VR Valley Network

FRÉDÉRIC GUARINO

Founder, Montreal’s VR Valley Network

Frédéric has worked at the intersection between media, content and technology for close to 20 years. In doing so, he’s worn many hats: artist agent, producer, entrepreneur/startupper in the mobile content industry and co-director of a lab for a French advertisement group. He is the founder of Montreal’s VR Valley Network, whose mission is to consolidate the links between film/tv and game milieus, and from there, to include the domains of aerospace and health sciences, thus creating connections between all parties involved in Virtual and Augmented Reality. With MUTEK, Frédéric launched the VR Salons, having already seen two successful editions. In addition, he works as a VR strategist for various brands, agencies and institutions, while contributing to the Canada Media Fund’s Trends blog, and maintaining the Mediaquake blog on Medium. He is also an amateur historian of cultural economy, specifically of the link between technical advances and their impact on new visual narratives.

Valérie Lamontagne

Valérie Lamontagne

Owner & designer , 3lectromode

Valérie Lamontagne

Owner & designer, 3lectromode

Valérie Lamontagne is a Montréal artist-designer, curator, and PhD scholar researching “Performative Wearables: Bodies, Fashion and Technology” at Concordia University where she teaches in the Department of Design & Computation Arts. She is the owner & designer at 3lectromode, a wearable electronics atelier and founder & creative director of Agence Simultanée, a post-digital design lab. Valérie has curated and collaborated on numerous design and media arts exhibitions and events such as acting as Creative Lead of Cirque du Soleil’s C:Lab and co-curating "The Future of Fashion is Now" at Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands (2014). Past clients and collaborators have included: Clausette, France; ElektroCouture, Germany; Atelier Néerlandais and CLICKNL, Netherlands; Cirque du Soleil, Canada; Connectivity Lab / MEDEA, Sweden; Future Textiles, Denmark; Living in Digital Times, USA; Fashioning-Tech, USA.

FRANÇOYS LABONTÉ

FRANÇOYS LABONTÉ

General Manager , CRIM

FRANÇOYS LABONTÉ

General Manager, CRIM

Françoys has more than 20 years of experience in information technology, particularly in the areas of research, development, technology transfer and commercialization. He holds a PhD and MASc from École Polytechnique de Montréal and a BEng from McGill University. He became the Director of CRIM in August 2010, working also in the development of business, innovation and commercialization. In March 2015, he took over as General Manager. Françoys also worked for eight years with companies at the forefront of technological innovation, mainly in the medical imaging field. During this time, he had the opportunity to develop a multidisciplinary expertise in key elements related to the technological side of business management, following the development of new products right up to their commercialization.

Event Location

Pavillon Jacques-Cartier, Jacques-Cartier Quay
(opposite Place Jacques-Cartier), Quays of the Old Port of Montreal

In collaboration with

TechnoMontréal - Collaborateur 0
TechnoMontréal - Collaborateur 1

In partnership with

TechnoMontréal - Collaborateur 0
TechnoMontréal - Collaborateur 1
TechnoMontréal - Collaborateur 2
TechnoMontréal - Collaborateur 3
TechnoMontréal - Collaborateur 4
TechnoMontréal - Collaborateur 5
TechnoMontréal - Collaborateur 6
TechnoMontréal - Collaborateur 7

Speakers

Samuel Rispal

Samuel Rispal

Co-Founder and Innovation Consultant , Lynks

Samuel Rispal

Co-Founder and Innovation Consultant, Lynks

Samuel holds an engineering diploma in electrical engineering from France’s INSA Lyon, and a Masters in robotics and artificial intelligence from Montreal’s École de Technologie Supérieure (ÉTS). After various collaborations with the ÉTS innovation management lab, as well as with Mosaic (the innovation and creativity hub of Montreal’s HEC), Samuel became an innovation management consultant. He has accompanied various organizations and teams in developing new projects with an approach that uses design thinking and open innovation. He recently founded his own company, Lynks, which accompanies businesses in their innovation management from a place of profound conviction: it is crucial to invest in people in order to increase the quality of innovation. To achieve this, various services are offered that put the emphasis on a comprehensive user experience, a multidisciplinary project management and a process that stimulates open innovation.

Philippe Nieuwbourg

Philippe Nieuwbourg

Founder & independent analyst and journalist , Decideo, Objecteo

Philippe Nieuwbourg

Founder & independent analyst and journalist, Decideo, Objecteo

Philippe Nieuwbourg is an independent analyst and journalist, specialized in decision support systems and data analytics. He founded the web community Decideo, a French and Spanish speaking social network of 15,000 professionals. Decideo is the leading web community about big data and data analytics tools. After the data driven economy, Internet of Things and Industry 4.0 will generate more and more content and data to create value from. He founded Objecteo, a research, training and consultancy company around connected objects and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). He is a lecturer in France (ISAE-Supaéro) and Québec (Collège de Bois de Boulogne, Data Science Institute), and gives each year dozens of conferences in Europe, Canada, and South America. He published several books about Big Data, CRM, eMarketPlaces, and his next book will highlight the combined potential of connected objects, data and algorithms. To get in touch: @nieuwbourg or philippe.nieuwbourg@objecteo.com

Pierre-Alexandre Fournier

Pierre-Alexandre Fournier

Co-Founder and CEO , Hexoskin

Pierre-Alexandre Fournier

Co-Founder and CEO, Hexoskin

Pierre-Alexandre Fournier is co-founder and CEO of Hexoskin, a connected health technology company based in Montreal that focuses on smart clothing design and intelligent software for health and performance. Hexoskin was founded in 2006, and launched in 2013 the first iPhone compatible smart clothing for health monitoring, which won several international awards. His work at Hexoskin includes the design of new wearable health sensors for space missions, clinical trials, chronic diseases, and machine learning for health analysis. Pierre-Alexandre is also an advisor for transparency in healthcare, patient empowerment, and healthcare innovation through design.

Valérie Bécaert

Valérie Bécaert

Executive Director , IVADO

Valérie Bécaert

Executive Director, IVADO

Valérie is Executive Director of the Institute for Data Valorization (IVADO), which unites the expertise of more than 900 scientists and works towards economically and socially valorizing data from any origin and in any form. She holds a PhD in chemical engineering with a focus on environmental modelling from Polytechnique Montréal. Her career began as a researcher in life cycle analysis, a powerful tool that models the potential impact of human activities on our environment. She then became the director of CIRAIG (the interuniversity research centre for the life cycle of products, processes and services) and the co-founder of CIRODD (the centre for interdisciplinary research on the operationalization of sustainable development), for which she was also the director. It is through her work to resolve environmental problems with researchers in optimization and mathematics that she became convinced that our capacity to generate, analyze and valorize data will change the world.

Alexandre Berkesse

Alexandre Berkesse

Management Consultant and Lecturer, Social Philosophy Researcher , Centre of Excellence on Partnership with Patients and the Public (CEPPP)

Alexandre Berkesse

Management Consultant and Lecturer, Social Philosophy Researcher, Centre of Excellence on Partnership with Patients and the Public (CEPPP)

As a management consultant and lecturer, a social philosophy researcher, and a PhD candidate in philosophy, Alexandre has, since 2010, contributed to the cultural and organizational transformation of Canada’s health ecosystem. He was project manager for the Université de Montréal’s medical program reform from 2010 to 2013, and has since been an academic advisor for the faculty’s Direction Collaboration et Partenariat Patient. His first initiatives in the area of basic and continued training of current and future health professionals were realized by contributing to the training of more than 150 patient-trainers, as well as in placing the culture of partnership with patients at the heart of health professional curriculums. The Patient-Partner Project led by the Direction Collaboration et Partenariat Patient was not only implemented in the area of teaching, but also in both health care and research. For example, in the area of health care, Alexandre was responsible for the Lean Santé mandate from 2013 to 2015, in collaboration with the Ministère de la Santé et des Services Sociaux du Québec (MSSSQ), with whom he coordinated and accompanied the implementation of patient partnership practices at the heart of continuous improvement projects (kaizen, gemba, Deming cycle, etc.) in 19 health care and social service establishments in Quebec. In the area of research, Alexandre accompanied the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) in elaborating Canada’s Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR), as well as in implementing it within four Canadian research networks. Today, he puts his knowledge and experience to work as Director of the École du partenariat en santé at the Centre of Excellence on Partnership with Patients and the Public (CEPP), through which he makes available to the public (including patients, caregivers, health professionals and public decision-makers) spaces for learning and experimentation where people can develop practical skills in health partnership. In this way, L’école du partenariat contributes to developing the healthy society of tomorrow.

FRÉDÉRIC GUARINO

FRÉDÉRIC GUARINO

Founder , Montreal’s VR Valley Network

FRÉDÉRIC GUARINO

Founder, Montreal’s VR Valley Network

Frédéric has worked at the intersection between media, content and technology for close to 20 years. In doing so, he’s worn many hats: artist agent, producer, entrepreneur/startupper in the mobile content industry and co-director of a lab for a French advertisement group. He is the founder of Montreal’s VR Valley Network, whose mission is to consolidate the links between film/tv and game milieus, and from there, to include the domains of aerospace and health sciences, thus creating connections between all parties involved in Virtual and Augmented Reality. With MUTEK, Frédéric launched the VR Salons, having already seen two successful editions. In addition, he works as a VR strategist for various brands, agencies and institutions, while contributing to the Canada Media Fund’s Trends blog, and maintaining the Mediaquake blog on Medium. He is also an amateur historian of cultural economy, specifically of the link between technical advances and their impact on new visual narratives.

Valérie Lamontagne

Valérie Lamontagne

Owner & designer , 3lectromode

Valérie Lamontagne

Owner & designer, 3lectromode

Valérie Lamontagne is a Montréal artist-designer, curator, and PhD scholar researching “Performative Wearables: Bodies, Fashion and Technology” at Concordia University where she teaches in the Department of Design & Computation Arts. She is the owner & designer at 3lectromode, a wearable electronics atelier and founder & creative director of Agence Simultanée, a post-digital design lab. Valérie has curated and collaborated on numerous design and media arts exhibitions and events such as acting as Creative Lead of Cirque du Soleil’s C:Lab and co-curating "The Future of Fashion is Now" at Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands (2014). Past clients and collaborators have included: Clausette, France; ElektroCouture, Germany; Atelier Néerlandais and CLICKNL, Netherlands; Cirque du Soleil, Canada; Connectivity Lab / MEDEA, Sweden; Future Textiles, Denmark; Living in Digital Times, USA; Fashioning-Tech, USA.

FRANÇOYS LABONTÉ

FRANÇOYS LABONTÉ

General Manager , CRIM

FRANÇOYS LABONTÉ

General Manager, CRIM

Françoys has more than 20 years of experience in information technology, particularly in the areas of research, development, technology transfer and commercialization. He holds a PhD and MASc from École Polytechnique de Montréal and a BEng from McGill University. He became the Director of CRIM in August 2010, working also in the development of business, innovation and commercialization. In March 2015, he took over as General Manager. Françoys also worked for eight years with companies at the forefront of technological innovation, mainly in the medical imaging field. During this time, he had the opportunity to develop a multidisciplinary expertise in key elements related to the technological side of business management, following the development of new products right up to their commercialization.

BECOME A PARTNER

TechnoMontréal is proud to have recognized and concerned partners to develop the ICT industry of Greater Montreal

Learn more >