Jamie is a content producer at English Heritage, a charity caring for more than 400 historic buildings, monuments and sites in England. As the team’s first accredited pilot, Jamie is bringing new perspectives to the output of an already highly video-focused marketing strategy, showcasing England’s historic sites from the air on the popular English Heritage YouTube channel and social media platforms. Given the beauty and character of the English Heritage sites across the country, drone use has given potential visitors a new insight into what the portfolio of sites has to offer. This is powerful from a business point of
Dr. Elizabeth Traiger has been working in the renewables industry for 10 years starting her career in consulting and transitioning into research. Now, she is a senior researcher in technology and innovation for power and renewables at DNV GL based in Bristol, United Kingdom. Elizabeth studied mathematics at the University of Kansas, USA and earned her masters and doctorate degrees in statistics at the University of Oxford. Her consulting portfolio includes projects on wind and solar project development, operational assessments, due diligence and grid integration projects throughout Europe, North America and South America. Elizabeth’s current research concerns advanced time-series statistics,
Iain is the head of foresight within the Transport Innovation Directorate at Transport for London (TfL). He is responsible for updating the TfL Executive Committee on emerging trends and future mobility developments, strategic relationships with the automotive sector and new technology. He leads Transport for Londo’s activity on the development of Urban Air Mobility in London ande drives international relationships with the automotive sector. This work covers safety, electric, connected and autonomous vehicles, and organisations such as POLIS, the OECD and ERTICO. Iain is also a member of the ADS UAT group and the UK Automotive Council Technology Group and
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