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uh_huh i so i think that um i okay well in europe
but unfortunately i think that uh um the us based
leaks are actually using um and so just think um
taking the data and provide it directly to the fans and uh we we should
we can uh learn a lot from what what is being done there
we attack inspector what we do is we take all the data that we have from
the game and we would like to press allies it directly to the fans
so is that every friend would be able to be ease on commentator is on coach
and understand the data yeah um as a coach or as the common tape
so who am i tell tracing where we're very fortunate get to work with the um
sports federations in the in the rights uh i it is on one hand and then we get to the ball costs and write something on the other hand and
i think we've seen is the the ball causes typically have a a wealth
of experience and understanding that is and fans that's that's that their
role in the industry but we seeing more more with the likes of the n. f. l. in the icy paid work with about
wanting to build that directs a fan experience and say well we're working with them very
closely in terms of how they can work hand in hand that that part is
so yeah that's the insurer wreck uh i think they're probably two two different layers
of a data that we're talking about gonna touch on the panel first is
yeah the data about finance that sports organisations getting
can utilise furthering commercial benefit another actually leave clemens to say a few words
about that 'cause i know that's something that's basically interesting for him but
first of all right or otherwise action maybe some people heard of in the federation business
web best known for the work that we do around suppose integrity in using data
uh and algorithms to projects uh the interactive sport against a much fixing but that's your business is bill on
yeah page on one side content on the other hand delivering that in
as many new and innovative ways as possible to different businesses from
media a company zap developers digital publishes run across to
letting companies so finding new and innovative ways to
use data we work with second spectrum actually with the the m. b. a.s so we
these guys are on um tracking poll on uh for the n. b. a.
so they do all of the tracking we then uh go through that process of product rising that data
and serving it to fans in a way that is really interesting and sticky for them
oh yes thank you david uh indeed uh i'd like to add that i said he just made to step into the
customer data cloud which is actually the touch point for fans
and also for athletes in all data that companies whoops
get in store and use for marketing and training purposes
um the we have bought solution from bigger but she was which is the leading
a platform exactly um in that space for custom identity and access management
um as i sought the previously table a final table and sob to man c. d.
um clubs there another week i could say that we have four out of
the top six clubs using l. solution in the fan management space
so you can see it from different angles of course there
is that um relationship that you build and social media
that you would build through your fan base by ticketing and by cut memberships of course
but then when you look at the the wider space you would see that that's that's only a smaller piece off the actual fan base
that potentially could be reached and touched when you would see on how big brands that's a bustle
no by munich or your name real madrid and also smaller clubs like somehow be a member
that would have maybe ten times a hundred times the potential touch
points um in the world when you see that brand building
it's all there is a lot behind treating this data probably building up the stress and
then you would have many potential ways to explore the bait and that's why wins
wonderful twenty this elysee bean allowances to rescind what we're all being a fax e. i. t. c. p. r.
and with some of the trustee she's this now become inherent in some rounds with coleslaw
beat advancing your various clients around hotspots
so i think that um in terms of the p. r.
um maybe sport is the fuel place where first um
in terms of athletes all the data is being broadcast that so we have all the statistics we have it on the
television and you know all the internet et cetera so in
terms of privacy so that we are like um
doing anything differently with the data uh in terms of for the for
the athletes and for the standard themselves and we believe that
so we are working with the friends that wants to work with us so the defence needs
to have an incentive to walk we doesn't to provide us some information about them
so as i said we would like to build a personalised
broadcast um experience or front experience for each one of
the friends so if you are like tech savvy and if you are a fan of a specific team
and you're telling here as this we're going to provide you the data is you would like to consume it
if you would like to to get convents they probably would like to see like um
all the number crunching all want the statistics like the coach we haven't provided this
but if you don't want to share data with us we're not going to do that and be able to watch television
as we're doing today like it's one way direction so i think that um
this interaction with the fan is important and the friends that understand it would like to share
it with the league the team and we'd asked to provide like a better experience
that's it each yeah we're working a lot with uh with our clients around to develop spend
a lot of time looking at how it effects and what they're doing i think
one of things that maybe benefits forces uh actually g. d. p. r. facts would industries and
sectors say from the actress perspective it's something that everybody's got to grapple with with your
coca cola or whether you're a at a small organisation um
i think uh with that also kind of the direct consumer work that we're doing with federations i think actually it
it helps us in terms of demonstrating to fans the experience that that basic and then drive
and you're actually having to demonstrate and prove to an audience that by
and parting with somebody with a certain vibe being involved in and sharing that actually
experience can be can be more would in fact see and i think
if that if sports can can data as an industry actually that the
consumer will um what part is i am will interact more
yeah i think i i mean g. p. r. s. as these guys that said something where we're
conscious of something will have to uh accommodate in the way in which we handle around
data is portrayed as a huge data like uh which we have to manage i think the real focus of g. p. r.
yeah i guessed tends to be the the consumer side of yeah how where
how we're using that consumer data i think that's there are gonna be a lot of interesting
developments in sport vertically where you see the big digital is getting involved in sport
and investing in sports rights and you know these guys already have huge amounts of data on all of us
and how that and how they're gonna use that to serve up the you know personalise content in future
i think the them that's the more interesting angle the g. d. p. on all the cheaper hours
not interesting frame yeah takes protection specialist um that but i think the more interesting part of the the
data challenge for sport is actually the ownership of the data itself like who owns the data
um you know if the individual athletes is it teams is a federation is is it the companies that are collecting the data
and yeah the reality is there's no there's no intellect established intellectual property right integer
itself anywhere in the world uh on a on a sports statistic level
uh so they're i think they're gonna be continued to be some really
interesting developments in terms of how that market operates or remember
remember probably six or seven years you're having a discussion with one of one of the most well known at the time a
player trucking companies and asking them about how they you know
that they are in the athlete data that the collecting
and tasted honestly we don't know that build the business around it uh or what
was the name of the company that it though of successful business around it
but they didn't know and i think that's an ongoing challenge to us is an interesting example because i've seen us
that player natalie data is uh is managed a collective bargaining agreement
uh but in the rest the world okay in a couple months ago we saw
for the first time it is in rugby the international rugby players association
uh starting the process for the first time of trying to suggest that actually
the players want some ownership stake in this in this business this is personal data to them
yeah different organisations might be making employment decisions on the back
of it uh you know performance decisions selection decisions
uh at the best of their obviously impacts on them on a very personal level so i
think there are yeah there are many different uh uh fast it's to that uh that
specific discussion and saying how that develops in the market where say they're not established intellectual property
rights is gonna be an interesting challenge for all of us all of our businesses
yeah and that's exactly the opportunity for clubs and also for big associations that they can be in a
huge database um of their own data that comes from that plant fans and supporters and members
and as they give consent and get back the rights and transparency to
all these uh first party data times customers uses they have
that it would be clear that you have the same rights that you would have a normal life also in your bitch to life
and this is just being given back oh oh through this process of the last two years now and think twenty fifth of may
and uh we will be as see some of this sums would be uh i'm not things i
um i i believe but in the in the end it will just transform it will be longer
way and to companies and also the sports industry will will manage and cope with this well
um but by by going on this way now people see that also the
advertising industry around will change you will not be uh working with
this probabilistic data clout that you have the same on some from
coming from a programmatic advertising um but you will see that's
cool and face broke and elsewhere have the ownership of walled gardens they will have a big profit of this
and then maybe later no one's the industries will have kept a cat caught up
and have their own data um bases build up with maybe some millions of fans i
who gave the content we have that fast were very engaged with the club
um then they will have this database and used for the on and that is the
that will be a huge change meant uh that you come from deterministic data
to from probably is probabilistic database so you think that you have to but you can
touch we yeah abbott wasn't too deterministic database you know who is really register
and uh and it would be by giving consent and also it will become more relevant
and also that lead to higher prices in advertising and to better health of the holy consistent
because you will know more in detail whom to touch with which
message and uh not sending around things that are not necessary
so that's the chance behind you feel and put them positive way it
will be it will mark a a step and history and advertisement
so not anybody can just use the data for the purposes anymore that's very important
uh_huh that that's sticking his and david we definitely want to come back to the whole initiates it
from the northeast dyslexia is in a little bit it it just points touch on that point
there is so much tastes are being collected eight by
everyone will where is the tipping point what's
plants any people going through it takes a set me just becoming danger again
will collecting these races change that will plants is that still
being sensible in useful how do people see if it's
i i i i tell stray off um i guess ah philosophy weighs about making small more entertaining
and that's what it's making small more entertaining for the fan all full localisation
or whatever other facet of um of event that might be um
actually what i things you know we spent a lot of time looking at is yes there are
a huge range of data points that are being collected for talk about from a performance perspective
i do so from a of a fan perspective but actually it's about sifting through that i'm prioritising and identifying
you know what is going to tell the best story what is gonna inform the fan at the
right moment within that event so you're actually able to enter haunt their experience not just
distract them from the middle of a of a sports event um but actually how can you add to that experience so that i can come away
feeling and more passionate more ranged from and again i would say the same on the on the consumer side we just talked about you know
as a whole load of data that you can collect and your face book and giggle we've got a huge amount of that
but actually unless you're making an experience better unless you're adding presentation last year delivering something that
the fan wants to see um actually we collecting data fit the texas like um
yeah we've we've seen a lot of ah clients starting to look out by magic
day seven looking at how can i collect more that i to but
they have a split rather have a role of collecting f. uh and performance analysis into actually help yeah fleets in improve
um but at the same time they haven't on the media in terms of all that
data points in their all their at either single multiple times point when i can
again telling that story at at a greater level and deliver a better experience
yeah or i mean i would echo that i think the challenge is uh s. p. said is to
find the insight find the way to tell a great story from all of that data and as you
say there's there's a huge amount of data coming to us now i think i think the
the kind of the maximum level of data points that you get from uh um you know football match
in terms of statistics about two thousand data points and ideas and they would
you say talking earlier about e. sports in e. sports the the
number of potential outcomes him possibilities within a single expose matchup is is
seven ford really and i don't even know what really existed
before somebody told me that if they won my head we supposedly that statistic but it just gives you an idea
of just this extraordinary lake of data that is out there
and the challenger not is actually what organisations again
is to create that insight to somehow somehow create the lie uh
that can reduce that into a story that means something for fans and ultimately fans but finds generally want
yeah two or three things it was they want life they want something that's you know refreshed
knew there was something that they don't know what didn't really have any way of knowing
and all they want some access to make them feel yeah like a special part of
the club or not i'm not challenge of telling them something they didn't know
i think is the you know the the challenge that we face with that huge data like can we you know so we spoil radar quieter
silicon valley company a logical markup unless six couple of uh yeah celtic p. h.
d.s choice you yeah a way way brighter than yeah i will ever be
we have literally dedicated the last seven years to interpret saying that sports related tracking data bank
rating great stories out of it and so you know all of you on that is
man plus the machine is gonna give you a better insight than man on it
sounds so we you know they've told the machine how to interpret the sport
the machine and is telling them and giving them an insight by processing this huge amount of data
a given them and an output which actually becomes very interesting uh for
for finds you know that's got to be able to predict
with incredible degrees of accuracy yeah place in american football just from the
lineup of the teens for example so you know what's gonna
happen post snap and they can determine that preset so it really brings a a kind of an extremely level of uh
interest uh i i'm potentially gauge an opportunity for fans by by drilling through that data
and uh i like to add that there isn't i mentioned coming up with the real data management today
so it is possible to manage these huge amounts of data in near real time this means that you can really
actually follow what's happening at that moment and compare
and if you manage a team and human and you train or you have um the match and
you see the k. p. s. that you can use today in modern football about tactics
uh for example or in hockey sports was just very athletic and then you have to
be on the on the realistic of you to improve because it is really the
last percentage that makes the difference and so when sports you don't have a choice you
have to go down that way and so every athlete ah this is three
and this is three of course has to be treated in the right way
i think about the many injuries you have to you have to
recover when you have all your strengths and mental problems maybe just a
this through this has to be an unsafe environment of course
but also it has to be transparent to everybody we're dealing
with the club to train us your uh team members
and so that's the big challenge the data is there but we have to them to return the right way
and uh of course photo all the things that are relevant uh that's i think that's the
the key business model for for the experts here to filter out what is really
important for for which our customers yeah find the magic source basically yes
so i think that uh uh for us okay we we sound uh the same way i data company it's
basically all the n. b. a. teams are getting the same x. y. z. position of from the league
so basically everybody see the same data points the massive amount they're all access to it is to have a job
so because what we do is we take the sex with the position we turn it into that we have something like five hundred
different different event in basketball we have similar things for for football about the we have
the twelve different type of uh yeah we can roll for example that the coach
can the bait what type of become one we have the wild um
regular i'm not sure uh fan would not see it so
we take all of this information and turn it into
the semantic layer the down the latex basically and then we have a lot of stakeholder the by using it
the first one other coaches and the players to win more games than the broadcasters and as i said
no i was thinking about the fans so the fans are using it as well but basically data
is our currency right without generating a lot of data because we can use this data
um we have two years back will then be a really good so definitely we
i we are using this information from historical data and comparing different games
um both holes for performance but also pointed payment if you want as a
broadcast as you would like to have a some kind of um
highlights and to show all the ducks of a specific player you can
within a few seconds just generate all the videos one by one
where for that it all it would take hours all days to do that we can do it without machine immediately
and um and the this is the power of the data because everything is indexed
everything is uh is linked to events to time and so one and
basically with that we are generating all the product that we have
for it's sorta arch out you see the the commercial challenges around that 'cause i think you know if it
we're in the heartland of the sports federations here in the sun room and how
i i guess how do you see the the investment level that's required to generate some of this data
and the i guess the return on that investment how like the challenge for organisations like also with these
but it's a because there's a big there's a big up front cost so so far we've only
really seen it done in some the massive leagues m. b. a. and i thought we
talked about yeah uh yeah you you work with we we work with the n. f. l.
as well as the n. b. a. with a different partner source of of uh haven't
but yeah how do you see how easy that challenge 'cause i think that's scalability is
uh is uh i guess the next challenge for all businesses at the moment it's
in it's an interesting leverage point but it's not it's not mass market available right
so for this part of the rationale that would like to say is that
we all understand media right right we understand that you have a sport events you put
television you put cameras you need to broadcast it to the was otherwise it's just
right like uh we all discussing about with their rights we know the cost and the and the
return of investment on these media right it's a costly operation and we're doing it and then
we are collecting right now some data uh we have every federation of the i. t. team that is collecting
some of the data and providing it like a okay bye games for all of the of the statistics
we are we would like to take it to the next level and to see how
we can take not only the the scoreboard or things like that but some
a detailed information for specific game for specific athlete and
provide a better content so if we're going to do this equation the data at the end is going to be a better content
so it is becoming the next media so it wouldn't have liked as we're discussing media rights whether to
discuss data right and we we would need to do this investments everybody able to do this investment
and and i think that the costs are going down so the hardware is going down we have a lot of automation
uh we're doing it isn't allowed in yep yeah and and and so on and it
would be a everybody able to benefit from that anything like this that size um
is on the media sites specifically we've we've worked with a number of class i'm thinking
at your life around the champions league in the fever well cop well we've
worked with the events organised and that will cost us to deliver services actually help them
commercial lies in and receiver ten an investment that they've invested in to
uh their events in in c. is what that eating intensive
it well that's increased media production well that's increase patron analytic set collecting obviously there's
a benefit to the to the countries into the clot participating but actually
and i bring that will cost is the right thing is to be able to deliver
services it acts like they wouldn't get to justify the investment on that right
actually having essential i said a second it eleven out some not for people is pretty far more cost effective
seasonal cries a little back transparency comes you will rise
that that increasingly that is a miserable saying as
it's a he g. ninety days yet being connected to shag apathy for men it's
that's a v. c. got to be about girls it's getting tips when she passed because if i
was in a in an to conceal point at the end i reprint magnesium rock a
see necessarily wants all of that information rockies fans will will will
rampage saying this information that is that if if ten she affecting you'll selected but
i see i mean d. getting full would you you know feature lacking armed
it's got to be something that we can see change on there and skate
in up yeah absolutely and i think it becomes increasingly important to
to take the athletes with you basically on that on that journey either directly with organisations all through the
the league so the federation's uh the rubber see all the noise in the competitions that both those athletes uh playing in
and i think yeah it is it is a real challenge you can understand why it's becoming increasingly important for athletes
as you say really often quite personal data about the
the yeah the healthcare injure injury recode whatever um
you know even whether their performances tipping over time you know with the tracking data and the analysis that's available
you know what their performances is telling off and whether that affects their
yeah then next the contract negotiation or whatever it might be
and i think all of these things also are coming in to uh can come into greater focus because
actually some of the things we touched on earlier the personalisation process any access to that content
actually play is and clubs but i i think you know the shift is going heavily choose the players
are increasingly content generators of the right and they have a content opportunity because we talk about
you know i mentioned the ability to have access to something that you wouldn't
normally have access to of course players are the best starting point
for that you know the club you have to organise all of that as a player your in the dressing room or you know your
you're doing something away from the club that you can you can immediately somehow a push out in terms of content production
and i think you know i see shift are quite interesting shift the uh is happening and will continue to happen i think towards
uh yeah the remote control station of that kind of content production towards players
and that is only gonna yeah bring greater focus on who i who owns content basically data
content around the around player they should apply performance i think when you're talking about
biometric data we stones about that the athletes um he individual data i
think that becomes very quickly as as it would be why
um i think when you don't know event taxes within the competition i think was federations and got quite clear
position on that i think yeah the question how time back to you know our five to basis which is making small
when tiny is do i care forge a better is hot right is one fifty indefinite thousands one seventy five
because actually it's it's almost irrelevant if uh if if one of them wins the point actually what i i wanted to be
able to tell a story that tells you that across a number of data points i can start benchmark a performance actually
to tell the story you need to be able to do the comparison by that team
the team or player reply yeah yeah i'm actually taking that back and silo
you know what that by magic data might be really important for the planet developments in recovering from injuries sector
but actually if we're talking about delivering to the fans is gonna come back
to the heart of the story which is how the y. informants sign
yeah i know what inquisitive it's one or the other but on the exact point you know i
always always cite the example of yeah how how far leah no messy is run in uh
in a champ is the game weren't any you know a a league game and
actually does that does that having one and i think it uh if he's if he's running twenty meters big
given full colour policies that's actually far more that's all more informative about his contribution to the game
then a pure distance uh a metric and that's exactly your point patches you've gotta you
gotta put that in context some help uh to really provide insight to performance
beat oh it's it's it's nightshade daisies tools that will be a
lawsuit that what it tells us in the hearing mark
but in a sense it's it's much it was c. c. me thing
with our son how do you think that's going to influence awfully chasing senses working is is is worse
well so definitely when you have some statistical model you can underlies what was in the
past and you try to predict what is going to be in the future
um so first the teams other to train better and you see that changing the formation and training
like um with respect to the previous games and we basically
have better games because everybody are becoming better and better
um and some things are doing uh taking more buttons on did than the other
my opinion we need to as a you said before like to demote could size the data
so basically to provide the same data to the entire league all our uh
if we're speaking about federation to to make sure that every cloud is
generating the same they don't share it with the with the others this is something that i think that um
would allow everybody to but if it's in the same way or to interpret the data
in the different like they they can interpret it as they want but uh but
not one team because the r. x. or we'll see about to be much but the other
um so i think that one aspect is just to provide the same data to everybody
and to see what is that we are what what we are allowed to collect and
what we're not allowed to collect in terms of being read to conduct the oldies
i think um i think predicted data in terms of injury prevention
from training is fantastic and i think that would be an
uh i really keep our i think in terms of actually live events
in sports performance actually that's one the values sports is that
you watch the drawing on followed and actually um i i can see that being a lot of people trying to predict
the event but actually that's the beauty of sports and i think that's probably something that it's not really going to work i just coming
back to the to the consumers i think predicting experiences in predicting
behaviour off fans and how they want to experience that's cool
i think that's gonna be quite important because that's going back to some of the the added and discussions advice about
raising that experience and and how do you um improve that diane had to
respond based on what actually happens within the the law and self
yeah i would maybe go against you slightly on that on that productive side because it yeah i mean forty because yeah we have a big uh
uh i guess predictive athletics part of all business and you know we see
great opportunities for actually funny getting used to going back to the
the the file an aspect but great opportunities to find a good engagement around those sorts of
productive challenges uh you know game i find that data to you know to get fines engaged in you
know what's gonna happen at the end of this player what's gonna happen at the end of this
uh this matter in the next five minutes and of course the natural extension of that
in the u. s. has been daily fantasy and ability you know and that they're going to find of that so that
place can protect your who's gonna be the best team uh each week or each day
and then actually extension as i mentioned early one of the one of the vertical so we service the betting
market and of course you know productive algorithms unproductive uh another six to shape the way in which
yeah also generated for the betting market is another facet of what we do on
of the services that we provide is a company that was a very
interesting news yesterday that uh yeah i'm sure many people picked up
but um yeah the supreme court decision in the us
uh which looks like it's you're going to open the way for a yeah a more liberal lies
uh and i come back to market in the us obviously the home of
sports the biggest supposed to meet your data market in the world
uh you know the high multiples of much of the supposedly sticks a development that we've
talked about and i think that great so it some really interesting market opportunities was
and yes we can see that artificial intelligence is making its way
into sports so uh it's a fast pace i'm not clear
but uh maybe as we come to and uh i'd say we must not forget about the beauty of the games
uh that's not only the beauty of starts but it's really the challenge what we see
on the field and it's uh about the emotions and that's not the message yes
well actually as you know stick it on the half oh seconds that yeah and tells which rice
will raise i i think the what would be the one piece of advice will take ads
he would gaze to the audience yesterday said when you're thinking
back tasting fans from our point c. d. think it's
so i think that that data is good to completely revolutionise uh
the offending basement whether to uh see a completely different type
of game because we're not good to consume it in television like we're doing it in a static way right now
so i think that we are going to interact with the data whereby to interact with the game as a friend
and i think that um in the few years to carry over to see like a major allusions coming
because of uh back the personalisation of uh every game too specific
oh it's the fan and i hope that we are going to be a significant part of it
yeah would you say there is lots of types of fans and there's lots of types like so
and one set of dates or is not nice it really applicable to all types of fans and it's gonna be about
i tend to find the right title with the right fan type um and that will ultimately deliver the best experience
yeah i think for us we probably don't know uh that uh it yeah i mean
just to go back and i guess the personalisation point i think it's critical
and then the story selling point any i mentioned earlier you know there were the reality with social media with finding gauge when is that
it can all of your fans are becoming their own many brought cost is ultimately that's why
they like the insight that's why they like to have that bit of access that they
they wouldn't otherwise have got that applies to stadium design which we were talking about earlier
you know the new spurs stadium a spurs fan for a apologies to anyone who
uh isn't but uh the new spur stadium yeah one of the most uh
a kind of exclusive areas for a corporate hospitality is is the
um probably call it but the tonal room basically so it's a it's a
corporate dining area with a gloss war on the placed unless they
come through the total it's or about getting that that little nugget of information that they wouldn't otherwise have had access to and i think
again that's that's what we have to focus on in terms of delivering away you know everyone has to
focus on delivering that insight that bit of special magic a content that is gonna drive people's attention
yes it will become um more more and to and experience for everybody involved
and the uh after the matches before the match example a wonderful gentleman thank you
so much are an we have time to class jeans and the french
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Welcome Words by David Eades
David Eades
15 May 2018 · 9:06 a.m.
Welcome Words by Philippe Leuba
Phillipe Leuba, Chef du Département de l'Economie et du Sport
15 May 2018 · 9:08 a.m.
Welcome Words by Grégoire Junod
Grégoire Junod
15 May 2018 · 9:13 a.m.
Welcome Words by Benoit Mariani
Benoit Mariani
15 May 2018 · 9:15 a.m.
Hacking the Future
Andy Walshe
15 May 2018 · 9:25 a.m.
Talkback Session: Smart Venues, Moderated by David Eades
Daniel Marion, John Rhodes, Claire Lewis
15 May 2018 · 10:18 a.m.
Talkback Session: Wearables and Data, Moderated by David Eades
Terho Lahtinen, Jean-Christophe Longchampt, Christophe Ramstein, Patrick Schoettker
15 May 2018 · 11:04 a.m.
Talkback Session: Fans and Data, Moderated by Rebecca Hopkins
Horesh Ben Shitrit, Pete Burns, David Lampitt, Clemens Schnellert
15 May 2018 · 11:46 a.m.
Interviews, Moderated by David Eades
Stéphane Guerry, Joey Tan, Olivier Glauser, Albert Mundet
15 May 2018 · 1:45 p.m.
Talkback Session: Machine Learning and AI, Moderated by Jay Stuart
Nicolas Chapart, Nicolas Déal, Johan Vounckx, Mehrsan Javan
15 May 2018 · 2:37 p.m.
Speech
Jochen Färber
15 May 2018 · 3:14 p.m.
Talkback Session: NextGen Video & Engagement, Moderated by Nicolas Henchoz
Christoph Heimes, Spencer Nolan, Pedro Presa, Alexandra Willis
15 May 2018 · 3:30 p.m.
Interview on Security
Earl Crane
15 May 2018 · 4:08 p.m.
Talkback Session: Cyber security and Digital Security, Moderated by Sébastien Kulling
Dang Duy, Thomas Shorrock, Jean-Pierre Hubaux, Simon Trudelle
15 May 2018 · 4:19 p.m.
Introduction of Day 2
David Eades
16 May 2018 · 9:35 a.m.
Social Business and Sport
Muhammad Yunus
16 May 2018 · 9:38 a.m.
Talkback Session: Designer Bodies - Yes or No? Moderated by David Eades
Roland Sigrist, Vincent Gremeaux, Carlos Canto Alvarez, Véronique Lugrin
16 May 2018 · 10:27 a.m.
Talkback Session: Designing for the Future, Moderated by Jay Stuart
Ali Russell, Emilio Risques, Véronique Michaud, Thilo Alex Brunner
16 May 2018 · 11:08 a.m.
Talkback Session: Protection through Innovation, Moderated by Mike Miller
Liam Mc Tiernan, Laurent Mekies, Eric Nauman, Martial Saugy, Mathieu Saubade
16 May 2018 · 12:04 p.m.
From Racing to the Road
Laurent Mekies
16 May 2018 · 1:32 p.m.
Talkback Session: Understanding the eSports Ecosystem, Moderated by Jay Stuart
Brent Barry, Anna Baumann, Julien Delalande, Michael Journot, Carlos "ocelote" Rodriguez Santiago
16 May 2018 · 2:05 p.m.
Talkback Session: What's next in eSports? Moderated by Lars Stegelmann
Brett Abarbanel, Stefan Kuerten, Jan Pommer, Federico Winer
16 May 2018 · 3:05 p.m.
Closing Words
David Eades
16 May 2018 · 4:06 p.m.

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