Keynote 

Nikolas Badminton

 

Sponsored by: Colliers Project Leaders 

Date: Monday, May 14

Time: 7:45am 

Location: Opening session, South Okanagan Event Centre (enter via Penticton Trade & Convention Centre)

Opening Session and Keynote speaker included in all Full Conference passes, and Monday only passes.

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Water, the most serious business

Water is the most essential resource in the world—it’s the building block for life, business, cities, and new modes of energy. In the future, it’s expected that this resource will become even more essential when an additional one billion people will be living in areas where water demand exceeds surface-water supply. To prepare for the future of water, we need to apply exponential thinking to all areas of water supply, usage, and waste management.

Join us for the keynote session of the 2018 BCWWA Annual Conference & Trade Show, where speaker Nikolas Badminton will provide his vision of 2030 and the role of water in:

• Big data, artificial intelligence, and automation
• The Industrial Internet of things, digital twins, and workflow optimization
• Sustainability, smart cities, and future utilities companies
• The food supply chain
• New modes of energy generation, climate change initiatives, and energy storage

About Nikolas Badminton, Futurist

Nikolas is a world-respected futurist speaker, author, and researcher. He engages audiences with keynote speeches on the impact of exponential technologies including: Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality; Work Productivity; The Sharing Economy; Autonomous Transportation; Smart Cities; Education; The Future of AI integrated with Life and Business; and Predictions for humanity from 2017 to 2030, and beyond.

Nikolas regularly appears on the BBC, CBC, CTV, Global News, Fast Company, VICE, The Atalantic, and writes for the Techcrunch, Huffington Post, Forbes, Venturebeat, Betakit, TechVibes, Business.com, and other media.

 

 

 

 

Water, the most serious business



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