Please see the list of confirmed upcoming FutureScot conferences for
2019-20. Check regularly for updates.
FUTURESCOT’S FLAGSHIP ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Digital Scotland 2020 – The Flagship Public Sector Digital Transformation Summit
4th June 2020, EICC, Edinburgh
Digital Scotland 2020 will bring together the best minds in technology to spark new interactions and drive innovation in the spaces between government, business and academia. Scotland’s flagship digital transformation conference is for private, public and third sector professionals interested in building Scotland’s reputation as a global digital hub for creative and inclusive technology.
ALL FUTURESCOT CONFERENCES
Scotland’s Flagship conference exploring how building design, construction and operational management of built assets and the public-sector estate are transforming. Digital technology will be transformational in how we deliver and manage tomorrows public sector estate. As demands on the public sector estate increase, the digital estate of tomorrow will enable improved whole life performance and outcomes. This conference will focus on the fusion between information, digitisation, technology and whole life asset management.
Digital Health & Care Scotland
30 April 2020, Technology & Innovation Centre, Glasgow
FutureScot’s digital health & care leaders’ conference will chart progress towards the digitisation of health and care in Scotland. With a focus on electronic health records (EHRs) for all patients, leadership of the national strategy, and how technology is aiding the integration of social care and health, join us for a full-day event that will explore how Scotland’s health data, informatics and drug discovery capabilities can – if brought together – put the nation on a global footing for the future delivery of healthcare.
Digital is no longer an adjunct to teaching and learning. It has become a fundamental part of how teachers organise learning programmes, communicate with their students, and how students progress through their education. Problem-solving and games-based learning approaches are helping to equip students with the vital skills to ‘code’, but successful primary and secondary schools will increasingly be those that adopt digital first attitudes and culture as part of their pedagogies. Join teachers and education practitioners at the forefront of digital teaching and learning in Scotland for the latest best practice policy and practical guidance.
Digital Justice and Policing Scotland 2020
(More information coming soon)
Featuring contributions from the primary justice partners – Police Scotland, Crown Office Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS), Scottish Courts and Tribunal Service (SCTS) and members of the legal defence community – the full-day conference will be a chance to engage with key government and policing priorities that are shaping the way justice services are being transformed in Scotland.
Digital innovation is transforming the way campuses, courses and student interactions are designed. With a focus on collaborative, co-learning spaces – and the promotion of digital first in learning institutions – the further and higher education landscape is undergoing a profound reimagining as colleges and universities integrate with their communities, supporting local innovation and economic growth.
The public sector in Scotland has been tasked with enhancing national cyber security standards, both across its own estate and through the wider private sector technology supply chain. Find out how the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is supporting that work with its Active Cyber Defence programme, aimed at boosting cyber resilience through improved security protocols, detection methods and reporting. Join us for a full-day conference that will equip you with the latest best practice and policy guidance on cyber security– from application security, to protecting internet and email domains and the cloud.
If you would like more information on upcoming conferences, or to enquire about becoming a sponsor or exhibitor at a FutureScot conference, please mail Vincenzo@futurescot.com or call 0131 357 4475 for rates and availability.