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Success stories in using standards & how standards encourage innovation

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Innovation Seminar Series, jointly organised by the Maxwell Centre, NanoDTC, and Impulse

We are delighted to welcome the BSI team to our Innovation Seminar Talk in April.


16:00-16:20 – “Success stories in using standards” by Adam Richardson, Operations Manager – Knowledge and Solutions at BSI , followed by Q&A

16:30-17:00 – “How standards encourage innovation and growth?” by Peter Lee, Business Development and Consulting Manager at BSI , followed by Q&A

17:00-17:30 – Networking

About the Speakers Adam Richardson, Operations Manager – Knowledge and Solutions, BSI

Adam has been working in standards development for over 8 years. Initially a project manager for PAS and bespoke standardization projects, he worked with government and private sector clients in a diverse range of subject areas. He currently works as an Operations Project Manager in the standards services team, a broad-ranging role taking in management of new opportunities and bids, financial forecasting, and continual improvement.

Peter Lee, Business Development and Consulting Manager, BSI

Peter has over four years’ experience at BSI with a focus on Smart secure sustainable Communities, Digital & Transport innovations. Current projects include 5G infrastructure, national data and AI strategies, digital twins, Future of Mobility, Future Flight, CAV and the Smarter Suffolk IoT Live Lab. Peter started his career as a 3D industrial design engineer and 2D graphical user interface designer at BT Laboratories in Suffolk. Having developed advanced concepts for video conferencing, interactive TV, smart phones and tablets, he led product brand experience and user-centred design from BT’s HQ in London. Peter went on to work on software collaboration and webcasting services. He spent a long stint in the public sector leading digital service transformation including investment in broadband, and mobile phone access to sustainable transport journey planners and ticketing, to name a few. Peter supported development of an Innovation Centre at the University of Suffolk where he is a senior visiting fellow for digital innovation

About BSI (British Standards Institution) BSI is the business standards company that equips businesses with the necessary solutions to turn standards of best practice into habits of excellence. BSI helps its clients drive performance, reduce risk and grow sustainably.

Formed in 1901, BSI was the world’s first National Standards Body and over a century later is globally recognized as champions of best practice. BSI is responsible for originating many of the world’s most commonly used management systems standards and publishes over 2,700 standards annually. These standards address the most pressing issues of today from clear billing to energy management and disability access to nano-technology; spanning domains including Aerospace, Automotive, Built Environment, Food, Healthcare and ICT .

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