Events & seminars IoT Event Industry 4.0 Challenge or Revolution?

When: Monday 16th April 
Where: Eight Club, Moorgate, London, EC2A 2BX
Timings: 2pm - 5pm followed by networking drinks


UK businesses across all sectors will undergo fundamental changes in line with the industrial revolution by adoption of IoT solutions. Join us in London and hear how Crayon, IntelZone and IOTA solutions solve current and future challenges. Join us and discuss how businesses today are using machine economy, micropayment, Block Chain, edge computing etc.


About this event Monday 16th April- 2.00pm-5.00pm - Eight Club, Moorgate


  • 14.10 Registration
  • 14.30 Welcome and Introduction  - Rune Syversen, CEO & Founder, Crayon
  • 14.45 Industry 4.0 and IoT for UK businesses
  • 15.05 Edge for Industry solutions
  • 15.30 Break
  • 15.45 ‘IOTA, the backbone for the Internet of Things and Machine Economy’
  • 16.30 Customer case study
  • 16.45 Exploring new business models already beingadopted by business today
  • 17.00 Networking drinks

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This is a free event, however spaces are limited so please book early to guarantee your place.

Partner IOTA

The Economy of Things

As the Internet-of-Things keep expanding, the need for interoperability and sharing of resources become a necessity. IOTA enables companies to explore new business-2-business models by making every technological resource a potential service to be traded on an open market in real time, with no fees.

Speaker Rune Syversen

Founder, Crayon Group CEO

Crayon Group

Rune Syversen co-founded Crayon in 2002. Mr. Syversen is the deputy CEO of the Company. Prior to leading the establishment of Crayon, he held a number of senior positions in the Telenor group in Norway and Sweden as well as establishing several companies involved with IT and financing. Mr. Syversen has over 20 years of experience with the industry and management. Mr. Syversen studied at the Norwegian School of Management. He is a Norwegian citizen, residing in Oslo, Norway.


Speaker Dr. Navin Ramachandran



Navin is a practising radiology consultant at University College London Hospital (UCLH), an honorary senior lecturer / healthcare data researcher at University College London Centre for Health Informatics & Multiprofessional Education (UCL CHIME), and a co-founder of OpenCancer and the Platform for Enhanced Analytics and Computational Healthcare (PEACH).

His main interests are in digital design, data modelling, interoperability, analytics, identity and consent management.



  • Healthcare, Blockchain, Data Handling, IoT Heathcare

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Speaker Jens Munch Lund-Nielsen


Jens has built a life and career on bringing together different professional fields and sectors, thereby creating new types of partnerships. By carefully and deliberately mixing diverse experts and interests, he has built new ventures and created impactful partnerships — especially within the field of supply chains and global trade. For the last 8 years he has taken up different roles within A.P. Moller — Maersk including launching a new e-trade platform for Africa, forged a partnership with a large bank to develop financial trade services with focus on emerging markets, co-founder of a public-private partnership with focus on trade facilitation including five governments, the ICC and the World Economic Forum. Within the field of CSR, he has launched human right initiatives and established a partnership with other logistic companies such as UPS and Agility supporting the UN World Food Programme, to deliver a rapid response to large natural disasters around the world.

In addition to his educational background in civil engineering and a master in Philosophy, Jens also holds an MBA from INSEAD. Jens is a Danish national living in London with his family.



  • Supply Chain, Global Trade, e-trade Platforms, Financial Trade Services, Trade Facilitation, Blockchain

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