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- Phoebe Bright, Horse Technologist - Introduction
- Jeff Seder, Founder EQB.com - The heart of the racehorse and it's predictive value in younge racehorses.
- Jay Kilgore, Data Track International Inc - Using high-speed video to analyse the what the eye can't see in a horse at full gallop.
- Bob Fierro, Data Track International Inc - Measuring biomechanics, it's use as a predictor of success and how racehorses are changing.
- Philippe Kahn, Fullpower.com - Big Data, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence - (not available yet)
- Robert Curtis, Kurtsystem - Use big technology to improve the training of younge racehorses.
- Thilo Pfau, Royal Veterinary College - Lameness and asymmetry, measuring and assessing. - (not available yet)
- Amanda de Mestre, Royal Veterinary College - Current research in breeding
- Tom MacGuinness, CEO, Horseware Ireland - How tech can make life easier for Horse and Rider
- David Marlin, Scientific and Equine Consultant - Understanding breathing in horses and using tech to analyse problems.
- Kieron Walsh, CEO & Founder, EquiChek - A simple and cheap test for inflammation on a stick.
- Sam Murphy, Founder, Equilux Lighting - The importance of correct lighting to a horse's wellbeing.
- Prof Emmeline Hill, UCD & Plusvital - Genomic: What you need to know and where it's going.
- Richard Butterworth, CEO, Equine Salt Therapy - Salt Therapy, an old technology, updated for use with horses.
- Tristan Brittain-Dissont, Founder, Capaltec - Heightlight Demo, a simple and quick piece of tech to measure height.
- Andy Fiske-Jackson, Royal Veterinary College - Regenerative Medicine, using the horse's own stem cells to improve recovery from tendon injury.
- Christina Frigast, Vet, Eickemeyer - Equinosis Q uses sensors to improve diagnosis of lameness.
- Prof S Lingam, Harley St Medical Express Clinic - Optimising you: Let's live to 100.
- Tas Gohir Royal Veterinary College - Closing message from the RVC, technology at the RVC.