2020 Agenda


The full agenda for ARVR Innovate 2020 ONLINE is listed below. Join us online on Thursday May 07th, for the 7th International ARVR Innovate Conference and Online Expo. Where Augmented & Virtual Reality Get Down to Business.

ARVR INNOVATE 2020 is packed with new speakers from top international companies deploying AR and VR in their businesses today.

One of Europe’s top events dedicated to the business of immersive tech, so if you’re serious about creating or deploying immersive technology in your organisation, it’s the event you need to attend.

Join the online conversation using #ARVRInnovate

Speakers at ARVR INNOVATE will address a number of key market sectors and provide early adoption case studies relevant to many industry sectors including:

  • Industrial / Engineering
  • Training
  • Tourism and Events
  • Construction/Real Estate/Planning
  • Marketing Communication
  • Gaming and Entertainment

Augmented Cities Europe

New for 2020 (2.00pm-5.30pm – in webinar format)

How are Smart Cities going to deploy immersive technologies?

In addition, you can join a half-day seminar with leading companies and speakers on three panels: planning, tourism and health & safety. Powered by ARVR Innovate & Dublin City Council.

Speakers and panelists include Liverpool Docklands, Dublin Bus, Tourism Northern Ireland, Fáilte Ireland and many more. Please note- if you just want to attend this half-day event, you should pick the appropriate ticket on the Eventbrite booking site. Delegates to the full-day ARVR Innovate event and Expo are also welcome to attend the Augmented Smart Cities event.

ARVR Innovate 2020 Agenda

Main Stage 

Our main stage features talks and panels from some of the top minds and influencers in AR and VR today. Feature discussions and presentations will be held on:

Enterprise AR use-case studies, improving your training with VR, upskilling for immersive tech in your business, building your brand with immersive tech, leveraging the power of AI, 5G and immersive tech…and more.


Workshop Stage 

Back due to popular demand there will  be an AR Workshop led by the team of TU Dublin Open Labs. This session will run in both a morning and afternoon session.



Our virtual expo booths showcase AR and VR applications in verticals such as  Engineering, Software, Marketing, Training, Architecture and Medical.

This conference is attended by leading companies seeking to deploy immersive technologies in their organisations….join them on May 7th.

30+ Speakers

300+ Attendees

15+ Nationalities

Main Stage
9.00am Conference Opening Address by Founder Alex Gibson
9.15am Virtual Reality for Training: Implementing Immersive Training James Watson, Immersive
10.00am AR Manufacturing: Integration & Implementation for increased Productivity & Efficiency Mark Sage, AREA
10.45am Coffee Break
11.05am Remote Assistance & Immersive Tech: Taking Industry to the next level
12.00pm Presentation: Miguel Sanchez, Mass Ideation
12.30pm Lunch break
1.30pm Presentation: Louisa Spring
2.00pm Immersive Tech and the Future of Work
2.35pm Immersive Tech and Creative Sector: Gaming & Animation
3.10pm Coffee Break
3.40pm Immersive Tech: Building the ROI Case
4.15pm Covid 19 and Immersive Tech – Rising to the challenge and opportunity
5.00pm Conference Close

**Please note that the above agenda may be subject to change, due to unforeseen circumstances. Bookings for the event are made on this understanding.

Breakout Roundtable : Augmented Cities Europe
2.00pm Transforming Cities through Immersive Tech: Special half day dedicated to how Immersive Tech is driving Smart Cities innovation.
Powered by Dublin City Council & ARVR INNOVATE
3.10pm Coffee Break and online networking
3.40pm Augmented Cities Europe Continued
5.00pm Presentation Close

Expo Hall: Floor 1
9.30am – 5.30pm Showcasing AR and VR applications in verticals such as Engineering, Software, Marketing, Training, Architecture and Medical

Workshop: Aran Room
12.30pm – 1.30pm Workshop on deploying Augmented Reality to develop compelling heritage experiences – including client case-study
Workshop Leaders: Dr. Brian Vaughan, School of Media, TU Dublin and David Gardiner, Open Labs by TU Dublin Hothouse