Due to the ongoing COVID situation, the decision has been made to move IoT Impact, the official conference of the IoT Alliance Australia, and IoT Hub, to 17th February 2022, at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. The safety of our guests, exhibitors and speakers are of utmost importance and moving to early 2022 will allow us to still hold the event in-person, giving attendees a unique opportunity to meet and learn from their counterparts in other sectors.
IoT Impact will focus on issues that have been especially critical during the pandemic – including the resilience of Australian supply chains. The event will also lay out opportunities to use IoT to relieve pressure on the nation’s stretched healthcare system.
The event will also address other critical issues: from how energy and water sectors can transition to more distributed energy and a circular economy, to the failures of smart city initiatives, IoT interoperability, cybersecurity laws, data broking models and issues concerning food and agriculture, manufacturing and connectivity.
IoT Impact will attract more than 500 delegates – decision makers and buyers of IoT systems for business and government, and solution providers.
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IoT Impact will be hosted and curated by senior editors and personnel from IoT Hub and the IoTAA, and will feature key Australian IoT practitioners and thought leaders.
As Commercial Editor, William is responsible for IoT Hub’s content. He has over 20 years’ experience writing about technology as a journalist, editor and corporate writer.
Frank Zeichner is a leader in the development of the Australian IoT ecosystem and is the foundation CEO of the IoT Alliance Australia (IoTAA) the peak Australian IoT industry body.
Piers has 25 years of digital transformation experience as a management consultant with big four professional services firms and multinational digital agencies. Piers leads the IoT consulting practice at KPMG Digital Delta
Meredith is Co-Founder and International Program Director of the advocacy group, Women in Smart Cities Global and the International Engagement Manager for the City of Sydney. Meredith has a background in law, sustainable transport, and digital transition.
Director Smart Energy Centre of Excellence for Enzen; Non-Executive Board Director for Australian utilities Powercor Australia and South Australia Power Networks, and communication carrier National Narrowband Networks Co (NNNCo); Member of the Global Executive Leadership Network and Global Ambassador for Edison Electric Institute
Co-Chair with Peter Leonard, Sam’s focus is on data discovery and business models for data sharing. Sam is co-founder of agri-data start-up Wollemi.io, a farmer-centric marketplace for agi-food data with a mission to make data easily accessible to everyone so as to accelerate next generation innovation in the agri-food supply chain
Peter is a commercial lawyer and consultant on data and technology commercialisation, including data sharing, data analytics and associated risk management and regulation, including privacy, surveillance and data protection. Ranked as a leading technology and data lawyer in all current global legal directories, Peter was voted Best Lawyers’ ‘Sydney Information Technology Lawyer of the Year for 2016’.
Eric Hamilton is an experienced engineer that has worked in telecommunications for more than 40 years. Eric has held senior positions in Telstra, Optus and OzEmail, prior to becoming the CTO for Unwired Australia – the first wireless broadband provider to become commercially successful.
Matt is MD of Enex TestLab, an independent testing laboratory, and Chairman of Enex Carbon security consultancy. Matt has a technical background in network and security systems and holds security certifications: CISSP, CISM, CSEPS and CISA, Government and Police Contractor security clearances. He is a member of ISACA and (ISC)2. Matt provided advice for the Attorney General Department’s Stay Smart Online program (www.staysmartonline.gov.au).
David has over 20 years of industry experience in senior leaderships roles with KPMG Consulting, Microsoft and Hitachi Solutions. David created a successful IT start-up, built it into a global award-winning business and then sold it.
Haroon is currently Practicing Clinician in NSW Health. He has more than a decade of experience in the Australian healthcare system across multiple states and health services. Haroon formally trained for leadership positions within health with a deep understanding of the Australian health system and networks.
Matthew is a project manager, consultant and innovator with nearly 20 years’ experience in digital, mobile and the Internet of Things. His experience includes work with corporates, government agencies and start-ups across Australia and in the USA. He has managed the delivery of some of Australia’s largest and highest profile eCommerce projects and was previously Mobile Lead in the Digital Innovation team at BOC Gas (a member of the Linde Global manufacturing group).
Ken has more than 20 years’ experience in designing and delivering technology solutions, having commenced his career in power systems engineering following by building deep expertise in industrial control systems and automation. Ken works in KPMG Digital Delta as an Associate Director in their market-leading IoT Practice.
Mark Atkinson is the Director Solutions Delivery APAC, responsible for introducing the Itron Internet of Things portfolio into ANZ-Pacific markets. The primary focus is to deliver innovative business solutions to enable customers to achieve enhanced business outcomes from their assets and to deliver superior outcomes to end customers.
The conference will consist of Keynotes, stream presentations, panels and workshops. Delegates will come together for the opening address, keynotes and closing address, but can choose which stream presentations they attend throughout the day.
|8.00 - 9.00||CIO Breakfast|
|8.15 - 9.00||Arrival/registration/Expo|
|9.00 - 9.20||Opening Address- IoTAA/IoT Hub|
|9.20 - 9.50||Keynote|
|9.50 - 10.20||Keynote|
|10.50 - 11.20||Keynote|
|10.20 - 10.50||Morning tea/Networking/Expo|
|STREAM 1||STREAM 2||STREAM 3|
|11.20 - 12.00||Presentation Food/Agiculture||Presentation Transport||Presentation Smart Cities|
|12.00 - 12.40||Panel Health||Panel Energy||Panel Water|
|12.40 - 13.40||Networking Lunch/Expo|
|12.40 - 13.40||Workshop||Workshop||Workshop|
|13.40 - 14.20||Presentation Security||Presentation Data||Presentation Interoperability|
|14.20 - 15.00||Panel Ai||Panel Collaboration||Panel Manufacturing|
|15.00 - 15.45||Afternoon Tea/Networking/Expo|
|15.45 - 17.15||Keynote|
|17.15 - 17.30||Closing Address - IoTAA/IoT Hub|
|17.30 - 18.30||Networking Drinks|
*this is a sample agenda only, and will be updated in the coming months as keynotes, speakers and panels are confirmed. Please refer back to the website for latest information.
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