Top IoT experts to gather in Sydney

Thursday, 23 August, 2018

Top IoT experts to gather in Sydney

Leading Australian and international Internet of Things (IoT) experts will descend on University of Technology Sydney for IoT Impact. To be held 10–11 September at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia’s largest IoT conference and expo will assist in raising the awareness of IoT among industry and government.

The two-day event by IoT Alliance Australia will consist of an exhibition that will feature over 40 Australian and international companies, and an extensive conference and workshop program. The conference will feature a session on each of the six key industries which will be most impacted by IoT — smart cities, transport, energy, water, manufacturing, and food and agriculture. There will also be a dedicated session on the key enablers required to make IoT work — security, data, technology platforms, artificial intelligence and communications networks.

Keynote speakers include:

  • Christopher O’Connor, General Manager, IBM Internet of Things Offerings (USA)
  • Clayton Fernandez, Director IoT, Microsoft (USA)
  • Dr Stefan Ferber, CEO, Bosch Software Innovations (Germany)
  • Professor Dr Lutz Heuser, CEO, [ui!] Group (Germany)
  • Andre Kluge, Managing Director, Schaeffler Australia
  • Harry Debney, CEO, Costa
  • John Marcolini, Vice President, Itron (USA)
  • Gerhard Loots, Head IOT & M2M, Telstra
  • Terri Benson, Managing Director, South East Water
  • Michelle Price, CEO, Australian Cyber Growth Network
  • Dr Stephanie Fahey, CEO, Austrade
  • Professor Alexey Voinov, Distinguished Professor, School of Systems, Management and Leadership, UTS

Companies supporting the event who are either exhibiting, speaking or delivering a specialty workshop session include: IBM, Bosch, CBA, Telstra, KPMG, Schneider Electric, Microsoft, Huawei, Vodafone, CSIRO and Nokia.

“We’re at a pivotal time for business in Australia,” said Frank Zeichner, Chief Executive Officer, IoT Alliance Australia. “IoT will make an enormous impact on nearly every business and industry, and whether that turns into an opportunity for your business or poses a serious threat to your future all depends on how well prepared you are. IoT impact is just the first step in a long road educating Australian businesses.”

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