Inaugural Leadership Summit on Technology and Applied Innovation (VIC)
WhenFriday, October 27, 2017 - 08:30
WhereHolding Redlich, Level 8, 555 Bourke Street, Melbourne
Please join us for a deep dive into the latest technologies being developed and used in building design, delivery and management, and how these technologies are being leveraged toward innovation. This is a two-part event with a cocktail function to be held the night before the full day Summit to follow.
For our first Summit, we are excited to share the knowledge of leaders who are breaking innovation barriers in Australia and across the globe. An overview of the day is listed on the following page and below.
On October 27th we will be joined by a TED Fellow, a Westpac Bicentenary Fellow. and a winner of one of the world's most recognised hacking awards- the Black Hat, which is recognised by federal security agencies around the globe.
Attendees will hear about geopolitics and how they affect the A/E/C. The rapidly changing interface of technology in the A/E/C, and the Global risk and opportunity that the Internet of Thing (IoT) brings. They will receive a insider's insight on Australia's first trial of automated vehicles, and learn how automated vehicles will influence the design of cities and the consulting services to support this. Australian start up Flipmatrix will share their technology, which brings further automation to the world of architecture; and we will hear about the world's first endovascular neural interface which is being produced in Australia, enabling direct brain control of computers.
This gathering draws on global insight. We are delighted to be joined in Melbourne by speakers and attendees from Atlanta and New York USA, China, Western Australia and Sydney.
Venue: Holding Redlich, Level 8, 555 Bourke Street, Melbourne
Cocktail Function - October 26th, 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Summit - October 27th, 8:30am - 5:00pm
RSVP: Friday 13th October, via email firstname.lastname@example.org
See full program and speaker details here
Important RSVP instructions
Please send a headshot, with a 200 word bio, and contact details which you are happy to share with other DFC members and speakers with your RSVP.