The 2nd Annual Smart Cities Series, in partnership with KPMG, and supported by the Australian Smart Communities Association and Smart Cities Council ANZ, will address the challenges faced by our cities and regions, and look to build effective governance frameworks to deal with the changes that we will experience with new operating models and technologies.
The Summit will bring participants the latest news on urban, street, public and outdoor lighting from across the industry. Annually attracting over 150 delegates, this year’s summit will provide over 35 Australian and international-based speakers the platform to present on and discuss the technological innovations, long-term sustainability and implementation surrounding exterior lighting.
The 6th Australian Intelligent Transport Systems Summit 2018 that will bring together 450+ Australian and international executives from the emerging transport technology sector over 2 days to share information, learn, do business and network.
The inaugural World of Drones 2017 (WoDC 2017) was held at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre from 31 August to 2 September 2017. Over 630 delegates from across the Asia Pacific and beyond attended and the congress featured a fascinating Expo with over 30 exhibitors from Australia, China and Japan. The program included the launch of Australia’s very first state-wide Drones Strategy by the Premier of Queensland and the first Australian National Drone Safety Forum.
A Collaborative Approach: Designing and Improving Safety is the theme for the 2018 Safe Cities Conference. Connecting a city through safe neighbourhoods involves collaboration between local government, local businesses and the community. This one day conference will discuss crime prevention, public area safety, person oriented city design and reveal the latest research, new initiatives and long term strategies on how to keep our cities safe.
Be part of the discussion along with others working in community development and safety professionals, architects, town planners, place makers and planning professionals, safety and security industry professionals, academics & researchers, private sector security professionals, councils, law enforcement.
This conference follows the two day 11th Liveable Cities Conference.
The Conference will explore the liveability of our metropolitan and regional urban centres, with an emphasis on who is leading the renewal, the importance of collaboration and co-design and what aspects are important to implement strategies that result in sustainable economic, social and environmental successes. The discussion at the 2018 Conference will focus on sustainable transport solutions, greening and redesign of cities, renewing regional areas, integrating community decisions, government policy, health and wellbeing and strategies for environment implementation.
With no sight of dense urbanisation slowing, architects and engineers face myriad challenges when developing new high-rise buildings and skyscrapers to cater for growing vertical cities. With a focus on sustainable materials, lowered energy ratings, innovative and advancing technology, liveability and appealing design, those who create Australian skylines have much to consider. These themes and trends will be comprehensively discussed by industry experts at this year's Australian Smart Skyscrapers Summit. Like no other industry event in the Southern Hemisphere, the Summit convenes an array of speakers and attendees from across the globe, all who have valuable international and local sector insights.
The IoT Festival 2018 will showcase the dramatic transformations and new world of opportunities made possible by the Internet of Things. With more than 20 billion devices connected to the internet by 2020, IoT is an industrial revolution for the 21st Century. Discover the latest developments defining the future of food and agriculture, healthcare, smart cities and campuses, manufacturing, retail, energy and mining across Australia and Asia-Pacific.
The Intelligent Transport System industry is constantly evolving and Mobility as a Service (MaaS) has become one of the fastest growing sectors in the ITS industry. MaaS is a key contributor to smart transport and the liveability of our cities, suburbs and regional communities.
For one day only over 150 transport technology professionals will network, do business and access industry leaders and keynote speakers. The MaaS | Mobility as a Service 2018 Sydney conference will for the first time in Australia, bring together senior policy makers, decision makers, practitioners and senior intelligent transport executives to explore the technology and new concepts that are driving consumer mobility choices today.