Future Ready Co-Learning Lab to provide smart city insights

The Australian Smart Communities Association (ASCA) is hosting a one-day Future Ready Co-Learning Lab in Adelaide on Monday 29 May to build smart city know-how and strengthen relationships across government, industry, academia and innovators.

Held as part of the Australian Government’s Future Ready smart cities incubator series, the interactive Lab session will give participants a deeper understanding of and insight into how to create a smart city.

Participants will be actively engaged in the Future Ready Co-Learning Lab and gain valuable knowledge to:

  • Build a better understanding of the smart cities ecosystem.
  • Develop the skills to identify smart cities challenges and set priorities for action.
  • Work collaboratively to respond to a challenge.
  • Make connections, join networks and identify potential partners.

Future Ready is a smart cities incubator series that sits alongside the Australian Government’s Smart Cities and Suburbs Program which aims to help local governments prepare for smart city transformations through learning, collaboration and ideas generation.

“We are excited to partner with the Australian Government to deliver the Future Ready Co-Learning Lab, to be held before the Telstra Australian Smart Communities Conference on 29-31 May,” ASCA President Michael Whereat said.

“The Future Ready Co-Learning Lab is a great way to kick off the two-day conference which features an exciting program of international and national keynote speakers, panel discussions with leading smart community professionals and a trade exhibition of leading technology businesses and organisations.”

FUTURE READY CO-LEARNING LAB

Time: 10am – 4pm

Date: Monday, 29 May 2017

Venue: Adelaide Convention Centre

Cost: $345 (ASCA members), $395 (non members) – fees include morning/afternoon teas and lunch

Registrations are separate to the Conference and strictly limited to 120 participants.

Book now: http://ascaconference.org.au/future-ready

Hari Kotrotsios