Disruption, innovation and connection

Disruption, innovation and connection

WA
Jul 10
Innovation is disrupting almost every industry across the world. This event will focus on global 'smart' initiatives, emerging technologies, strategic urban planning and designs, policies and the investment needed to develop best practice in WA.

Speakers

Jeff Connolly, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Siemens and Chairman, Prime Minister's Industry 4.0 Taskforce
Lisa Dykes, National Business Manager, ESRI Australia
Pascal Felix, Intelligent Infrastructure Executive, WSP
Giles Nunis, Chief Executive and Government Chief Information Officer, CIO

Event overview

For the first time on the CEDA stage, Western Australia’s inaugural Chief Executive and Government Chief Information Officer, Giles Nunis, will outline his vision on how government will drive digital innovation to underpin opportunities for WA employment and economic growth.

Coupled with a keynote address from Jeff Connolly, Siemens Chairman and Chief Executive Officer and Chair of the Prime Minister’s Industry 4.0 Taskforce, and industry representatives, this event will highlight plans for creating a ‘smarter’ WA, the autonomous future, and the initiatives being implemented to position WA as a leader in innovation and technology.
 
Attendees will leave with valuable insights and strategies to consider within their own organisations as WA prepares for a future of disruption, innovation and connection.

Meet the keynote speaker

Jeff Connolly
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Siemens and Chairman, Prime Minister's Industry 4.0 Taskforce

Meet the speakers

Lisa Dykes
National Business Manager, ESRI Australia

Pascal Felix
Intelligent Infrastructure Executive, WSP

Giles Nunis
Chief Executive and Government Chief Information Officer, CIO

Ranil Sharma
Industry Lead, Smart Cities and Utilities, Telstra Global Enterprise

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