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ABOUT IoTAA – IoT ALLIANCE AUSTRALIA

With over 400 member organisations and over 750 individual participants the IoTAA is the peak body representing IoT in Australia.

Its vision is to empower industry to grow Australia’s competitive advantage through IoT.

It works with:

  • Industry to accelerate the adoption of IoT in specific sectors
  • State and Federal Government to develop programs and policies
  • Research institutions to build leadership in strategic areas

IOTAA focuses on the key industry sectors of Agri-Food, Water, Energy, Smart Cities, Transport/Logistics and Manufacturing and the key enabling technologies of Data, Security and Platforms and supported through its collaborative framework start-up engagement programs.

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ABOUT IoT IMPACT

IoT is driving rapid and radical workplace transformation across all industries, for companies large and small.

Every global industry will experience disruption.  From the enterprise to healthcare to transportation.

But for many it’s difficult to discern facts from fiction.

IoT IMPACT does just that – giving you the insight and intelligence you need to navigate this rapidly shifting landscape.

Which technologies are making significant progress? How does their commercialisation affect your business? What do you need to know right now to stay ahead of the curve?

Over the span of two days participants will:

  • Gain a working understanding of complex tech that’s driving business innovation.
  • Learn how IoT will specifically impact the key industries of AgriFood, Water, Energy, Smart Cities, Transport/Logistics and Manufacturing.
  • Learn to harness IoT technologies to build a competitive business advantage: increase revenue, ensure security, and make smart hires in a changing workforce.
  • Get clear insights that help you cut through the noise around IoT and chart your strategy.

Meet the sharpest minds in the technology, management, start-up, engineering, and academic communities–the people leading the next wave of intelligent technologies.

This inaugural event held in Australia will be located at the heart of UTS where so much of the development and implementation of IoT is taking place in Building 11 – the Faculty of Engineering and IT.

Here you can’t help but feel the excitement and inspiration of being at the top Data, Science and Robotics University surrounded by the most highly engaged technological minds anywhere in the world.

Ranked #1 Young University in Australia, UTS is a dynamic and innovative university in central Sydney. UTS has a distinct model of learning, strong research performance and a leading reputation for engagement with industry and the professions.

SPONSOR & EXHIBIT

WHAT IS THE INTERNET OF THINGS?

The physical essence of the Internet of Things (IoT) is billions of connected devices providing data – in many cases in real-time – and sending it back to businesses that can remotely and automatically control this physical infrastructure.

The magic quality of the IoT is the connected world it makes possible: a world that’s getting bigger as the technologies linking devices become smaller, cheaper and faster.

Much more than a technological transformation, the IoT is creating new types of businesses, centred around services and user experience. These will have a massive impact on the structure of our organisations and the way we work together. While these changes will only happen in small steps, they will come quickly and have a huge and lasting effect.

THE IoT IMPACT EXPERIENCE

IoT Impact is aimed at both the supply and demand side of IoT.

It will provides attendees with a wide range of events and activities in which to participate:

Experience the latest in IoT technologies first-hand at the IoT Expo.  50 exhibitors from start-ups to global companies, from Australia and around the world, will showcase their innovations and technologies on best show floor of IoT in Australia.

Hear from an inspiring line-up of global thought-leaders at our Keynote sessions.

Learn as industry experts present their strategies, best practices and case studies of IoT empowered products, services and solutions at the two-day IoT conference.

Expand your knowledge and understanding further at our targeted Workshop sessions.

Mix with corporate and government leaders at the IoT Awards.

Witness IoT in operation in Site Visits to world-leading IoT examples in our own backyard.

Click on a sector of this diagram to learn more about that part of IOT Impact.

IoT IMPACT: COVERING THE SIX MAJOR INDUSTRY DEMANDS

AND THE KEY TECHNOLOGY ENABLERS

THE IoT IMPACT AWARDS

The IoT Impact Award recognises excellence, innovation and achievement in the IoT industry.  The award given to a product or service with the potential to impact and benefit the entire Internet of Things ecosystem.

Eligibility

The awards are open to any company or organisation that is a sponsor or exhibitor at IoT Impact 2018.

  • The company’s new IoT solution must be commercially available and have been introduced to the market place from a minimum of 6 months to a maximum of 2 years prior to September 2018 or
  • The service or product offering must be in use and functionality proved with at least one collaborative partner.
  • The product/ service can be in any area: for example in security, data sharing, interoperability etc.
  • The company must be registered and operating in Australia (ABN on request).
  • The company must own the IP of the solution which they are nominating for the award.

Nomination

Nominations open on 1 May 2018 and must be submitted on the IoT Impact Award nomination form via email to awards@iotimpact.com.au.  A nomination form and conditions of entry will shortly be available on the IoT Impact website.  Nominations must be received by 5pm on Friday 21 July 2018.

Judging

The awards will be judged by a judging panel appointed by IOTAA and Messe International (Organisers of IoT Impact 2018).   Finalist will be notified in writing by 10 August 2018.

Presentation of Awards

The Award winner will be presented with their award at the IoT Impact Cocktail Reception and Awards Night to be held on Monday 10 September 2018.   The Award winner will have the opportunity to use the IoT Impact Award branding on their website and marketing material for a full year following IOT Impact 2018.

IOT Impact Cocktail Function and Awards
Monday 10 September 2018
Aerial Function Centre, Level 7, Building 10, UTS
Separate Tickets required.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

IoT IMPACT is for senior executives responsible for information, technology, security, strategy, and marketing–those charged with driving innovation and product development across industries and sectors within their business.

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C-Level Executives

2

Heads of Innovation

3

VC/Investors

4

VPs of Strategy

5

VPs of Product Planning

6

R&D Specialists

7

IT Decision Makers

8

Government

9

IoT Experts

10

Aspiring IoT Engineers

SPEAKERS

Dr Stefan Ferber

CEO Bosch Software Innovations

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Frank Zeichner

CEO IoT Alliance Australia

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Prof. Alexey Voinov

Faculty of Engineering & IT, University of Technology Sydney

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Dr Mike Briers AO

CEO Food Agility

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Professor Dr Lutz Heuser

CEO [ui!] Group

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SCHEDULE

Day 1 – Monday 10th September, 2018

9.00am – 9.05am

Welcome by IOTAA CEO

9.05am – 9.10am

Welcome by Chair IOTAA

9.10am – 9.20am

Welcome by TBC

9.20am – 9.40am

Political Speaker

9.40am – 10.15am

Future Speaker

10.15am- 10.45am

Break (Exhibition Floor)

10.45am – 12.15pm

CONFERENCE 1
Smart Cities

CONFERENCE 2
Transport

WORKSHOP 1
Food & Agriculture

WORKSHOP 2
Manufacturing

12.15pm -1.30pm

Lunch (Exhibtion Floor)

1.30pm – 3.00pm

CONFERENCE 3
Water

CONFERENCE 4
Energy

WORKSHOP 3
Smart Cities

WORKSHOP 4
Transport

SITE VISITS 1

UTS LRS – Library retrieval system tours
Proto Lab Tours (3D printing)
Roof top building 11

VENDOR LABS

3.00pm – 3.30pm

Break (Exhibition Floor)

3.30pm – 5.00pm

CONFERENCE 5
Food & Agriculture

CONFERENCE 6
Manufacturing

WORKSHOP 5
Water

WORKSHOP 6
Energy

SITE VISITS 2

Roof top building 11
One Central Park Eco Building

5.30pm – 7.00pm

Cocktail Reception & Awards

Day 2 – Tuesday 11th September, 2018

9.00am – 9.05am

Welcome by IOTAA CEO

9.05am – 9.10am

Welcome by Chair IOTAA

9.10am – 9.20am

Welcome by TBC

9.20am – 9.40am

Political Speaker

9.40am – 10.15am

Where is Technology Heading?

10.15am- 10.45am

Break (Exhibition Floor)

10.45am – 12.15pm

CONFERENCE 7
Data: Use / Availability / Privacy

CONFERENCE 8
Security

WORKSHOP 7
Networks

WORKSHOP 8
Sensors

VENDOR LABS

12.15pm -1.30pm

Lunch (Exhibtion Floor)

1.30pm – 3.00pm

CONFERENCE 9
Platforms

CONFERENCE 10
Robotics

WORKSHOP 9
Data

WORKSHOP 10
Security

SITE VISITS
TBC

VENDOR LABS

3.00pm – 3.30pm

Break (Exhibition Floor)

3.30pm – 5.00pm

CONFERENCE 11
Networks

CONFERENCE 12
AI

WORKSHOP 11
Standards

SITE VISITS
TBC

VENDOR LABS

LIST OF SITE VISITS
Roof top building 11 – the latest in smart building management – water / energy / monitoring
One Central Park Eco Building
Sydney Fish Markets
UTS Super Lab
UTS LRS – Library retrieval system tours
Proto Lab Tours (3D printing)
Data 360 Tours