Game Changers, Shaping the Built Environment

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Date: Thursday, 27 July 2017 to Thursday, 27 July 2017
Address: Brisbane, QLD Australia
Place: The River Room, Customs House
Total Price: $114.00
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Join us for a conversation on Digital Transformation; Innovation & thinking differently; Talent, Capabilities & Staying Power; and our changing cities.

 

The reality is that the built environment is a place of complexity, change, movement and process and is not simply a series of immovable objects.

 

Digital technology and digital delivery has changed the way we plan, build, maintain and use our social and economic infrastructure.  Software, hardware and manufacturing are focused on innovation, keeping our world connected and finding solutions to problems as new technology emerges.

 

Changing customer demands are impacting how we design, plan and use our cities and communities. We are placing increasing emphasis on a ‘data-driven’ future opening up opportunities for the development of new products and  markets.  Forcing us to reconsider our role as built environment professionals and think differently about organisational changes to keep our businesses and industry ‘fit-for-purpose’, attractive to clients and staff alike.

 

Let’s face it the connected world we are creating through harnessing big data, artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, augmented reality and virtual realities presents new and exciting opportunities for the built environment.  Game changing innovations and the rise of new industries.

 

The disruptions are occurring daily, we’re past the point of waiting for that to happen.  As an industry we can identify the challenges and the opportunities for delivering real solutions for our clients, and create sustainable communities for Queensland. 

 

Our speakers will share their insights and expertise and then it’s your turn.  We look forward to talking, and listening, to you.

 

Book online above or alternatively download the booking form.

 

Speakers:

Randall Makin, Co-Founder, RedEye
Donna Bliss, Business Director, Hays
Adam Beck, Executive Director, Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand
Warwick Absolon,Manager - Enterprise, VideoPro

Details 

Date: Thursday 27 July

Time: 7.15—10.30 am 

Venue:  The River Room, 
            Customs House, 399 Queen Street, Brisbane

 Cost:  $95 incl gst Member

            $114 incl gst Non Member

            $76 incl gst Government Rate

Please note if you regularly attend FutureNet events you can book at a discounted rate of $76.00 pp.  In order to secure this rate please download the booking form and return to qld@consultaustralia.com.au 


Thank you to our event supporter VideoPro.