Digital Twin: Digital Transformation

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Date: Friday, 20 September 2019 to Friday, 20 September 2019
Address: South Bank, QLD Australia
Place: The Emporium South Bank
Total Price: $0.00

We have all heard the term Digital Twin. With the layers of data on buildings, urban infrastructure, utilities, movement of people and vehicles they are rapidly becoming indispensable tools for planning and testing prior to implementing. Lowering costs and the chances of failing in the real world and as a result improving a city’s resilience.

Our expert panel will share their insights into spatially enabled cities, horizontal and vertical aspects of a digital twin and how digital twins align with City Deals to enable better planning, investment and create liveable and sustainable communities.


Steven Jacoby PSM | Executive Director | Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy
Steve is the Executive Director for Land and Spatial Information in the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy (DNRME).
Steve has 35 years’ experience in the spatial profession with both the Victorian and Queensland Governments and is the current Queensland representative on the committee of ANZLIC – the Spatial Information Council.

Steve holds a Bachelor of Applied Science from RMIT University and a Research Masters from The University of Melbourne. Steve is also an Adjunct Professor with the Institute for Future Environments at QUT. He was awarded the Public Service Medal for services to land and spatial information in the 2014 Queen’s Birthday Honours List.

Katie Ford | Head of Government & Stakeholder Relations | DATA61 | CSIRO
Katie is a Group Leader at Data61 and the Head of Government Business & Stakeholder Relations. Katie works with governments around Australia to bring Data61’s data-driven innovation and research to the public sphere to help solve complex policy challenges.  Prior to joining Data61, Katie was Corporate Affairs Manager for Intel Australia, leading Intel’s engagement with governments around policies such as smart cities, digital transformation, industry growth, innovation and STEM skills.

Adam Beck | Executive Director | Smart Cities Council
Adam is the founding Executive Director of Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand, an organisation that is part of the world's largest network of smart cities practitioners and policy makers who's goal is to make cities more liveable, workable, and sustainable.

Date: Friday 20 September 2019
Time: 7.15 am for 7.30 am start.  9.00 am finish.
Venue: The Emporium South Bank, 267 Grey Street, South Bank

$120.00 incl gst Member
$138.00 incl gst Non Member

$1164.00 incl gst Member Table of 10 (to book table of 10 please contact )
$1338.60 incl gst Non Member Table of 10 (to book table of 10 please contact )

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