About this event
Digitisation in the engineering sector continues to provide new solutions for envisioning and delivering better outcomes. What capabilities are now possible with new services derived from GIS data? How can a connected workflow streamline decision-making?
Join our digital experts as they discuss how large organisations take a specific approach to digitisation, changing the way we do business and adding greater value to daily operations by creating automated workflows and new services.
Through deep learning processes, IoT platforms and enhanced community engagement tools, the right kind of digital transformation can alter your path forward — in the best possible way.
About the speakers
Spatial Capability Specialist Leader, Aurecon
Martin is Aurecon’s Spatial Capability Specialist Leader. He has been in the GIS industry for 30 years, working with a wide range of clients, all tiers of government and has delivered some of the country’s biggest infrastructure projects. Martin's specific industry expertise and Aurecon’s approach to Innovation and Digitisation will enable him to showcase some of their current digital initiatives in this transformation space.
Segment Manager – Circular Economy, Sydney Water
Greg Ingleton is the Segment Manager – Circular economy for Sydney Water. Greg has spent almost 20 years in the water utility sector with a focus on recycled water, water quality management and the “non-core” role that water plays in our urban environment. With a background in farming and environmental science, Greg focuses on a systems approach to find solutions. This includes on ground trials to demonstrate benefits within the Sydney Water role, as well as more strategic input and direction from his role as a member of the Green Adelaide Board.
Senior product marketing manager for AEC, Nearmap
Joanna Ross is the senior product marketing manager for AEC at Nearmap, an innovation company whose cloud-based geospatial information services and aerial surveys provide certainty to an ever-changing world. With a background in technology startups, she helps develop site intelligence tools that provide a single source of truth to improve decisions across the project lifecycle — from feasibility studies and remote field assessments through concept designs, logistics planning, and stakeholder engagement. Joanna recently relocated to Sydney from New York and has fully embraced the cult of ocean pool hopping.
Product Manager for content, Nearmap
Stephen Neale is the Product Manager for content at Nearmap. With a master’s degree in GIS and Remote Sensing from UNSW, Stephen solves business problems by innovating products that benefit from advances in spatial information. He is passionate about emerging geospatial technology and unlocking the data behind geospatial content that can help us understand reality to inform decision making.
Who should attend?
AEC with a focus on Engineering and Construction, Decision Makers, Business Evaluator/Influencer and End users.
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