The most engaging and comprehensive digital inclusion conference focused on remote Australia.
The Forum will deliver two consecutive, interactive and jam-packed days. The program will consist of a mix of activities across the days, from presentations and panel discussions,
to interactive workshop sessions. There will be policy-oriented discussions as well as opportunities for getting ‘hands-on’ with technology, with innovative solutions and emerging new technologies being showcased.
Local connected communities
What are the solutions to increasing access and participation? What are the risks and challenges involved? Share and learn from some of the most successful case studies.
Strong and sustainable economy
How is technology linked to accessing economic outcomes? What are the personal, commercial, community, regional and national considerations? Explore digital service delivery in the context of economic outcomes.
Breakthrough innovations and technology
What are the new technologies (e.g. ‘the Internet of Things’, robotics and drones, and 3D printing) and enablers of remote connectivity (e.g. last mile solutions, new innovations in backhaul, pico-cells, and mesh) and what are the social and economic consequences? See, feel and interact with the new technologies first hand.
What are the active government programs and policies? What are the opportunities (e.g. National Stronger Regions, Indigenous Advancement Strategy, Northern Australia Development, and NBN Co) and what are the service provider perspectives? Contribute to moving the agenda forward and be equipped to adapt to the new environment.
Brad Howarth Director, A Faster Future
...and many more.
More information available at: http://its.so/hardtoconnect