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D61+ LIVE 2018 – free science and technology showcase event
September 18, 2018 @ 8:00 am - September 19, 2018 @ 5:00 pmFREE!
About the event
At D61+ LIVE attendees have the opportunity to experience Data61’s deep tech capabilities first hand, engage in thought provoking discussion about Australia’s future and our place in the world, and discuss the solutions and actions organisations need to adopt to remain competitive during the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The event brings together over 1,500 people from industry, government, universities and start-ups to explore how science and technology are helping to create new industries and reinvent existing ones, and achieve social, economic and environmental impact.
D61+ LIVE is a free event – SIGN UP NOW!
Who should attend?
Enterprise – Hear from global and local technologists and industry commentators on tech trends that are changing the world. Discover the latest cutting edge data science and technology and how it is being applied to different industries to maintain a competitive advantage.
Academia – Develop new relationships and new partnerships. Find out about the latest research happening from across Australia’s innovation ecosystem.
Government – Hear from global and local technologists and industry commentators on tech trends that are changing the world. Discover the latest cutting edge data science and technology and how it is being applied to different industries.
Students – Meet the best and brightest data scientists and engineers and find out how they’re applying their research and engineering to solve real world problems with government, academia and industry. Network and develop key relationships, land your next job!
The highlights of D61+ LIVE 2017 included:
- Showcase of CSIRO and Data61 science and technology innovations profiled across 40 demonstration booths, including robotics, data prediction tools and virtual reality
- 20 global and national keynote speakers and panellists debating the opportunities for Australia to lead and define its place in the context of digital transformation
- Launch of ExpertConnect in beta, connecting 45,000 Australian experts to facilitate opportunities for research and industry collaboration.