By sky or by sea, unmanned vehicles are opening up new avenues for business development. The Warren Centre’s Calm Before the Swarm: The future of autonomous air and sea vehicles panel will take place on Wednesday 26 October at the University of Sydney Business School, CBD Campus as part of the Spark Festival.
The event will open at 8:30am for a prompt 9:00am start. Morning tea will be served after the event finishes at 10:30am.
General admission tickets are $20 and full-time student tickets are $10. Calm Before The Swarm will be followed at 11AM by The Warren Centre's Building a robot infrastructure in Sydney event - click the Tickets button to buy a $30 discounted ticket for both events.
About the event
The Calm Before the Swarm panel will explore the rapidly expanding industry of unmanned aerial and marine vehicles, which is fast becoming one of the most interesting opportunities for start-ups to generate value.
The panel will consist of leading experts from academia and industry:
- Dirk Van Lammeren, Innovation Partner, Australia Post Accelerator
- Eduardo Nebot, Director, Australian Centre for Field Robotics
- Ian Conway-Lamb, Founder, Iridium Dynamics
- Abraham Kazzaz, Founder, Abyss Solutions
Calm Before The Swarm is part of the Spark Festival 2016, 24-28 October. The Spark Festival is a unique event that aims to connect people, ideas and resources across the start-up ecosystem. Last year 8,000 people attended 63 events in 39 venues across 10 technical tracks including Fintech, Health, IoT, Diversity and Government 2.0. This event is in the Quantum Computing, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics track.