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8 Exhibition Street

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Session 1
How to Hack: a kick start to making your own IoT prototypes

Bradley Clayton, Director, Mobile & Connected Devices, Deloitte Digital

Bio: Bradley leads the Mobile and Connected Devices (MCD) practice at Deloitte Digital. He has built mobile applications and IoT prototypes for a number of Australian organisations, including Coles, the National Bank of Australia, Belong, Australia Post, Telstra, ANZ, GE Money, Energy Australia and the Department of Health. Bradley also leads hacker teams, a method that combines storytelling and rapid prototyping to demonstrate an idea and enable the testing of innovative customer experiences.

Session 2
Compute at the edge with AWS Greengrass.
AWS Greengrass extends AWS onto your devices, so they can act locally on the IoT data they generate while still taking advantage of the cloud. In this session, we discuss the features of AWS Greengrass that let you build powerful edge compute applications. We’ll also see a demonstration of IoT edge processing during a connectivity outage.

Greg Sporton, Partner Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services, Melbourne
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Prior to joining AWS, Greg spent 8 years with Cisco, and a further 15 years in the IT industry working for a number of large customers and system integrators in deployment, design and presales roles. Greg is a qualified electrical mechanic, and has a passion for networking, having held his CCIE for 15 years.

Session 3
Radiowars endgame; how the lessons of tech standardisation from the 1970-2000 apply to IoT commoditisation now.

We are going through a period where a multiplicity of standards have emerged in the IoT space, particularly in the connectivity space. We can look back to look forward.

A similar situation occurred in the 1970's in the semiconductor space and in the 90's in the networking space. We can use the lessons of the past to help determine how the competitive landscape between LPWan providers and technologies and Telco's and technologies may play out and how this will influence the price and capability of our IoT solutions.

Gavin Knight, Co-Founder, Mystic Pants
Bio: Gavin's first IoT device was a dragline excavator weighing around 10 000 tonnes in the early 1990's

Worked in a variety of senior roles in tech on the platform and device side for customers in India, Australia, and the USA. Founded Mystic Pants in late 2015 with Aron Steg, It's a specialist IoT systems integrator with a dozen staff located in Melbourne and have a variety of high profile customers such as Daikin, Buzzfeed, Toymail

Agenda: (Please arrive before 6 PM as doors will be closed )

5.30 PM - Pizza, drinks and networking
6.00 PM - 6.30 PM - Session 1
6.30 PM - 7.00 - Session 2
7.00 PM - 7.15 - Break
7.15 PM - 7.45 PM - Session 3

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