Day Two

08:15
Registration and welcome coffee
08:50
Opening remarks from the Chair

Lynne Payne
Industry Portfolio Manager-Faculty of Information Technology
Monash University

SMART FROM THE START

09:00
Getting smarter: the international school of Kuala Lumpur’s smart campus development story

The Smart Campus journey starts with Business Transformation. Realising a campuswide suite of systems that are viable, scalable, integrated and orchestrated requires a transformational level of collaboration. Come learn how ISKL moved from antiquated analogue processes in two ageing campuses to efficient digital workflows focused on customer service in a state of the art platinum LEEDS certified Smart Campus.

Dave Perrau
Director of Project Operations
International School of Kuala Lumpur

09:30
The value of investing in innovation teams to accelerate smart campus development

Smart Campus development requires both directive strategy planning and emergent strategy development, leveraging well planned projects and delivery along with the sparks of innovation that lead to something highly differentiating.

  • Explore the value of innovation teams or labs and how they input to smart campus development
  • How an innovation team can provide an emergent strategy

Alan Longmuir
Emergent Technologies Manager
Deakin eSolutions

10:00
Transforming your IT services organisation to support and empower digital business disruption
  • Aligning IT to front-line business challenges and transformation opportunities
  • Fostering creativity and innovation – helping the business get to ‘Why’
  • Instigating and navigating self-disruption, while continuing to deliver effective services and support
  • Maturing your service capability to make it all stick – sustainability is key
  • Achieving organizational alignment during all stages of transformation

Chris Rasmussen
Former CIO
Curtin University

10:30
PANEL DISCUSSION-Organizational Challenges: how is technology changing traditional roles?
  • What are the new skills needed to operate Smart Campuses?
  • How to build a smart team to operate your campus
  • What are the transversal skills needed in a world of growing complexity?

Moderator:

Lynne Payne
Industry Portfolio Manager-Faculty of Information Technology
Monash University

Panellists:

Dave Perrau
Director of Project Operations
International School of Kuala Lumpur

Alan Longmuir
Emergent Technologies Manager
Deakin eSolutions

Chris Rasmussen
Former CIO
Curtin University

James MacDonald
Founder
JM Recruitment & Newy Tech People

David Murray
Customer Insights & Innovations Manager
Operational Intelligence

11:00
Networking break in solutions lounge

CONNECTED AND INTELLIGENT CAMPUSES

11:30
From smart campus to intelligent campus
  • What is the difference between a smart campus and an intelligent campus?
  • How to move from a smart campus to an intelligent campus?
  • What are the advantages of using live and dynamic data?

Vladimir Finn
Strategic Director
PHORIA

12:00
DATA, EDUCATION, PRIVACY AND RESEARCH
  • Data sharing at the centre of a new economy
  • Which are the traditional approaches to data sharing and why they are failing
  • How to build robust framework to assess and mitigate against privacy risks
  • What are the best examples of differential privacy and other privacy preserving technologies
  • Applying transparent, ethical frameworks around the collection and use of data

Christophe Doche
Executive Director
Optus Macquarie University Cyber Security Hub

12:30
Lunch

THE FUTURE OF SMART BUILDINGS

13:30
Why AI and IoT will revolutionise the way buildings are run in the future
  • An AI & IoT explainer, learn how to think about these technologies
  • Why AI and IoT will cause disruption and what is unique about these technologies.
  • How to build/resource AI and IoT projects in your buildings.

Raqibul Hassan
Manager, Contract Improvement Initiatives
Monash University

14:00
Being smarter, being greener: managing campus infrastructure and operations to achieve carbon neutrality
  • Campus energy efficiency – microgrids and other innovative solutions
  • Reducing energy consumption using space occupancy people counters
  • The potential for more active use of building rooftops

Adrian Daniels
Asset Planning Engineer - Project Engineer Mechanical Services
Monash University 

Tim Hoban
Project Engineer
Monash University’s Net Zero Initiative

14:30
Networking break in solutions lounge
15:00
The emergence of smart self-healing behavioural buildings (SSBB) towards 2020
  • Harnessing behavioral data (online and offline) with 4D printing and the Internet of Things
  • How behavioral data and body language allow buildings and campuses to continuously adjust the experience available for the users
  • Providing delightful interactions with the building and the robotic concierge
  • Why “WeWork” and other co-working environments represent just the beginning

Dr Suresh Sood
Brand & Behavioral Data Scientist, Regional Director
Fanplayr Inc

15:30
The future student accommodation (or the accommodation of the future)
  • How can “smart buildings” create a tailored student environment and how can it attract students to live on campus
  • Why smarter accommodation can help universities attract international students
  • How can universities create sustainable living for future students
  • Futureproofing student accommodation to meet fast changing demands

Paul Savitz
Director-Student Accommodation
Savills Australia & New Zealand

16:00
Closing remarks from the chair
16:10
End of conference