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Ten million data points on twenty-two hectares: Property IoT opportunities

Bill Ruh Lendlease

Bill Ruh, Chief Digital Officer from LendLease delivered an impressive presentation where he gave insight into how IoT in property, precinct and city developments are gaining traction and driving new customer experience and holistic operational capability. Lendlease manage a million buildings globally and envisage the future building 'Digital Twin' - a complete digital representation of a building and it's physics, to dramatically address construction cost overruns and productivity – and enabling buildings to integrate into the city fabric.

Australian Rights Commissioner 

Edward Santow

"While privacy is important to the public it’s how data is used that concerns users more", 

An insightful comment made by Edward Santow, Australian Rights Commissioner during an outstanding panel discussion Data ecosystem management: Unlocking the value, protecting the user.


NSW Transport achieving cultural, business and technology change to drive their standout public transport monitoring data repository which drives not only their own operations but hundreds of external business that share their data.

Only 20% of IoT projects currently go forward 

John Gordon

John Gordon, President, Commercial Group, Lenovo stated that only 20% of IoT pilots currently go forward, this underscores the value of the conference and important work ahead of us.


Internet of farms: Insights from the Netherlands, It was astounding to hear the comparison of Australia’s $50Bn export to Netherlands $150Bn export – with 1/185th of the land.  This session showcased the power of IoT within for Dutch agriculture to deliver intensive farming and customised outputs – while keeping sustainability front of mind.

The market for IoT evolved and matured in 2019

The focus for IoT Impact 2020 has shifted significantly, as Australia's peak industry body for IoT we have identified that the market for IoT evolved and matured during 2019, as evidenced through our surveys, events, workstream activities and industry and government engagements.  No where else will your organisation get true insight into where Australia's key industry focus lies when it comes to IoT.

We had a highly successful and active year for IoT in Australia and IoTAA and have some key challenges and opportunities to address for 2020.

Key indicators of IoT evolution to maturity

  • NSW Government IoT Policy Framework

  • Federal Government Voluntary code for IoT Security

  • Launch of Consumer Data Rights

  • Rise of Distributed Energy Resources and their data collection needs

  • Water industry moving to mass deployment of sensors

  • Setup of Standards Australia IoT group – headed by IoTAA

  • IoT applied to Major Infrastructure projects, Victorian LXRP program

  • AgTech Finder is launched to help sort the “Wheat from the Chaff”

  • IoTAA commissioned  study for ACCC on eSafety for Consumer IoT

IoT impact is the only Australian IoT conference driven by the industry. IoT Alliance Australia is the peak industry body representing IoT in Australia. Over 450 participating organisations and 850 individual participants are working to accelerate the adoption of IoT across the Australian economy and society. The content of this conference has been carefully crafted from experts who are designing and implementing IoT in their industry.


85% of 2019 attendees indicated they will attend in 2020

IoT Impact is a great platform for C-Level, IT and business professionals to meet and discuss IoT trends, opportunities and threats and its impact on business outcomes. Content has been crafted for enterprise to government, SMBs to technology and service providers.

This conference is ideally suited to those who are making investment and strategy decisions or building and executing projects within their organisation.

  • C Level Executives
  • IT Directors & Management
  • Solutions Architects
  • IT Architects
  • Programme Managers
  • R&D Managers
  • Line of Business Managers
  • Security Professionals
  • Network Professionals
  • Service Provider Managers
  • Data Analysts & Scientists


Industry leaders and real life case studies

Sharing their IoT experiences from industries including Health, Manufacturing, Smart Cities, Water, Energy, Transport, Food and Agribusiness.

See IoT applied across the entire technology chain

Explore our exhibition and vendor labs during your visit, focus on the technology that is pertinent to you. The exhibition floor will be structured to enable visitors to find what they want quickly and efficiently structured by technology – IoT, Blockchain, Cyber Security, AI & Big Data etc…

Panels & Workshops that unlock the issues

Industry and technology panels will offer delegates the chance to focus in on latest trends, challenges and approaches. These streams will highlight the most innovative advancements in technologies which are affecting IoT.

Connect with people that have IoT at their core

As IoTAA are the peak industry body representing IoT and are the hosts of IoT impact, expect an audience of over 1,000 who are considering, embarking or immersed in an IoT strategy. There are no time wasters at IoT Impact.


 John Gordon

John Gordon

President, Commercial IoT Group Lenovo

 Angela Coble

Angela Coble

Business Technology Leader – Director | Co-Chair Women's Leadership & Inclusion for Australia & New Zealand, Johnson & Johnson

 William  Ruh

William Ruh

Chief Digital Officer, LendLease

 Flavia Tata Nardini

Flavia Tata Nardini

CEO, Fleet Space Technologies

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IoT Impact 2019 Agenda is available to view to get an idea of the calibre of speakers and breath of IoT topics.

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Delegates will get unprecedented opportunities to immerse themselves into the key topics of:

  • Advanced Manufacturing & Robotics
  • Smart Cities and Prop Tech
  • Research & Innovation
  • Next Generation Mobility and Connected Vehicles
  • AgTech and Supply Chains
  • Skills, Enablement & Collaboration
  • Connected Healthcare & Wellness
  • Smart Grids, Smart Water, Circular Economy

Supported by the Latest updates on:

  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
  • Data Sharing & Frameworks
  • Research & Innovation
  • Connected Devices & Edge Computing
  • Blockchain & Authentication
  • Cyber-Security & Trust
  • Connected Healthcare & Wellness
  • Connectivity and 5G


The 2019 IoT Impact Cocktail Function
& Awards

Tuesday 15 October 2019
Hyatt Regency

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