Days of panel sessions, workshops, partner programs, keynote speeches, awards and more


Key Industries adopting IoT technologies including Healthcare, Food & Agribusiness, Smart Cities, Transport, Water, Energy, Manufacturing


Key Delegates showcasing the ways in which industry, government and communities are Seizing the IoT Opportunity


Hover over the icons in each conference stream below to identify cross sector collaboration:

The program has been built on IoTAA’s core belief of cross sector collaboration and sharing of information, the program is designed to easily identify related sectorial challenges and opportunities, we understand that key sectors can learn from each other.

IoT Impact Prioritises Cross Sector Collaboration between:
Smart Cities (Smart Precincts, Smart Buildings), Food & Agribusiness, Water, Energy, Transport, Manufacturing, Health.
The program is led by key individuals who will deliver content on technology enablers such as Cybersecurity, Data Use, Access and Privacy, Platforms and Interoperability and Collaboration, IoT Startups, AI and Blockchain.

The team behind IoT Impact program make it compelling:
The conference program is driven by a diverse group of IoT influencers from key sectors who volunteer their time to IoTAA, they work within Energy, Water, Transport, Manufacturing, Food and Agribusiness, Health, Smart Cities, Smart Buildings and Prop Tech.


Key industries and technologies share common IoT opportunities and challenges, use the icons to identify other relevant conference streams.


The Smart Cities conference stream aims to advance adoption of IoT solutions for enhancing citizen services and shaping more sustainable communities. This conference stream will provide insights, examples and information about urban IoT opportunities in our public places and spaces. This conference stream is based on a collaboration with multiple industry groups, government agencies, standards bodies and academia. The sessions within the conference stream will focus on key drivers and influencers that will shape the dynamics of future cities with focus on three key Smart Cities, Smart Precints, Smart Buildings.  Attend our interactive workshop designed to give delegates key take homes.
WORKSHOP:' Managing energy in the home'

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IoT offers great opportunities to expand Australia’s food export market - by ensuring provenance of high value products to the end customer and increasing production yields through precision-technology farming. conference stream sessions will focus on Australia’s competitive position in food and agriculture through technology.  Attend an interactive panel session will discuss ‘sensing the future food’ and the interactive workshop designed to take home key actions: WORKSHOP: 'Food & Agribusiness'.

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Water is one of the first sessions on day one of the conference, kicking off with the question 'Is the water industry ready for IoT'? The audience will get answers as to how IoT is driving new business models, changing user behaviours and producing more sustainable ways of delivering water.  A panel of experts in their field will discuss Water innovation in real life practice.

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The energy conference stream is based on enabling collaboration and cooperation in this highly fragmented industry. This conference stream addresses the many challenges this sector experiences. Conference stream sessions are focused on the role of IoT In energy market transformation, with skyrocketing prices, peak-time supply failures. Sessions will also cover topics such as Australia's electricity supply facing problems that our current models and best minds are struggling to solve.  Also, an interactive of panel experts will also discuss driving future energy productivity and smart consumption, with questions from the floor to delve further into this topic.  Attend our workshop designed to give delegates key actions to take home: WORKSHOP: 'Managing energy in the home'.

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It’s the IoTAA’s aim to create an Australian Transport sector that is world leading in IoT adoption, investment, and benefits. As an association we have been working tirelessly to raise awareness of the critical importance of IoT to this sector and are deeply engaged with key stakeholders across the IoT eco-system. Sessions for this sector address challenges faced by this sector one particular session Integrated Mobility and Managing Congestion - focuses on how to keep the wheels turning while introducing new technologies and models for EV/Autonomous/Shared/Public Transport?

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The time is now for manufacturing to delve deeper into IoT, this risk-averse sector no doubt seeks to prevent and pre-empt problems with IoT implementation and achieve ROI in a quick timeframe. Our conference stream sessions around ‘IoT Manufacturing Champions’ will be of particular interest to this sector, these champions have successfully established themselves as global leaders. This session delves into what others can learn from these champions with the ultimate aim of expanding Australia’s manufacturing base. An interactive panel session will follow called, ‘From Micro-Manufacturing to High Volume Manufacturing: Realising value in IoT implementation’.
WORKSHOP: 'Supply chain - tracking and monitoring - do it now'
WORKSHOP: 'IoT manufacturing maturity - where do you sit?'

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IoTAA aims to be the leading industry body to advance IoT applications in Digital Health. IoT Impact includes conference stream sessions that demonstrate potential new models of care through innovative IoT technology to improve personal health. Our panel session improving Patient Care through IoT Digital Health is guaranteed to give delegates key take-homes.

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If IoT is about connecting the real world to the digital and making use of the data, AI is the digital engine provides that the intelligence to predict, decide and react - what could go wrong?

WORKSHOP: 'Sustainability and the circular economy - how can IoT make an Impact?'
WORKSHOP: 'Mobility as a service 101'

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Increased cyber-attacks through connected devices continue to pose significant obstacles to IoT adoption. These sessions tackle the privacy issues with interoperability and an insight into best practices. Cyber security and IoT innovations are inseparable. To successfully drive innovations in IoT, businesses must first define and deploy the right cyber defense approach. Join this conference stream to discuss the strategic frameworks to future-proof your organization.  WORKSHOP: 'IoT Security Certification - what does it mean?'

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There are plenty of options available – and now – for connecting massive numbers of IoT sensors, across all parts of Australia. What’s holding us up?  Attend this conference stream for more insight.

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In a future world where we will be swamped with data generated by the Internet of Things it will be essential to understand data authenticity to sort the good from the bad, the valuable from the worthless. When does it make sense to use blockchain?  attend this conference stream for answers.

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With vast resources of data already out there and a tsunami of additional data coming, getting access to the data we need is fundamental for Australia’s future economic benefit. How can we manage that and protect national, business and consumer interests?

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The 2019 IoT Impact Cocktail Function
& Awards

Tuesday 15 October 2019
Hyatt Regency

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