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IoT underpinning Data-Driven Innovation – the role of IoT in the ITP
IoT has been instrumental in the collection of data for a few years, now it is time to discuss the relevance of the application of that data across different sectors.
The Government’s Digital Technology Industry Transformation Plan has identified data driven innovation as a critical foundation for the future growth and success of the New Zealand digital sector. An initial activity within the Data-Driven Innovation workstream is the establishment of a national network of Regional Data Innovation Labs, and Industrial Data Spaces. These labs and data spaces will act as focal points for both public and private organizations across our regional economies to join-up, share data and help develop data-driven innovations that support development of our overall national data economy.
Join NZTech’s CEO, Graeme Muller, and Program Director for Industry 4.0 Accelerator, Malcolm Fraser and Head of AI and Data Science for Qrious, Sam Daish for a discussion on the critical role of IoT and data driven innovation for New Zealand’s future.
Hear about initiatives such as the Regional Data Innovation Labs, connect with your peers and enjoy an evening of networking.
Graeme Muller, CEO, NZTech
Passionate about the impact that technology can make to society and the economy. With a background in technology & business research, management consultancy and marketing across multiple sectors and geographies. Able to quickly identify critical issues in complex environments and simplify to lead change and create growth. Internationally experienced having lead teams and built businesses in New Zealand, Australia, South East Asia, North Asia, Europe, Middle East & Africa.
Malcolm Fraser, Program Director, Industry 4.0 Accelerator
Malcolm has extensive global experience in the technology, manufacturing, engineering, and logistics sectors and he brings a high level of energy to the organisations he works in, and the boards on which he serves. He also has a passion for pragmatic strategy design that puts a priority on developing a modern workforce that is supported to achieve their individual goals, in turn driving organisational success.
Sam Daish, Head of AI and Data Science
Sam Daish is one of New Zealand’s most senior data and AI strategists. With over 15 years’ experience spanning the banking, finance, government and technology sectors, Daish has carved out a reputation as being a leading innovator in the data and AI field with a unique skill for applying cutting-edge technologies to address both customers’ well understood challenges as well as their unarticulated needs. In his capacity as Head of AI and Data Science at Qrious, Daish drives the growth within the AI portfolio as well as building the foundational systems to allow New Zealand organisations to leverage AI for greater business success.
- Time: 5.30pm – 7pm
- Location: Spark Central – Level 1, 42-52 Willis St, Wellington
- Cost: Free for NZTech and NZ IoT Alliance members ($25 for non-members)