Tuesday June 23, 2015 – Tuesday June 23, 2015
Australian Technology Park
Open to Members and Non members
Networking Business event – Sydney
An excellent opportunity to extend your networking with industry representatives. These ITS Australia networking events are well attended and places will be limited.
Hosted by ITS Australia and sponsored by National ICT Australia (NICTA)
We all want safer roads, more efficient transportation, smart sustainability solutions and smarter cities.
Join ITS Australia as we explore upcoming ITS business opportunities for Australian companies both nationally and overseas – and a great chance to connect with other ITS professionals.
Event hosted by ITS Australia: This is a free event, open to ITS professionals, drinks and canapés served – members and non-members welcome. Places are strictly limited – pre-registration required. RSVP by 17 June 2015
- Tuesday 23rd June 2015
- 5.15pm – for 5.30pm start
- Finish 7.30pm
- National ICT Australia (NICTA)
Australian Technology Park
Level 3, 13 Garden Street Eveleigh NSW
Booked Out (Contact ITS Australia)
President ITS Australia and
General Manager Public Policy, RACV
Director, Infrastructure, Transport and Logistics
National ICT Australia (NICTA)
Leigh Berwick | AusTrade
Opportunities for Australian ITS companies in Asia Pacific
Bertrand Raoult | French Trade Commission
Opportunities for business meetings in Bordeaux
Chief Executive, ITS Australia
Other opportunities for you
Also presented will be the latest updates and showcase opportunities available at the 23rd ITS World Congress 2016 that will be held in Melbourne from 10 – 14 October 2016 and hosted by ITS Australia.
NICTA’s Transport and Logistics Living Lab (TALLL) – TECHNICAL TOUR
The Transport and Logistics Living Lab is an exhibition space located at NICTA in the Australian Technology Park, Sydney, and in every sense, is a living and breathing lab, with active participants from industry, research and government, sharing information and collaborating on joint projects to drive the productivity of the nation. Tours of the Living Lab provide an opportunity to see exhibits of the application of ICT along an end-to end supply chain. Physical components, interactive elements, and a logistics themed fit-out provide a tangible experience, so visitors can explore, interact and understand how the latest technology will work in practice.
This national Living Lab is one of several ‘Knowledge Hubs’ that are jointly supported by industry members and the NSW Government. As a Knowledge Hub, the Living Lab will facilitate the connection of a fragmented Transport and Logistics industry to innovation and best-practice activities with the goal of making Australia’s transport and logistics sector more productive, efficient, greener and safer. www.futurelogisticslivinglab.com.au