ITS Australia Business Networking Event – CANBERRA 2019
DATE: Tuesday 10 September 2019
TIME: 5.15pm (5.30pm start) – 7.30pm
WHERE: Seeing Machines – 80 Mildura Street, Fyshwick ACT 2609, Australia – MAP
FREE TO ATTEND
Open to ITS and aligned industry professionals, Members and Non-Members welcome
Registration essential, places are limited
Snap-shot presentations by industry leaders
Networking drinks and canapes served
Organised and hosted by: ITS Australia
Registrations Close: 5 September 2019
(Not open to the public.)
With the commencement this year of its light rail service, the ongoing Smart Parking trial in Manuka, and the ACT Government’s commitment to evolving Canberra into a smart and connected digital city, the nation’s capital has many exciting ITS projects in development. In September, please join us to learn how leadership in Canberra drives Australia’s transport technologies forward.
Open to ITS and aligned industry professionals
Members and Non Members Welcome
First Assistant Secretary for Cyber Security Policy
Department of Home Affairs
Gregory (Greg) Miller is the Deputy National Cyber Security Adviser and the First Assistant Secretary Cyber Security Policy within the Department of Home Affairs. He is responsible for advice on Australia’s cyber security policy and strategy, and is co-located within the Australian Cyber Security Centre.
Greg has led the development of national and organisational strategies, in both the public and private sector. Areas of specialisation economic policy, industry engagement, national security strategy, cyber security, counter terrorism and intelligence. He was one of the lead drafters of Australia’s first National Security Strategy, is now responsible for the implementation of the 2016 Cyber Security Strategy and is particularly passionate about improving government-business partnerships to implement sustainable reforms. Greg joined Home Affairs from professional services firm KPMG, where he was a leader for the Canberra office’s national security and AI practice. Prior to KPMG, Greg held a variety of roles in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet and the Department of Defence. Greg has worked throughout South-East Asia and was posted to Iraq in General Petraeus’s intelligence headquarters from 2006-2007.
Office of Future Transport Technology, Australian Government Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development
The Office of Future Transport Technology is responsible for working with a range of stakeholders across Commonwealth, State and Territory Governments, as well as industry and research bodies in preparing for the deployment of advanced transport technologies, including highly automated vehicles.
During his career, Roland has held a range of positions within the department including the Major Infrastructure Projects Office and the North West Roads Branch. He has also held policy positions with the Australian Government, which have focused on agriculture, fisheries, mineral resources and science policy.
James Goodwin has had a professional career in corporate affairs and government relations. His areas of interest are consumer advocacy and education, particularly in the areas of mobility and safety.
Mr Goodwin is the Chief Executive of leading vehicle safety advocate in Australia and New Zealand, the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP). It provides consumers with independent advice and information on vehicle safety through its crash test program.
Prior to joining ANCAP, he held the position of Director – Government Relations & Communications at the Australian Automobile Association (AAA). In this role, James was responsible for advocacy strategies and political campaigning including a lead role in the successful election campaign – Demand Better Roads.
With an extensive career in transport strategy, as Chief Executive of ITS Australia Susan is ideally placed at the nexus of technology and transport to translate the benefits to business and the Australian community, supported by strong connections to the international ITS community and the global network of ITS Associations.
Susan is highly regarded for her roles supporting the growth and innovation of our industry including: convener of Austroads CAV Industry Reference Group; National Transport Commission Industry Advisory Group; 2026 Spatial Agenda Leadership Group.
The speaker program will be followed by a networking session. Drinks and Canapés will be served.
Cancellations and Changes
If you are unable to attend for whatever reason, please let us know as this is a catered event.
You may transfer your registration to a colleague. To ensure we have time to prepare your colleague’s name badge and other arrangements, please try to let us know asap.
ITS Australia: [email protected] or Tel: +61 3 9646 6466