The first speaker was Dr Ole Nielsen, Deputy Chief Digital Officer and Director of Digital Transformation, ACT Government. I asked Dr Nielsen if the ACT Government was securing system sufficiently against cyber attack. He replied that data should not be stored on drives connected to people's email and data stored in the basement of offices is no more secure than on Amazon Web Services.
|9.35am||Industry Keynote|| Dr Mukesh Mohania (IBM Distinguished Engineer in IBM Research)
||Ubiquitous sensing, located||Dr Kerry Taylor (Chair, W3C Spatial Data on the Web)|
|10.50am||Smart Grid||Dr Lachlan Blackhall (Head of the Battery Storage and Grid Integration Program, ANU)
Dr Armin Haller (W3C Office Manager, ANU)
|11.30am||Power to the People:
Privacy in the smart city
|(in Melbourne) Dr David Hyland-Wood (Blockchain Protocol Architect, Consensys)
(in Canberra) Dr Peter Christen (Professor, Data Mining and Matching, ANU)
(in Sydney) Christine Cowper (Principal Consultant, Information Integrity Solutions)
“How do we best enable smart cities?”
round-up of W3C activities and value proposition
capacity building – what skills do we need?
what issues should we consider? How do we solve them?
Discussion with all earlier speakers
|chaired by J. Alan Bird (W3C Global Business Development Lead)|
All above speakers as participants