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AIIA WA Digital Transformation is yesterday’s news – the future is about Digital Automation

Thursday, 28 July 2016
TELSTRA, 80 STIRLING STREET, PERTH
Member price: $55
Non Member price: $75

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Today’s digital environment – broadband, mobile and cloud – has led to a wide swathe of disruption in our economy.  However, it is really only setting the foundations for the next wave of digital disruption which is the automation of the economy on an unprecedented scale.  This presentation will look at the emerging technologies that will drive the next phase of change and examine how they could impact different industries.

Join us for this networking event!


Guest Speaker

Dr Hugh S Bradlow

Chief Scientist, Telstra Corporation

Dr Hugh S. Bradlow is Chief Scientist at Telstra Corporation in which capacity he acts as advisor to the CEO and the Board and other parts of the business on longer term technology directions and technology disruption.

Prior to becoming Chief Scientist he was Chief Technology Officer and Head of Innovation, responsible for investigating the future technologies that will impact Telstra’s business.

Before joining Telstra in September 1995, Professor Bradlow was Professor of Computer Engineering at the University of Wollongong in Australia and Professor of Electrical Engineering (Digital Systems) at the University of Cape Town.

Professor Bradlow is a graduate in electrical engineering from the University of Cape Town in 1973 and received the D.Phil. degree for research in experimental nuclear physics from the University of Oxford.  He is a Fellow of and on the Board of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering, an Emeritus Professor of the University of Wollongong, a Professorial Fellow of the University of Melbourne, and a recipient of a Centenary Medal from the Commonwealth of Australia.

He is globally recognised as a thought leader in telecommunications and was elected as the joint 2009 Australian Telecommunications Ambassador of the Year, named by Global Telecom Business as one of the most 100 most influential telecommunications executives in the world and Smart Company designated him as one of the 12 most influential people in Australian ICT.

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