Instrumented, interconnected and intelligent urban development is needed now more than ever.
With our populations growing rapidly, the strain on public assets increases – along with the complexity of consumer demands. Luckily, emerging technologies are transforming the infrastructure sector, driving efficiency, increasing productivity, simplifying construction processes and life-of-asset maintenance.
Discover how ePlanning and digital architecture can assist to achieve planning and design outcomes across a range of government portfolios
Learn how to leverage a range of technologies including CAD, GIS and CPS, while creating a roadmap for their implementation into strategic planning
Enable more integrated operations by sharing data to maintain design continuity when transitioning between project management teams
Allow for collaboration between utilities, freight and transit, governance, healthcare and infrastructure sectors by establishing shared methods of urban design
Your Expert Speakers:
John Mcnairney FRTPI
SA Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure
NSW Department of Customer Service
Dr Adam Mowlam
Land Use Victoria (VIC Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning)
Public Sector Network
Queensland Urban Utilities