In this episode we pull back the curtain on the concept of 'data exchange', and how you can establish the conditions for creating opportunities and value from data. CEO of Civic Analytica, Merrick Spain, breaks down the concept for us and shares his views on how we can build a culture to exploit the world's most abundant resource - data. And its all about 'data for good', as Merrick describes, as he places data exchange in context with open data and also data sharing. Join us for this no-nonsense discussion on how we can practically use data exchange as a method for building the highly desirable idea of a data economy.
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Episode 88: NatureTech or not, here it comes...
30:29In this episode we explore the NatureTech movement that is bringing technology, data and nature together at an eyewatering pace, and get hands on with the types of platforms bring us a new yet critical data set for urban planning. Thomas Gooch and Fang Yuan from OPO (the Office of Planetary Observations) share with us advancements in satellite imagery and data computation/analytics and how its providing the new green infrastructure data sets and insights that all city planners can now access.
Episode 87: Checking-in on digital enablement in the built environment
27:45What happens when you decide to have a conversation on smart cities, Building Information Modelling, Digital Twin and digital engineering with Rebecca De Cicco, Digital Operations Principal with Aurecon? Well, you will have to listen in. Be prepared for plenty of dialogue on the role of standards in industry transformation, what from the UK might rub off on Australia and New Zealand and where key opportunities lie in shaping digital enablement at an organisational level.
Episode 86: The New Zealand Digital Twin Summit Debrief
41:52The inaugural New Zealand Digital Twin Summit was hosted in Wellington on Thursday 8th July 2021. Close to 100 policy makers, practitioners and academics gathered for a day of intensive dialogue and workshopping to set direction on building a thriving marketplace for this powerful data activation capability. We are joined by Aurecon's Digital Practice Lead for New Zealand, Keri Niven and SCCANZ's Jannat Maqbool, Director of New Zealand as we walk through the program and share the key highlights.
Episode 85: The smart cities marketplace, a 2020 review
43:18In this episode of the Chronicles we celebrate our smart cities momentum, and the journey that 2020 has been for the movement. Off the back of the 2020 Australia New Zealand Smart Cities awards, we dig deep into the advancements we have made, the market opportunities and where we still have ground to make up. Meredith Hodgman from the Internet of Things Alliance, and Jury Chair for the Smart Cities Awards joins us to recap the year, review our standing and suggest some focus areas for 2021 and beyond.
Episode 84: Scaling up your start ups, top tips for cities
40:41Adrian Brossard is Co-Founder of Yellowbox, a smart cities startup looking to help cities solve some pretty common challenges when it comes to public place personal storage. This is his story. These are his ideas when it comes to startups working with their local authorities. JOin us in this episode of the Chronicles for an authentic account of the startup journey, and the opportunities for both local Council and startup company when it comes to accelerating great outcomes for the community by using technology and data solutions that are customer centric.
Episode 83: The fundamentals of 'Data Exchange'
45:41In this episode we pull back the curtain on the concept of 'data exchange', and how you can establish the conditions for creating opportunities and value from data. CEO of Civic Analytica, Merrick Spain, breaks down the concept for us and shares his views on how we can build a culture to exploit the world's most abundant resource - data. And its all about 'data for good', as Merrick describes, as he places data exchange in context with open data and also data sharing. Join us for this no-nonsense discussion on how we can practically use data exchange as a method for building the highly desirable idea of a data economy.
Episode 82: The NSW Government's Smart Infrastructure Strategy
42:43It is rare that the smart cities policy enthusiasts among us get excited, but from time to time there will be a cause for celebration. And in July 2020 the NSW Government delivered us the 'Smart Infrastructure Policy' - what we would certainly identify as a reason to be excited. Join us as we unpack this leading example of smart infrastructure policy, certainly a first for Australia. Helping us review the Policy is this episode is Henry unpack the strategy is Henry Okraglik, Global Director of WSP Digital. We work our way through the document and reflect on the wider marketplace opportunities.
Episode 81: Sidewalk data and placemaking strategy
46:17Join our three guests for a briefing on all things pedestrian sensing, placemaking and a post COVID world that continues to rely on thoughtful planning and urban design of our communities.In this Episode we are joined by Catherine Caruana-McManus (Meshed IoT), Professor Pascal Parez (University of Wollongong SMART Infrastructure Facility) and Stephanie Kelly (City of Canada Bay) as we discuss the findings of Australia's most comprehensive pedestrian counting research projects, and what was highlighted in the data. How cities and communities respond to the emerging challenges around managing place is discussed from a technology perspective, research perspective and a place management perspective.
Episode 80: On our physical and digital footprint, there is a new normal
28:31In this one-on-one session with Neighbourlytics Co-Founder Lucinda Hartley, we unpack a recent report they have tabled on the idea of 'The New Normal'. The insights report compares Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne on key trends from COVID-19 and what it means for five key at-risk industries and in-demand assets - public space, hospitality, creative industries, attractions and wellness and and beauty.
Episode 79: Australia's Cyber Security Strategy 2020
46:582020 will go down as a year of extremes. Many challenges have and will continue to be experienced, but it also becomes an important opportunity to improve and thrive. And in Australia, a new Cyber Security Strategy was released to provide the nation with a clear set of initiatives to deliver on the vision - "A more secure online environment for Australian's." Joining us to unpack the strategy is Mal Frampton, Cyber Security consultant with SAGE Group.