Day One

WEDNESDAY 28 NOVEMBER 2018

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08:15
Registration and welcome coffee
08:50
Opening remarks from the chair

Bruce Duyshart
Director
Meld Strategies

WHY SMART BUILDINGS - DISRUPTION AND OPPORTUNITY AHEAD
09:00
KEYNOTE ADDRESS - What's the state of the Australian Smart Buildings market

Technology is providing new opportunities for investors, tenants, designers and managers of smart, sustainable buildings. Are we finally witnessing the emergence of a new quality of assets that are truly smarter than their predecessors? This presentation will introduce the topic of Smart Buildings and what we can expect the future to hold.

  • What's the current size and development status of the Australian Smart Buildings market?
  • How and where are Smart Buildings being used in Australia?
  • Projecting Smart Buildings growth and industry implications

Amelia Hodge
Chief Executive Officer
Australian Property Institute

09:30
Case study - Turning our passive surroundings into responsive structures that promote productivity and well-being

Michael Cook is actively involved in commercial development, capital transactions and leasing of 60 Martin Place and 151 Clarence St Building Projects. Michael will reflect on how and why these Smart Buildings create dynamic and positive workplace environments and surroundings.

Michael Cook
Group Executive
Investa

10:00
Smart Buildings as a Service - what makes a genuine difference to office occupiers
  • Identifying the basic hygiene factors that impact on the quality of buildings
  • Understanding the needs of corporate tenants
  • Focusing on the needs of the people who work in the building on a daily basis
  • Where to focus your energy and investment as a building owner

John Preece
Chief Property Officer
Hub Australia

10:25
Panel discussion - Do Smart Buildings support smart cities and communities?
  • Do smart cities start with Smart Buildings?
  • Why are today's Smart Buildings a key indicator of what to expect in tomorrow's smart cities?
  • Exploring the link between Smart Buildings, smart cities and the future of work

Moderator:

Bruce Duyshart
Director
Meld Strategies

Panelists:

James Dellow
Director
Digital Workplace Company

Stuart Brown
Chief Executive Officer
Blackwall

Johanna Pitman
Program Director
CityConnect

Dr. Hari Gunasingham
Chief Executive Officer & Founder
Eutech Cybernetics & the iViva Platform

Darren Hedley
IFMS Account Director
Sodexo

 

11:10
Networking break & showcase viewing
SMART BUILDING FUNDAMENTALS
11:40
Smart from the start - Increasing productivity and decreasing your building's environmental footprint
  • Achieving real-time outcomes and bottom-line benefits fast
  • Promoting faster, better-informed decision-making, risk mitigation, and more sustainable use of resources
  • Saving energy using technology

Scott Taylor
The Head of Living Utilities
Lendlease

12:05
Case study - Creating a sustainable small city with a single building
  • Identifying the strengths and characteristics of the Learning and Teaching Building (LTB) from Monash University
  • Highlighting the challenges Smart Buildings raise from the process of design to construction
  • Sustainability in Smart Buildings - designing a 5 Star Green Star building

Yee Jien
Senior Associate
John Wardle Architects

12:30
Why a Collaborative Approach to Smart Buildings is Critical to Success?
  • Traditional process vs. a Smart Building design process
  • The challenge of innovating as a project team
  • New roles in the Smart Building ecosystem
  • Selecting new technologies for your next Smart Building

Bruce Duyshart
Director
Meld Strategies

12:55
Panel discussion - What are the 5 common hurdles in Smart Building implementation?
It's no secret that Smart Buildings deliver value in a multitude of ways. But that's only if the right approach is taken and challenges are overcome in the implementation process.
  • How do you ensure the value of a Smart Buildings outweighs the overall risk?
  • Understanding the scope of the Information Technology and Operations Technology integration
  • Who's the buyer? Where will the budget come from?
  • Don't try to do everything at once; pick a few things and stay on-course
  • Figuring out which data is important

Moderator:

Bruce Duyshart
Director
Meld Strategies

Panelists:

Nathan Lyon
Head of Building Technology
Investa

Scott Taylor
Head of Living Utilities
Lendlease

Yee Jien
Senior Associate
John Wardle Architects

Toni Trumbull
Client Executive
Willow

 

 

13:35
Lunch & Showcase viewing
WORKPLACE OF THE FUTURE - CREATING SPACES FOR OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE
14:35
Getting a clear understanding of the future workplace (Design perspective)
  • Identifying the top trends that will reshape workplaces
  • Changing how design supports work in all its varied forms
  • How to create well-being and efficiency from home to work
  • Understanding that one design style does not fit all workplaces

Matt Pope
Founder
SpaceConnect

15:00
The psychology of smart buildings - employee experience of the work environment (People perspective)
The Smart Building sector is not in the business of technology, but in the business of occupant wellness
  • Organisational psychology and how it impacts Smart Buildings
  • Starting with the user at the centre of all Smart Buildings projects
  • Understanding the link between productivity and the external environment
  • Defining a clear vision of what effective workplaces might look like - 1 William Street, Brisbane case study

Heather Ikin
Organisational Psychologist, Board-Approved Supervisor, National Chair
APS College of Organisational Psychology

 

15:25
Connected buildings - a disruptive approach (Technology perspective)
  • Creating the intelligent workplace through building technology
  • Accommodating tomorrow's workforce and mitigating risks in buildings through IoT
  • Identifying the different connectivity approaches

Sajid Suddozai
Engineering Director, Command Centre, Asia Pacific
JLL

15:50
Networking break & showcase viewing
16:15
DEEP- DIVE ROUNDTABLES

These interactive roundtables provide the opportunity for attendees to divide into small interactive focus groups, work through common challenges and co-create solutions. Each round table will begin with a brief presentation by the moderator, who will then open the discussion to the table.

Round 1 - 16:15

Round 2 - 16:45

Round 3 - 17:15


Roundtable 1 - Physical Security - video surveillance and access control

Mark Smink
Chief Information Security Officer - Asia Pacific
JLL


Roundtable 2- Smart Buildings - Enhancing the user journey and experience

David Murray
Customer Insights & Innovations Manager
Operational Intelligence


Roundtable 3 - Enhancing the employee experience of the work environment

Heather Ikin
Organisational Psychologist | Board-Approved Supervisor | National Chair
APS College of Organisational


Roundtable 4 - Solar, batteries, electric vehicles and smart IOT are driving premium property values

Ross McIntyre
Chief Data Officer and Founder
WattBlock

Brent Clark, CEO and founder
CEO and founder
Wattblock


Roundtable 5 - Facilities management and Smart Buildings: smart data and integration

Darren Hedley
IFMS Account Director
Sodexo


Roundtable 6 - Lighting - LED, low voltage, networked, sensors & more


Roundtable 7 - Location Services - Occupancy, utilisation, visitor management, wayfinding and traffic


Roundtable 8 - Edge devices, Machine Learning and connected systems

Ruchika Arora
Advance Analytics & Artificial Intelligence
Microsoft

 

17:15
Roundtable wrap
17:30
Networking drinks