With the amount of data in the world increasing at an alarming rate, organisations have found that they can leverage this data for competitive advantage and operational efficiency. Big Data and Data Science have been publicised as a key to success for many industries in the coming years and is a major focus of research for the Data to Decisions Cooperative Research Centre (CRC).
Dr Gerd Keiser will present about how Optical fiber technology has significantly bolstered the growth of photonics applications in numerous areas such as the telecom infrastructure, a wide range of sensors, vehicle and airplane control, life sciences research, and biomedical diagnosis, therapy, monitoring, and surgery.
The TelSoc would like to invite all members and industry professionals to a quarter year professional and social networking event. It will feature the CSIRO STEM in Schools program and will otherwise be focussed on connecting and socialising amongst industry colleagues.
Early predictions of ?Convergence? were made in the mid 1970?s. However, the pace of change has been turbo charged from the mid 1990?s by the Internet and mobile communications. This talk will take the audience through the evolution of convergence from a theory to the reality of today where convergence of IT, telecommunications and the media is changing the world of consumers and industry.
The Australian Telecoms market has lagged globally which has meant the technological adoptions of new technology has been challenging for global vendors. With industry consolidation and the NBN roll out the changes to the industry are happening more rapidly than ever before. The question is ? how will these be adopted ? who are the winners and losers?
The Inaugural Australian OTT Summit will examine the rise of Over The Top (OTT) technologies and services in the Australian telecommunications industry in the TV, Messaging and Voice domains and will explore the challenges, opportunities and case studies of their disruption.
Where are the key areas of technology innovation going to occur? What opportunities are there for Australia and Australian companies? Why should we be optimistic about future changes? And what will Telstra?s place be in all this?
There is much excitement about what might be achieved by connecting the devices and appliances we use in our homes, offices, factories and cities to the Internet. Cisco have said that by 2020 there will be over 50 billion devices connected, but what is not clear is whether a standard will emerge that will allow easy interaction with them by humans and machine to machine interoperability.
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