Day Two

08:50
OPENING REMARKS FROM THE CHAIR

Maurie Dobbin
Managing Director
Teleresources Engineering

WHAT DO YOU NEED TO DO TO PREPARE?
09:00
IoT BUSINESS STRATEGY, 5G implications
  • How the 5G revolution will drive future innovations of IoT
  • Debunking some of the 5G myths and positioning it with the wider market
  • 6G is now on the radar – what the……..

Geof Heydon
Principal Consultant and Platforms Workstream Chair
Internet of Things Alliance Australia

09:30
How 5G will enable new business models that will reshape economies worldwide
  • Identifying new business models
  • How they can be integrated into your company’s competitive edge
  • Building a new business case that can support exploration and discovery

Maurie Dobbin
Managing Director
Teleresources Engineering

10:00
NEW NETWORKS, NEW RISKS: HOW TO KEEP YOUR NETWORKS SECURE?
  • What the new security challenges are
  • Why 5G network security needs to be taken to the next level
  • What kind of innovation is required in digital security to ensure future 5G networks are safe
  • How to design a strategy that will allow end-to-end security for critical services such as transport and logistics, health and social care, industry 4.0 and rural connectivity solutions
  • How 5G will help improve security in wireless systems and conversely what risks it will introduce

Ren Ping Liu
Professor and Head of Discipline of Network & Cybersecurity
UTS

10:30
Networking break in solutions lounge

11:00
5G and in-building coverage (IBC): a commercial property landlord perspective
  • What the current state and challenges with IBC and DAS (distributed antenna System) is
  • How 5G will change the state of play
  • What needs to happen and why we care

Alex Fuerschke
Senior Manager, Building Technology
Dexus

5G FOR INDUSTRY
11:30
5G for Vertical Industries- Use cases and technical requirements
  • What is Industry 4.0 and what is happening in Europe
  • What are the use cases and drivers
  • What is the current connectivity and limitations
  • How can 5G help vertical industries to achieve their objectives
  • What can be done to accelerate 5G adoption in verticals
  • What are the new business models for Industry, which can be facilitated by 5G

Marios Nicolaou
Senior Expert 5G Business Models
5G-courses.com (UK)

12:00
The race of the decade: a 5G global perspective
  • Who are the top 5 countries and why
  • The other race: Corporation vs. Corporation
  • The role of collaboration
  • What 5G means for the world’s networks
  • What’s next in 5G standardization efforts

Satoshi Nagata
Vice-Chairman / 3GPP TSG-RAN
& Manager / NTT DOCOMO

12:30
LUNCH

13:30
Intelligence-led Big Data Analytics in a 5G World
  • Why the combined effect of 5G, IoT and Big Data Analytics can enable us to better understand the unprecedented tsunami of data generated every second
  • How this convergence will pave the path for Intelligence-led Big Data Analytics
  • Exploring a motivating scenario: how the convergence of 5G cellular, IoT and Big Data Analytics has the potential to change the Police Investigation process

Dr. Amin Beheshti
Head, Data Analytics Research Group & Founder Big Data Society,
Department of Computing, Macquarie University

13:55
5G Applications are driving computing to the edge
  • Why IT needs to be moved to the edge of the network to best prepare for 5G?
  • How to shift into a mindset that puts the edge, and interconnection, at the centre of network design
  • What is the importance of automation to manage real-time data centre performance and traffic volume

Iain Collings
Deputy Dean, School of Engineering
Macquarie University

14:20
WHY NFV (NETWORK FUNCTIONS VIRTUALIZATION) AND SOFTWARE DEFINED NETWORKING (SDN) ARE VITAL TO 5G
  • Why NFV and SDN represent the future of network administration and management
  • Why NFV and SDN are critical to set up agile, fast, scalable and efficient  platforms
  • What it means from a business perspective

Wei Ni
Team leader, Spectrum Review Implementation
CSIRO

14:45
Bespoke 5G services on demand: network slice as a service
  • Why slicing offers great scope for the development and deployment of new services for all users
  • Identifying risks and opportunities
  • How to effectively determine different KPIs for the slices
  • How to design a slice that supports particular use cases

Dr Robert Abbas
Senior Lecturer- 6G,5G, IoT ,SDN, NFV, MEC, Network Data Analytics and Security
School of Engineering, Macquarie University

 

15:10
Networking break in solutions lounge

5G BUSINESS CASE: HOW WILL BUSINESSES BENEFIT?
15:45
Why cities and regional councils should be excited about 5G
  • How can cities benefit from 5G?
  • How can councils contribute to the successful rollout of 5G?
  • Why cities stand the most to gain from 5G and what needs to be done to reap the benefits

Matthew Schultz
President
The Australian Smart Communities Association

16:10
Smart Buildings & 5G: The Use Case
  • What elements will ensure reliable interoperability of the various components and systems that will comprise 5G deployments
  • Why connected real property is foundational as an enabler in developing the vast infrastructure required by 5G
  • Identify and solve network interoperability, compatibility and service provisioning aspects in developing Smart Buildings

Giri Gangadhara
Head of Digital Transformation
Hendry

16:35
5G future for eSports: When milliseconds are the difference between winning and losing
  • What are the common eSports problems caused by slow connections
  • Why 5G is essential to provide a consistent gaming experience in eSports events
  • Why it is essential to do all high-end computational tasks in the cloud
  • When 5G devices will be ready
  • Changing the eSports experience with VR and 360

Chris Smith
Board Member
Esports Games Association Australia

17:00
Closing remarks from the chair

17:10
End of Day Two and close of conference