BPM 2018
   Sydney, Australia. September 9-14, 2018


IoT Industry Symposium

A co-located event of the BPM2018 Conference
Friday, 14th of September 2018

Venue: UTS - Building 11 - CB11.04.103+105
Registration Desk: UTS - Building 11 - next to the Penny Lane coffee shop

The “IoT Industry Symposium” is a one-day event, where industry case studies are presented that look at IoT from a business process perspective. Process-driven IoT solutions are the next step in IoT maturity, which is currently very much focused on data collection, visualisation and analysis. The risk is that organisations create IoT data silos and are not integration in business processes. The huge amount of real-time IoT data will impact existing business operating models and also enable new products and service offerings. A recent McKinsey study (LINK) confirms the importance of integrating IoT solution in business processes.

Join us to hear from leading industry experts, how BPM and IoT come together to create more business value. The program of the symposium will feature:

  • Industry presentations
  • 1 keynote
  • A Panel

Symposium Program

08:30am     Registration opens
09:00am     Prof. Aditja Ghose, Director Decision Systems Lab, University of Wollongong
  Opening Note
09:15am     Prof. Michael Rosemann (Bio and Abstract), Executive Director - Corporate Engagement, QUT
  Keynote: Business To Things - How things become an active player in business proceses
09:45am     Chris Mendes (Bio and Abstract), CTO, The Yield
  IoT in the food supply chain
10:15am     Neil Richardson (Bio and Abstract), ANZ region sales leader, XMPro
  Converting IoT into operational capabilities in the oil & gas industry
10:45am     Morning coffee break
11:00am     Bernd Laenger (Bio and Abstract), CEO, innoteQ
  Mining 4.0 - Leverage Industry 4.0 in the mining industry
11:30am     Prem Prakash Jayaraman (Bio and Abstract), Head of the Digital Innovation Lab, Swinburne University of Technology
  3 example research projects on IoT-BPM convergence
12:00pm     David Pare (Bio and Abstract), CTO Healthcard and Life Science, DXC Technology
  Patient-as-a-customer: Using IoT to deliver new models of care
12:30pm     Lunch and Networking
02:00pm     Andrew Tovey (Bio and Abstract), TULIP Program Manager, Knowledge Economy Institute | University of Technology Sydney
  Building liveable urban communities with IoT
02:30pm     Tudor Goode (Bio and Abstract), Senior Human Computer Interaction Specialist, Sydney Trains
  Smart Public Transport
03:00pm     Afternoon coffee break
03:15pm     Rian Sullings (Bio and Abstract), Manager Smart Metering & IoT, WaterGroup
  How IoT enables new work processes and business models in the water industry
03:45pm     Matt Hurford (Bio and Abstract), CTO, NetApp
  Business process optimisation through IoT in manufacturing
04:15pm     Moderator: Frank Zeichner, CEO, IoT Alliance Australia
  Panel discussion: BPM is the big IoT capability gap - how can we close it?
05:00pm     Prof. Michael Sheng, Head of Department of Computing, Macquarie University
  Closing note
05:15pm     Networking opportunity
06:00pm     Venue closes


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