IoT Impact Conference (23 May in Sydney) was an exciting day for ENE.HUB as we participated in the industry’s leading gathering of IOT policy makers and innovators in the nation – IOT Impact, hosted by the Internet of Things Alliance Australia. (Powered by IOTAA & IoT Hub)
We had the opportunity to host a dialogue on digital trust, with our Head of Digital Urbanism Adam Beck and our guests Susan Skuodas from Sydney Olympic Park Authority and Emily Rucker from Transport for NSW.
The discussion captured not only the leadership journey of the NSW Government in establishing digital trust parameters through the Smart Places Customer Charter, but also the funding and testing of a digital transparency pilot in Sydney Olympic Park.
IoT Impact Conference was also a milestone in ENE.HUB’s digital trust project, following the first phase of our digital trust icons being showcased. The positive feedback from industry stakeholders will help us enhance our prototypes and prepare for field deployment and testing with our customers and other interested stakeholders.
For more information on our digital trust project can be found here.
ENE.HUB’s team members James Peet, Steven Goldsmith and Ian Hatton enjoyed chatting all things IoT at the booth.