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ACS Tech: Data governance driven IoT and Industry 4.0 automation

An integrated industrial and information technology, processes and people how to guide to digital transformation.

Registration End Date: Tue, 18 Feb, 08:30 AM

  • where

  • Orchard Room
    Darwin Innovation Hub
    Darwin NT 0800
  • when

  • Event Start: Thu, 20 Feb, 05:00 PM
    Event Finish: Thu, 20 Feb, 07:00 PM
  • event price

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Dr Ana Kuusk, Consulting Manager Digital Industry and Control Systems at LogiCamms, will share current insights into organisational digital transformations, Industry 4.0 and I/IoT automation implementations across industries in Australia, emphasising the importance of a holistic organisational asset to the office data governance driven, common prioritised building block project steps and share research based framework for people, process and technology success factors when integrating operational and information technology staff, standards, communication networks, data, applications, dashboards and cloud environments. <br><br>Refreshments and nibbles will be provided. 


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Programme management (PGMG) -> Level 7


Anastasia Maree Kuusk

Anastasia Maree Kuusk

Currently Chair SA Fellows Committee, past member ACS Management Committee and National Board, past Chair of ACS NT Branch Executive, past Board director of ACS Young IT and Vice-Chair of SA Branch Executive. Managing Director inforg Information Governance, past Program Coordinator University of South Australia School of IT/Engineering and Charles Darwin University Information & Knowledge Management, presently Manager Projects Development with BHP Australia and Course Advisory Group SSBI

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Darwin Innovation Hub,Darwin,NT,Australia

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