Skip to main content
Cookies Policy
Detailed information on the use of cookies on this website is provided in our Privacy Policy. By closing this message and proceeding, you consent to our use of cookies in accordance with our Cookies Policy.
x
  • CONTACT US
  • icon-facebook
  • icon-linkedin
  • icon-twitter

Seeing Machines – Driving The Future

ACS Canberra Branch Forum

Registration End Date: Tue, 05 Dec, 02:00 PM

Completed
  • where

  • Hyatt Hotel Canberra
    120 Commonwealth Avenue
    Canberra ACT 2601
  • when

  • Event Start: Tue, 05 Dec, 05:00 PM
    Event Finish: Tue, 05 Dec, 07:00 PM
  • event price

  • -

<div>As the world’s car makers enter the race to full autonomy, Seeing Machine’s computer vision based driver monitoring technology is poised to become a mandated requirement for a five-star safety rating.<br> <br>Founded within the Australian National University 17 years ago and still headquartered here in the ACT, Seeing Machines develops world leading technology that allows machines to see, understand and better assist people.<br> <br>Ken’s presentation will share the company’s rich and challenging history, an insight into its technology and how it’s being applied globally across five transport sectors to save lives and help people get home safely to family and friends. <br><br><b>Details of the event</b><br>Date:           Tuesday, 5 December 2017<br>Time:           5:00PM – 5:15PM (Registration),<br>                    5:15PM – 6:20PM (Presentation)  and<br>                    6:20PM – 7:00PM (Networking canapes and drinks)<br>Venue:         Hyatt Hotel Canberra.<br><br><b>*Please join us for refreshments after the presentation.</b></div>

Objective

To share the Knowledge with members

Contact Details

Share this event:

CPD HOURS

2

SKILL

Enterprise and business architecture (STPL) -> Level 5

Speaker

Ken Kroeger

Ken Kroeger

Executive Chairman

Ken joined Seeing Machines in 2011 as CEO. Under Ken’s leadership the company has been strategically transformed into a recognized industry leader in computer vision, eye-tracking and intervention safety products and services with leading customers such as Caterpillar, and is now poised for significant growth in automotive and commercial fleet markets.

Ken is a business visionary. Growing up in an entrepreneurial family in Canada, with his commercial acumen developed from an early age, his understanding of computer technology was honed at the North Alberta Institute of Technology. His experience as a technology entrepreneur came to the fore when he moved to Australia in the mid-1990s and co-founded 3D simulation and training provider Catalyst Interactive.

Through various roles, and in his time running companies, Ken has had in-depth exposure to an incredibly wide range of industries, governments and defence/security agencies at an international level. This has allowed him to develop a solid understanding of how technology can be applied to help people and organizations perform at a higher or safer level.

Ken is now Executive Chairman and leads technology innovation to identify potential new markets within the organization on a day to day basis.

Show More
120 Commonwealth Avenue,Canberra,ACT,Australia

Recommended Events

Event Terms and Conditions

Disclaimer

  • ACS reserves the right to change the program at any time. Every effort will be made to ensure a program of equivalent standard and members are updated with changes.
  • All dietary requirements are considered, however we cannot guarantee a 100% allergen free environment.
  • ACS reserves the right to prohibit entry or eject any person from an ACS event based on behaviour deemed inappropriate by ACS staff, its agents and/or others working under its authority.
  • Filming or streaming by attendees is not permitted. If an attendee is found to be doing so they will be asked to leave the event immediately and further action may be taken.
  • Photography and/or filming may take place during this event, by accepting these terms you consent to this. Please let a member of ACS know if you do not want your picture taken.

COVID-19 Event Attendance Compliance

By registering to attend an ACS in person event you are agreeing to the below terms and conditions

  • If an attendee is displaying flu or cold like symptoms in the days leading up to the event and therefore is not able to attend, ACS will refund the registration fee.
  • If an attendee comes to an event and is displaying flu or cold like symptoms they will be asked to leave
  • We ask all ACS members to respect the social distancing guidelines, if an attendee repeatedly disregards these guidelines, they may be asked to leave
  • ACS reserves the right to cancel the event within 24 hours' notice if either the speaker or the event host has advised us that they are exhibiting flu or cold like symptoms
  • All attendees must provide a valid phone number and email address to be contacted on if there is reason to notify about a possible COVID-19 exposure

Personal information collection notice

By registering for this event, you are providing personal information to the Australian Computer Society. In accordance with the ACS Privacy Policy, ACS collects personal information through registrations and attendances at its events for the purposes of:

  • organising and providing the various professional development events held by the ACS (including for example, courses, conferences, seminars, workshops, launches);
  • processing and managing event registrations (including catering for dietary requirements);
  • maintaining event attendance records;
  • contacting registered event guests with information in regard to the event and seeking post-event feedback;
  • communicating with you to in relation to future events or ACS products, courses, services, promotions or other products or services that ACS reasonably thinks may be of interest to attendees;
  • processing and responding to attendee inquiries; and
  • conducting research to improve its events and better understanding needs. 

If the required information is not provided, we or any involved third parties, may not be able to respond to you, update you, or provide appropriate services or events to you.

We may obtain personal information directly from you or from someone who registers for the event on your behalf. If you provide us with personal information about another person, you must do so only with their consent and agree to make them aware of this privacy notice.

ACS may share your personal information with third parties for the collection purposes noted above or as set out in our Privacy Policy, where it is reasonably necessary for, or directly related to, one or more of our activities, or required by law.

When you register to participate in an overseas event, we may send personal information we collect overseas.

See our Privacy Policy at https://www.acs.org.au/privacy-policy.html for more information about our privacy practices.