Technology Innovation – Looking Beyond Covid-19

With digitalisation, the cycles of technological advances and innovation are now measured in months rather than decades. Join RMIT and Engineers Australia for an expert panel discussion and debate on what the post COVID-19 era will look like in the infrastructure, manufacturing and health care sectors.

In the last 6 months, we have shifted rapidly from traditional working set ups to remote working modes, remote learning, developed digital health and telehealth solutions, and diversified our manufacturing capability through digitalisation.

With digitalisation, the cycles of technological advances and innovation are now measured in months rather than decades. As we look forward to a post COVID-19 era, we envisage that our economic growth will be made possible by technology innovation and digital transformation.

Join us on Wednesday 14th October, as Professor Aleksander Subic, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice President at RMIT University leads a panel of industry experts to discuss and debate what the post COVID-19 era will look like in the infrastructure, manufacturing and health care sectors.

Key Themes

  • Impact of the shift from traditional to digital work spaces
  • Current and futuristic view of manufacturing, infrastructure and health sectors
  • Digital and technological solutions driving positive change in the industry and community

Preliminary Program

  • 3.00 pm - 3.05 pm Welcome Address
  • 3.05 pm - 4.00 pm Presentations and Discussion
  • 4.00 pm - 4.30 pm Online audience Q&A

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