Presentations 2017

The following links include PDF files.

Opening Address – Apolline Kohen, Chair B4BA

Emerging technologies and the future of the economy – Keynote – Prof Hugh Bradlow,  Chief Scientist, Telstra

Indigenous Focus Day Summary – Christine Ross,  Indigenous and Diversity Manager for the Aroona Alliance

Telehealth Keynote – Tim Kelsey, CEO Australiann Digital Health Agency

nbn Sky Muster satellite Update – Gavin Williams, Executive General Manager, New Developments, Wireless & Satellite, NBN Co

Digital Inclusion in the Bush – exploring best practice models to facilitate accelerated digital inclusion across rural and remote Australia


Regional Development – from digital isolation to digital revolution


Technology in action – emerging technologies keeping us connected and safe


Digital Inclusion in the Bush – exploring best practice models to facilitate accelerated digital inclusion across rural and remote Australia


Regional innovation – from digital isolation to digital revolution


Technology in action – emerging technologies keeping us connected and safe

Education Panel : Demands on online services by students engaging in and building, new interactive technologies in learning – Alistair Campbell, Edith Cowan University, Leigh Howser, Cairns School of Distance Education, Jan Clarke, Independent Schools of WA,  Roxanne Morrissey, Isolated Children’s Parents Association

Remote Health Workforce Safety & Security: Problems and Solutions – Rob Starling, CEO NACCHO

A lesson in cooperation. RRRC for today and the future – Keynote – Charles Thomas.  Manager, Rural Affairs, National Farmers Federation

Regional Communications Consumer Concerns – Teresa Corbin, CEO ACCAN

Safe, secure, literate and prosperous – Facebook’s vision for a connected community – Keynote – Mia Garlick, Director of Policy for Australia & New Zealand/APAC Regional Co-Ordinator, Facebook

Beyond 2020: Focusing on the bigger picture in Australian Telecommunications – Robin Eckerman, Adjunct Professor, University of Canberra


Digital Inclusion in the Bush – exploring best practice models to facilitate accelerated digital inclusion across rural and remote Australia.


Regional innovation – from digital isolation to digital revolution


Digital Inclusion in the Bush – exploring best practice models to facilitate accelerated digital inclusion across rural and remote Australia