29 - 31 May, 2019 | Sydney

Interactive Workshops: Wednesday, 29th May 2019

Workshop A

9:00 am - 11:00 am Facilitating a Bright Future for Sydney through Smart & Connected Precinct Developments

Erika Pawley - Director Strategic Planning, Greater Sydney Commission
The Greater Sydney Region Plan, A Metropolis of Three Cities, and the five supporting District Plans, sets out planning priorities for improving the quality of life for residents as Greater Sydney grows and changes.
In this interactive workshop, Erika Pawley from the Greater Sydney Commission will introduce the Collaboration Areas, an initiative of the Greater Sydney Commission to overcome complex challenges in emerging innovation districts, including connectivity and precinct development. These learning’s and case studies will aid you in the development of innovation precincts.
                    Introduction into the Greater Sydney Commission
                    Strategies to connect stakeholders and communicate a common goal
                    Governance strategies to ensure transparency and  the long term success and growth of precincts
                    Strategies to develop sustainable and connected precinct developments
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Erika Pawley

Director Strategic Planning
Greater Sydney Commission

Workshop B

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm Transforming Cities into Living Laboratories through Technology

Chris Pettit - Professor of Urban Science, UNSW
This workshop will focus on developments in technology and urbanization that have the power to create living laboratories within precincts. This session will explore the variety of tools being development within the Smart City Research Centre.

  • “big data” hi tech interfaces and digital analytic tools
  • Sydney 3D Economy tool- identifying clusters of specific industries within 3D environments
  • Future of mobility within precincts: how can digital technology be integrated within public transport to increase efficiency and collect and analyze transport data
  • Exploring how this technology can provide evidence based guidance for policy makers, planners and designers
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Chris Pettit

Professor of Urban Science
UNSW