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Venue change:  We have moved venue to host the SITBNE at Aurizon instead at the SAP Brisbane office.

The address is Aurizon Conference Centre Meeting rooms 1 & 2, Level 2, 175 Eagle St, Brisbane. It’s not all bad, the pub is just around the corner 😉


We are pleased to announce the 1st SAP Inside Track, Brisbane that will be held on the 29th September, 2016 from 4.30 – 6.30 pm at Aurizon.


We are planning to have two presentations and then head to the pub afterwards for a beer or two.


SAP Inside Track (SIT) is a local event organized by SAP enthusiasts for SAP Enthusiasts. It’s a community event where you can connect with your peers, learn from each other, share experiences and be inspired by great talks. A day of Learning, Sharing, Networking, Fun & much more!

Participants from all over world are welcome for this wonderful event. You can plan your travel dates accordingly and join us for the wonderful learning/sharing exposure.


Agenda


The Agenda is now set. The overall topic is Internet of Things!


Topic Speaker
Using Internet of things at “home” Chris Rae (@chris_rae01)

Get an insight to how iVolve looks at Big Data and IoT and the opportunities within heavy industry focused on mining.

Two of the biggest buzzwords out there at the moment are “Big Data” and “IoT”.  The latter is perfectly placed to fulfil the insatiable data appetite of the former. One of the industries capable of generating huge amounts of data is mining. With scores of large complex machines per site operating 24×7 in harsh environments, the amount of data generated by these machines is enormous. Not just location data, but payloads, oil, hydraulic and exhaust temperatures, tyre temperatures/pressures, oil pressure, fuel burn rates.

In this session come and see how these data points can all be used to feed Big Data tools offering predictive maintenance algorithms and truck/excavator optimisation allocations.

Data collection is just the start, though. The data needs to be consumed, analysed and reported in ways that are meaningful to humans and provide insights into what is happening out there in the field.

With a live demonstration of iVolve’s Fleet Management System – see an implementation of many of the features that have come to be associated with IoT. 

iVolve


If you have any suggestions for topics, please let us know in the comments section or on twitter on #sitBNE @uxkjaer @vosloo777


How to participate for this event


Participant list

# Name Company
1 Jakob Marius Kjaer Plaut IT
2 Clint Vosloo EV Technologies, (SAP Mentor)
3 Colleen Hebbert CompliantERP, (SAP Mentor)
4 Chris Rae SAP, (SAP Mentor)
5 Praveen Suluvai
Real Time Gaming
6 ABHILASH NAIR
PWC
7

Katan Patel

Fujitsu Australia
8 Naomi Cotton Fujitsu Australia
9 Karen Carter Aurizon
10 David Duncombe Aurizon
11 Marissa Shipley
CompliantERP
12 Chetan Garg KPMG
13 Badrinath Mudupalli Department of Human Services
14 Lalindra Gunasekara Department of Human Services
15 Marek Kowalkiewicz Queensland University of Technology, (SAP Mentor)
16

Anderson Cavalini

IT Professional
17 Ben Cronin
Viziya
18 Ajay Sehgal CSC
19 Edna Philippa O’Callaghan
CSC
20 Eduardo Blanco
Fujitsu Australia
21 Ravi Sanikommu Pacific Aluminium
22 Andrew Dyer Department of Transport and Main Roads
23 Massimo Merolla Aurizon
24 Mark van Breda
Rio Tinto
25 Tony Straver
Village Roadshow Limited
26 Sudhakara Seshachalam
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  1. Jon Gooding

    Please note the link for the SAP office url above is incorrect.

    The address is Level 20 / 140 Creek St Brisbane.

    Looks like a great event!

    Cheers

    Jon

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    1. Jakob Marius Kjær Post author

      Hi Jon,

      Thanks for letting me know. The link has been fixed now. That was the old SAP office address. Funny enough was that the address on google maps was correct, just not the placement of the pin.

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