The Safer Cities Summit is almost here and our speaking slots are now confirmed.
The event program, which runs over two days, employs a combination of keynote addresses, specialist streams, and roundtable discussions, with a range of organisations and government bodies taking part.
Myriad's role at the conference includes opening remark for the 'Policing, Security and Public Safety' stream. This begins at 11.20am, with our chosen topic on 'Technology Custom Developments vs Platform Solutions; the Challenge Facing Modern Policing and National Security Organisations'.
The chair slot runs for around 15 minutes, followed by an international keynote address from Canadian senator Vern White and later by Australian National University director of National Security Jacinta Carroll.
From 12.20pm, Myriad will host a 40-minute roundtable discussion on 'Ensuring inter-agency connected control centre systems integration and information management'.
While the topics we have chosen to explore at the conference reflect our area of expertise, we expect to be one of many voices offering intelligent, informed commentary, ideas and solutions aimed at improving our cities as they expand.
Safer Cities employs two main subject streams in addition to 'Policy, Security and Public Safety'. These include 'Resilient, Smart, Liveable Cities' and 'Emergency and Disaster Preparedness, Response and Recovery'.
The conference aims to make cities safer, smarter and more liveable by bringing together the best minds in relevant industries and government representatives who can listen, learn, and implement.
With Myriad's history of developing smart, well-managed and flexible information management systems for both government and non-government bodies in Australia and overseas, we look forward to taking part in the important discussions to be had at Safer Cities 2018.
To read about the deployable SharePoint solution we brought to the Australian Department of Defence or the cross-domain SharePoint replication that aided the New Zealand Defence Force in moving sensitive information across networks, take a look at our Case Study page.