Young Executives’ Networking Night: Technology & Green Sustainability






 
  When:    30 Mar 2017 ( 18:30 - 20:30 )  
  Where:  Innovation Lab, The Commonwealth Bank of Australia, 13/F, One Exchange Square, Central
     

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    Young Executives’ Networking Night: 
    Technology & Green Sustainability

    In association with HKGCC’s YEC, Austcham Young Executive Committee celebrate AustCham’s 30th Anniversary 

    Sustainability remains one of Hong Kong and the wider-regions key issues as pollution, ventilation, biodegradable products and population are amongst many of the numerous topics centered upon keeping Hong Kong competitive and a leading global city. 
    The event will delve deeper into the topics of sustainability, ‘green cities’, clean air initiatives and the issue that affects all of us – health & happiness!

    Special guest presenter and sustainability pioneer JOS will share with us their CityTree concept leveraging on Microsoft’s Azure IoT Solution to create a first of its kind IoT solution towards ‘clean air’. Asia’s first CityTree is installed outside of the Hopewell Centre in Wan Chai that encompasses a system that can benefit the Hong Kong community through reduced roadside pollution and heightened environmental awareness.

    Hosted in the Commonwealth Bank Innovation Lab, guests will be able to explore how other new technologies also developed in Hong Kong & Australia can benefit the environment and create better lives for all. This interactive event and networking with numerous activities and wine will entertain and promote further the conversation on the topic. 

    About the speaker: 
    Sankar S. Villupuram, Head of Business Development & IoT, JOS 
    Sankar is responsible for the company’s IoT business practice and development. He has over 17 years of experience in design and implementation of operational technology leveraging Smart Cards, Biometrics, Cryptography, RFID, Video Analytics, Pattern Recognition and various kinds of sensors. He has managed several landmark projects in Hong Kong in the past 16 years and gained extensive multidisciplinary experience in Project Direction & Management, Bid Management, Technical Witness, System Architecture & Integration. He also undertakes volunteer works for Project Management Institute Hong Kong Chapter (PMIHK), serving as the Vice President, Corporate Relationships.
     
    Date:
    Thursday, 30 March 2017

    Time:
    6:30pm -8:30pm

    Venue:
    Innovation Lab, The Commonwealth Bank of Australia, 13/F, One Exchange Square, Central

    Cost:
    For all: HK$ 230 

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