555 Bourke St, Melbourne, Australia
The Australian China Business Council (Victoria) and Holding Redlich are proud to bring you this special event featuring guest speakers and panellists who’ll talk about the current sustainable development practices, the role of Artificial Intelligence (AI), and future trends and opportunities.
Whilst sustainable development has boomed in Australia’s commercial property sector, the small to medium sized multi-residential sector is yet to see strong leadership. However, the rise of AI and big data is set to change this with the increasing influence of intelligent technology systems.
Michael Myer will speak about his role as the founder of Creating Places that Matter (CPTM).
CTPM is a development partnership that searches for developments suited to the design of, and creation of Conservation & Sustainable villages here and around the world.
Professor Ming He
Ming will outline his work on using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to solve problems and improve quality of life and lifestyle habits and look at where AI is heading and discuss the China market.
A Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and an Inaugural Fellow of the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand, he is a member of the Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute Advisory Board and was a member of the Victorian Coastal Council from 2000 to 2018.
Rob was a director of Greening Australia for thirteen years, seven years as Victorian President and three years as national President concluding in 2011. For eleven years, he was the Chair of the Mornington Peninsula and Westernport Biosphere (UNESCO) Reserve Foundation Ltd until 2014.
Guest panellists include:
A senior representative from AusPacific Property Development to give a ‘hands on’ view of the commercial property development market in Australia
Mandy Middlemist, Building Performance and Sustainability Consultant at Siemens, with work that includes Energy Saving, Smart Data, Digitalisation inBuilding Technology, Building Management and Data-driven Services.
Date: Thursday 27 June 2019
Time: 12.15 pm to 2.30 pm
Location: Holding Redlich, 555 Bourke St, Melbourne
Cost: $65 for ACBC members, and $95 for general admission