Australia’s premier law enforcement technology and networking event will convene for its sixth year on 21st-22nd March 2018 in Canberra. The event will showcase the latest capabilities that are being trialed and developed to enable our police forces to become more effective and efficient in the face of increasingly sophisticated organised crime.
PoliceTech2018 will bring together government officials, senior officers, technology manufacturers, crime & justice commissions, national security & intelligence agencies, trade associations, prominent academics & industry experts and will have a theme and focus on ‘Deploying next generation police mobility’.
The event will showcase the latest capabilities that are being trailed and developed to enable our police forces to become more effective and efficient in the face of increasingly sophisticated and organised crime. The forum will examine emerging technologies, information security, capability development, artificial intelligence, communications systems, tactical surveillance, biometrics, cybercrime, Big Data, counter-terrorism and strategic innovations in law enforcement readiness.
Dr Tobias Feakin
Ambassador for Cyber Affairs, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Director Cyber Policy, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet
Chief Innovation Officer, AUSTRAC
Head of Cyber Services, Commercial Solutions, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence
Dr Adam Molnar
Lecturer, Deakin University
Dr Roger Clarke
Principal, Xamax Consultancy, Visiting Professor in Computer Science, Australian National University
Assistant Commissioner Jack Blayney APM
Chief Information Officer, Victoria Police
Dr Richard Davis
Chief Technology Officer National Security. DST Group
Innovation Director, Motorola Solutions
Dr Reece Clothier
Principal Researcher, Autonomous Systems, Boeing Research & Technology, President, Australian Association for Unmanned Systems
Dr John Coyne
Head of Border Security Program, Australian Strategic Policy Institute
Assistant Secretary, Identity Biometrics Capability Branch, Department of Immigration and Border Protection
Chief Technology Officer, Data to Decisions CRC