Tech-Xpectations showcases and addresses the challenges, risks and opportunities presented by digital transformation now and into the future.
Help yourself to some light refreshments and check out indoor racing drones with KiwiQuad, find about Aquabots, experience Virtual Reality for retail education and view the Impact Showcase from Albany Senior High School students, Ewan Burger, Jack Taylor-Mitchell, Liam Hanson-Smith - GameMaker Project; Connor Richardson - App for farmers to use for planning stock moves; Dian Richards, Joseph Mao - Game project using Unity and James West and Aidan Jacobs-Turner - building of an 8 bit Computer project.
Then join our one hour real time problem solving, tech information and issues session where you have the opportunity to analyse and discuss the future of tech with our experts:
AI with Danny Tomsett from Faceme; UX/UI with Brendan Roberts from Aider; Digital Exports; Blockchain: Future Education with Clare Amos from ASHS; Fundin-;Bootstrapping vs Angel Funding with Ecentre; IOT. Wearables with IMeasureU with Andrew Wong & Rakesh Vallabh; IoT; MedTech; Robotics & "Triple Helix"; Virtual Reality with Staples VR.
You choose the topic or topics that interest you most you and our MC Sarah Cross from Everedge IP will guide you to your topic choice and keep you abreast with all the discussions. This fun informative session of table topics will have you bursting with new ideas and information.
We'll bring the session to a formal end but the conversation will continue until 6pm and even then we will collate the discussion and distribute it post event.
This event is a Grow North Innovation District collaboration hosted by Smales Farm, Massey Business School, Shore Junction, Takapuna Beach Business Association and ecentre.
TECH-Xpectations proudly supported by BENEFITZ.
You can drop into this event at any time.
Claire was appointed Principal at Albany Senior High School in 2018.
As Deputy Principal at Hobsonville Point Secondary School, Claire was part of the Senior Leadership Team who set up the secondary school, which opened for students in 2014.
In 2015 Claire was appointed as a founding member of the Education Council of Aotearoa, New Zealand. She also sits on the board of NetSafeNZ.