Come and join a fascinating insight into the latest AI & IT solutions and come on a Tech-Journey with us!
Under the shared motto of "innovation that's good for the world" we dedicate our Techweek event to the innovations in the medical sector.
We are taking a look into some fascinating AI developments around brain monitoring and Parkinson's disease but we are also focusing on everyday-problem solutions and the presentation of a groundbreaking App which shortens waiting times in emergency departments - with some amazing results!
- Nicholas Nicoloudis, Machine Learning Principle at SAP.
Dr. Nicholas Nicoloudis is a Machine Learning Principle and a passionate technologist. Nicholas’s focus at SAP is to assist customers innovate using the latest in technologies through adopting a design led process.
- Morris Pita, Chief Executive and founder of Healthcare Applications Ltd and the developer of the Emergency Q platform.
Emergency Q reduces overcrowding in hospital emergency departments. The software gained national recognition when it won the 2018 NZ Hi-Tech awards (Public Good category) and the B:Hive race for space competition. It is currently in use at Middlemore and North Shore Hospitals and being rolled out to other DHBs in 2019. Discussions are also underway in overseas markets where non-acute patient utilisation of EDs is a significant challenge.
During his business career Morris has worked in NZ and the UK in a range of commercial and strategic roles for Mercury, BG Group (FTSE-25) and Ernst & Young. He also has wide ranging governance experience across a number of sectors. He has an MBA from the University of Oxford and a Master of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Auckland.
- Heiko Stumpf, Director Australia & New Zealand at Germany Trade & Invest.
Heiko Stumpf has been working for GTAI in Sydney since 2018. One of his key areas is attracting investors for the German market and reporting on business opportunities in Australia and NZ for German companies.
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