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Wednesday, October 9 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Games for Government Panel

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This panel is comprised of key people within Government who are developing and utilising Games based technologies in a government setting. This panel provides an opportunity for the audience to better understand the in's and out of working with a government body, and the similarities and differences this work entails compared to normal contract work. The audience will gain a better understanding of what the government is looking for in terms of tech, and the emerging fields they are developing content for such as 360 Video, VR and AR. 

The panelists will give some examples of work they have completed for government, and some of the challenges and successes they have had in creating and delivering their products. 

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Adrian Webb

G’day, I’m the Manager of Virtual Worlds at the Australian Defence Simulation and Training Centre (ADSTC). My role is looking at how Defence can better utilise technologies and capabilities from all walks of life to create a more engaged and prepared future workforce. It can be... Read More →

Timothy Bermanseder

Originally a game developer with Cardboard Keep until 2019. Timothy has transitioned his career into the Public sector now working with the Department of Defence’s Learning Branch to build eLearning and training solutions. Having released titles ranging from PC to Nintendo Switch... Read More →
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Jake Spencer Goodsir

Jake is a system designer for the Technology Innovation Centre, a small team within the Department of Human Services that trials how innovative new platforms and techniques can be used to improve government services. For the past year they have been trialling Virtual Reality as a... Read More →
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Stuart Anderson

A software engineer, Stuart has for the past 7 years worked with Data61’s Immersive Environments Lab. Purpose built for applied research into the convergence of our digital and physical worlds, the IE Lab employs research capability in computer graphics, computer vision and human-computer... Read More →

Wednesday October 9, 2019 3:00pm - 3:50pm AEDT
Room 110