Delivering hundreds of projects while leading elite digital production teams, Bel’s work has won industry awards for the creation of never-before-seen web software for organisations such as Google, Optus, Sydney Opera House and Subaru.
Now the founder of her own Agency in the Northern Territory, Digitally Buzzed, Bel has entered the world of augmented and virtual reality.
Associate Professor Kannoorpatti Krishnan works at the College of Engineering, IT and Environment at Charles Darwin University. He is a Materials Engineer who also worked in Information Technology Management and Software Engineering. He worked at the Australasian Centre for Policing Research as Senior Technology Coordinator from 2001 – 2004. He joined the NT Government in 2004 as the Senior Security Officer and later as the Technical Architect in the Strategy and Policy division of Department of Corporate and Information Services. He wrote many of the policies and standards covering security, architecture covering all the government IT infrastructure, devices and staff. In 2011 he was seconded to the Charles Darwin University to set up corrosion research at the North Australian Centre for Oil and Gas. He has stayed back at CDU contributing to the research in engineering and IT. He had developed units covering IT management and security and initiated research in cybersecurity. He has close collaboration with the industry and the NT Government. He worked closely with the NT government which funded positions in cybersecurity.
Krishnan has scholarly publications in corrosion and cybersecurity with his colleagues and students.
Kevin Peters is currently the CEO/Director of the Industry Capability Network (NT), an organisation that promotes Territory companies in the first instance, and the broader Australian and New Zealand business capability on larger NT based projects such as ConocoPhillip’s Darwin LNG plant, Alcan’s G3 expansion and the INPEX Darwin LNG plant, via the ICN ‘network’.
He is the immediate past Chairman of the Northern Territory Business Council and a staunch advocate of allowing Northern Territory and Australian businesses “full, fair and reasonable opportunity” to compete on major projects.
Steve Lindsay is the NT Regional Manager of Kinetic IT. He is an operational and Information Technology executive with extensive experience in General Management, Development Management, Enterprise Technology Architecture and Vendor Management across the Banking & Financial, Education and Online Wagering industries. He has over 20 years executive management experience working for the leading international and national financial services organisations.