Seat selection

Tuesday, 29th November 2022

Free registration via Eventbrite -- see link below or click the Book a Seat button.

This is a story of how the team at Biarri Networks have combined software systems with human interaction to create techniques that bring broadband networks to market years sooner and at a reduced cost per home than traditional fibre network planning methods.

This presentation will share the business history and growth along with insights into the engineering approaches that combine telecommunication domain knowledge with interactive software systems.

From an early NBN investment, to sustainable business growth in global markets, this is about the opportunities, challenges and ingenuity of an Australian telecommunications startup and the humans in the loop.

 

The event will be online via Zoom. Registration is via Eventbrite. Zoom joining instructions will be dispatched via email to users registered via Eventbrite on the morning of the event.

 

Please register via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/a-human-in-the-loop-approach-to-fibre-optic-network-design-tickets-462472948037

Date and Time

Tue, 29 Nov 2022

12:00 - 13:00 AEDT

Location

Online Event Only
Melbourne
Melbourne VIC 3000
Australia

Presenter(s)

Jack Ardley

An RMIT mathematics graduate, Jack has worked with Biarri Networks since 2014. Beginning as a fibre network planner and later becoming a full stack web applications developer, Jack am currently the technical team lead for the SaaS fibre design web platform project.

Past experience includes working with KangaTech - an Australian sports analytics startup, on an athlete training system combining a robotics solution with a software platform. Jack's time as a geospatial information systems officer introduced him to technological change at the local government level.

After recently completing postgraduate studies in interactive intelligence with the Georgia Institute of Technology Jack is about to embark on a new role with Rapyuta Robotics, a cloud robotics startup based in Japan that is contributing to a world where humans and robots can work together.