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16 – 17 MAY 2017   |    HOTEL MAYA, KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA

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BIGIT GOV 2017

BIGIT GOV 2017 is a knowledge platform for ICT leaders and experts from the government to address critical issues, revolving the utilisation of emerging technologies and its trends towards harnessing ICT within the public sector. Unique by its brand, BIGIT GOV 2017 centers its fundamental on potential measures and approaches to prepare for future challenges in becoming an advanced nation. This event also offers government professionals valuable insights and showcases solutions in embracing digital services and transforming the lives of citizens and the nation, through exchanging technical knowledge and experience, growing new business opportunities, and fostering innovation and collaboration.

Featuring a two-day conference and exhibition, BIGIT GOV 2017 brings more than 20 prominent speakers in sharing ideas on the use of digital technology to improve the way business is done and to be part of the new revolution of
digital transformation.

SPEAKERS

Dr. Suhazimah Binti Dzazali
Deputy Director General (ICT)
MAMPU, Prime Minister’s Department

Dato’ CM Vignaesvaran Jeyandran (D.I.M.P)
Chief Executive
Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF)

Muhammad Neil El Himam
Director, ICT Infrastructure
Indonesia Agency for Creative Economy
(BEKRAF)

Abbas Maaroof, PHD
Independent
Currently Consulting for UNDP Jakarta

Dato’ Dr. Haji Amirudin
Abdul Wahab
Chief Executive Officer
CyberSecurity
Malaysia

Datuk Dr. Noor Hisham bin
Abdullah
Director General of Health
Ministry of Health
Malaysia

Esa Nikunen
Director General
Environmental Centre of
Helsinki City, Finland

Dato’ Sri Zohair bin Haji Akob
Secretary General
Ministry of Works
Malaysia

Rowan Dollar
Chief Information Officer
Northern Territory Government
Australia

Dr. Ayad Y. Aldaijy
CIO and Adviser
Minister of Environment, Water & Algriculture
Saudi Arabia

AGENDA

Agenda Day 1: 16th May 2017
8.30am Registration and Morning Coffee
9.00am Welcoming Remarks by the Organiser
9.05am Opening Remarks by Chairperson
9.15am Embracing Technology in Malaysia to Advance Innovation and Digital Transformation

Sharing the government’s aspiration to encourage greater participation by the citizen and businesses in the digital ecosystem

  • Creating new line of businesses and opportunities where technology is interpreted in playing a vital role in the new data economy
  • Harnessing the important role technology plays to fit the current age of
    economic uncertainty and profound social change
  • Sharing the government’s aspiration to encourage greater participation by the citizen and businesses in the digital ecosystem
9.45am Unlocking Economic Benefits from Open Data for Improved Government Performance

  • Aligning government and industry to the country’s strategic thrust to unveil the pivotal role of open data to creating economic values
  • Utilising open data to allow the sharing of collaborative sources of public information to meet agencies expectations
  • Screening data sets with most value to ensure society and business have an opportunity to use it for business and economic development
10.15am Enhancing Open Data Integration and Consistency for Better Data Management

  • Reforming open data for excellent business decision making processes
  • Increasing data accessibility and interoperability 0to boost productivity
  • Putting cost reduction and increase of operational efficiencies into place by simplifying data acquisition and integration

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Dr. Suhazimah Binti
Dzazali
Deputy Director General (ICT)
MAMPU
Malaysia

10.45am Morning Refreshment & Networking Session
11.15am “Investing in Big Data Facilities: Preparing for the Digitally Disrupted Exponential Growth”

  • Exploring what growing companies are inclined to opt for new technologies to automate their own processes and ensure business objectives are met
  • Uncovering the important criteria companies should take into account before deploying on highly technological machineries
  • Finding out methods to ensure tools are cost-effective subjected to needs and to curb potential loss in future business.
11.45am Advancing the Integration of Innovation in Residential for Smarter Living

  • Leveraging the emerging technologies for a better lifestyle citizens
  • Highlighting the trends, opportunities and challenges in the implementation of connected devices into home and the future of innovation residential development
  • Building wearable technologies for new homes to anticipate the needs of
    the citizens
12.15pm Securing Government Information Security Environment

  • Managing protective security risks and limiting the potential for compromise of confidentiality, integrity and availability of official information and asset
  • Conducting research and investigations to implement additional security measures designed for information security improvement
  • Addressing internal security imperatives to strengthen credibility in users and investors and to mitigate potential and emerging risks

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Dato’ Dr. Haji Amirudin
Abdul Wahab
Chief Executive Officer
CyberSecurity
Malaysia

12.45pm  Networking Lunch
2.00pm Panel Discussion
Identifying Strategies and Potential Challenges in Open Data Governance Initiatives
Building strong overall management and identifying the responsible custodians accountable are imperative in handling various aspects of data. This panel discussion provides regulatory and business policy requirements and highlights relevant issues and steps to run a successful open data governance programme.
2.45pm Engaging Data Analytics to Anticipate the Needs of Talent through Efficient Performance Measures

  • Utilising analytics tools to attribute employee’s value to behaviours for progressive tracking
  • Identifying the relevant metrics to generate employee productivity reports and automate decision makings
  • Using innovative engagement solutions to drive employee performance and tune employee development

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Dato’ CM Vignaesvaran Jeyandran (D.I.M.P)
Chief Executive
Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF)

3.15pm  Afternoon Refreshment & Networking Session
3.45pm Accelerating Technology as an Emerging Paradigm to Change Business and Customer Relationship

  • Pursuing relations to develop Malaysia as a business and technology hub
  • Looking at the challenges and evolution of technology infrastructure to maximise revenue and meet expectation
  • Enforcing local and national bodies to adopt digital transformational trend
4.15pm Building Public-Private Partnership towards the Implementation of Innovative Technology

To realise the national agenda in becoming a digital country, participation and collaboration in view of applying technology is essential to make government smarter, policy better and citizens motivated. Other than that, partnering with overseas organisations promotes knowledge learning and gaining experience from foreign expertise, besides attracting foreign investment into the country.

4.45pm Closing Remarks & End of Day

 *Conference Agenda is subject to change without prior notice

Agenda Day 2 : 17th May 2017
8.30am Registration and Morning Coffee
9.00am Opening and Welcoming Remarks
9.15am Reviving the Cross-border Procedures for Smarter and Secure Travelling System

  • Highlighting customs procedure improvement to promote efficiency and sustainability
  • Deploying suitable infrastructure to facilitate trade and secure borders
  • Increasing flexibility, speed and smoothness of services to ensure high user satisfaction
9.45am Smart City Vision: An Opportunity for City Transformation

  • Taking the advantage of new technologies and new thinking to drive the smart cities’ ambitions
  • Delivering the real economic advantage to make the city a better place to live, work and invest
  • Showcasing opportunities to attract local and global investments and businesses to boost the city’s transformation

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Esa Nikunen
Director General 
Environmental Centre of Helsinki
Finland

10.15am Using Real-Time Data to Reshape the Country’s ICT Strategy

  • Investing in IoT technology modernising data capture to restructure city planning
  • Maximising the use of wearable devices to more accurately measure and monitor traffic movement
  • Performing enhanced city data into practice to reduce fuel consumption, commuting times, and emissions
10.45am Morning Refreshment & Networking Session
11.15am Panel Discussion
Shaping the Future of Smart Nation with Mobile Technologies and Applications
The growing application of information and communication technology is transforming and enhancing quality of services that city and local government offer. Both public and private sectors now realise the value of co-creation; where both sectors engage to create value and improve government delivery services. This subject matter explores the public sector’s readiness to adapt mobile applications into use.
12.00pm Investment Opportunities & Incentives to Support Technological Growth in Malaysia

  • Encapsulating the communication between connected devices to standardise operations and boost productivity
  • Standardising the IT infrastructure to exploit the quartet of digitalisation and mobility for potential business transformation
  • Leveraging on cloud and open source technologies to develop innovative business strategies
 12.30pm  Networking Lunch Session
2.00pm Connecting Wearable Technologies to Accelerate Growth in the Healthcare Sector

  • Supplying new opportunities by enabling the ability of constant real-time access to data within the cloud infrastructure
  • Improving healthcare system interoperability with telemedicine patient remote monitoring
  • Progressing towards sensor based technology in health related wearables for improved patient engagement and self-management

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Datuk Dr. Noor Hisham
Bin Abdullah
Director General of Health
Ministry of Health
Malaysia

2.30pm Exploiting FinTech to Enhance Performance and Predictability in Forming a Cashless Society

  • Creating urgency for disrupting financial services to increase the potential of digital business
  • Rewiring the core of the organisation with new ideas and initiatives to fully equip people at every level, and across every department and team
  • Improving operational efficiency while virtually eliminating downtime to accommodate for rapid business change
3.00pm Spearheading Smart Services Delivery in the Transportation System

  • Transforming local service delivery by interlinking public and private sector services
  • Delivering smart services via the use of smart devices through high speed internet
  • Assessing a multifaceted transformation of services and infrastructure and impacts on public safety and job creation
  • Integrating information and operations between different government entities for a unified user experience
3.30pm Afternoon Refreshment & Networking Session
4.00pm Accelerating Technology as an Emerging Paradigm to Change Business and Customer Relationship

  • Pursuing relations to develop Malaysia as a business and technology hub
  • Looking at the challenges and evolution of technology infrastructure to maximise revenue and meet expectation
  • Enforcing local and national bodies to adopt digital transformational trend
4.45pm Closing Remarks & End of Day

*Conference Agenda is subject to change without prior notice

WHAT IS BIGIT?

BIGIT ’s events are niche, exclusive and tailored according to market needs of the host city and as such, only relevant sponsors, exhibitors, and delegates are invited to attend. The BIGIT  consists of the Conference Series and BIGIT Exhibition:

Conference Series focuses on the exploration and discussion on the latest technology trends such as Big Data, IOT and Smart Government. It acts as a platform to create awareness on these topics among industry players.

BIGIT Exhibition fosters the networking between vendors and end-users With a host of key industry players in attendance, it creates a conducive environment for business development and networking.

TESTIMONIALS

“Great two days of concept learning & insight sharing of actual case studies. This conference gives me a new experience about Big Data and the importance of Big Data in today’s lifestyle.”

Hong Leong Bank Berhad

“The event provides a unique opportunity for Malaysian business organisations to gain valuable insights and explore the possibilities of Big Data implementation in their organisations.”

Magnum IT

“Interesting presentations, up-to-date information on Big Data. I had a very good networking experience.”

National Pharmaceutical Control Bureau

“Great arrangement and balanced blend of information which consists of industry tools offerings, real use case and technical sharing.”

Hilti IT Asia

“I am enjoying it, interesting and good cross-functional view of what is going on with the big data area from supplier industry.”

Nestle

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND?

Continuing our focus in bringing innovation and breakthrough to the field of technology, our shows are tailored to address the evolving nature of technological advancement. We have seen success in South East Asia region with the Big Data World Show and now, we are recognised as the “Leading Big Data Show in Asia”.

Our priority remains – to create value for the audience; to organise an exhibition for industry specialists yet catering to the end users. Incorporating both quality and quantity into our shows, some attendees have described us to have “a great balance between business networking and knowledge sharing”. Thus, we strive to Build Intelligence Globally in Technology and that makes us truly unique.

Join us and be in the presence of our highly targeted audience attending from all over the world across various industry verticals and
job specialisations.

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BIGIT’s events are niche, exclusive and tailored according to market needs of the host city and address the evolving nature of technological advancement. Our priority remains – to create value for the audience; to organise an exhibition for industry specialists yet catering to the end users.

Incorporating both quality and quantity into our shows, some attendees have described us to have “a great balance between business networking and knowledge sharing”. Thus, we strive to Build Intelligence Globally in Technology and that makes us truly unique.

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