The start of 2019 has been a busy one in respect to submissions to a variety of governmental reviews.
Law Reform and Parliamentary Evidence
IALPG was asked to provide its views to the Queensland Law Reform Commission’s Civil Surveillance and Privacy Review, and has in addition been invited by the Queensland Parliament Transport and Public Works Committee to give evidence at a public hearing in the Parliamentary Inquiry into Transport Technology on 25 March 2019 in Brisbane.
Information about the Civil Surveillance and Privacy Review can be found here.
Information about the Parliamentary Inquiry into Transport Technology and, in particular, IALPG’s submission can be found here.
Conceptual workshops – Airshow
IALPG was proud to recently be invited to certain closed door meetings with major foreign aviation manufacturers in Melbourne in the sidelines of the Avalon Airshow to discuss new and emerging aerospace technologies and their future in Australia and beyond. The details of these meetings remain confidential but the invitation alone is reflective of the fact that IALPG is sought after to help diverse aviation stakeholders achieve safety outcomes at all phases of their operations.
ANGELS takes flight
On 6 March 2019 Duncan Blake and Joseph Wheeler will join our cosponsors and project team on the ANGELS Project in Adelaide, for the launch of the project and meetings with space entrepreneurs with developed experience in the industry. We look forward to meeting with the students who will be the engine room of the project in its early phases, and the link to the startups whose commercial pain points will shape the form of the ANGELS web resource.
Our announcement about the ANGELS project is available on our Media page.
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