Bundaberg Region techsperts will be making their way to Brisbane soon to feature in the inaugural QODE 2020 event.
Featuring 20 presentations across two days, QODE is Queensland's largest technology and innovation event offering a “fascinating glimpse of the future”.
The event aims to give participants an outlook into technologies that will most likely change lives, careers, society’s wellbeing and the environment in the coming years.
Bundaberg in the spotlight at QODE 2020
Bundaberg’s TECKnology Indigenous Corporation is one of many local organisations attending QODE 2020.
Managing director Leslie Lowe said he would be presenting the company's unique and innovative ways of combining traditional ecological knowledge with modern environmental practices.
“We will be demonstrating how modern technologies combined with traditional strategies can enhance outcomes,” he said.
“We hope to enlighten peoples understanding of Aboriginal Sciences and how they are still relevant today and have been successfully incorporated into social and environmental outcomes for 65,000 years.”
TECKnology Indigenous Corporation utilise ancient land management practices and scientific understanding of the First People to enhance modern best practices and innovate existing systems.
While undertaking this work the team not only look to grow the organisations capabilities but also to train and mentor Indigenous people into their own businesses.
Leslie said the QODE event would be a positive step for the organisation and the Bundaberg Region community.
“It will give exposure to our business model, stimulate interest and investment in our company and region,” he said.
“We are very much looking forward to showing all of that off!”
QODE 2020 will be held in Brisbane across two days on 24-25 March.
To find out more about the event click here.
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