A wealth of new information and communication tools
are saving energy companies time and money by remotely
monitoring, measuring, accessing, storing, mapping,
reporting, managing and analyzing data in realtime.
Build new world-class solutions that contribute to a Sustainable Energy Economy through solution-focused discussions between Energy and Digital Technology Innovators.
As the energy sector grapples with future sustainability challenges (environment, workforce, productivity), digital innovations and technologies present opportunities for essential, potentially breakthrough, technology solutions required by conventional oil & gas, oil sands, pipelines and electrical generation/transmission.
Join us at Canada 3.0 as leading energy industry innovators and decision makers, digital innovation companies, researchers, government policy makers and international delegates meet to explore energy sectors needs and identify solution opportunities for developing, adopting and deploying digital innovation solutions to help improve the energy industry’s bottom line, productivity and sustainability.
Canada 3.0 Program
Keynote speakers and plenary panels will examine the critical opportunities and pathways resulting from collaboration between the energy and digital innovation sectors and set the stage for the facilitated Discovery Workshops on specific solution opportunities between the energy and digital innovation sectors in areas of strategic need for the energy sector.
Explore the energy sector’s key operating and sustainability challenges and opportunities where innovative digital innovation firms, including small companies, can provide solutions along the energy supply chain.
Learn about digital technology innovations (e.g. sensors, geomatics, communications, and software & data – cloud, open data, analytics, information visualization) can be better applied as solutions to help the energy sector.
Discuss government-led initiatives that will influence the future sustainability of the energy industry – e.g. environmental regulations/monitoring programs and technology commercialization initiatives.
Network with leaders from energy, digital innovation, government, universities and international delegates.
Who Should Attend?
Industry (oil & gas, pipelines, electrical generation/transmission, energy services, digital innovation – including small firms): executives, innovation-focused development & adoption managers & engineers, senior project leaders, HR and training managers, business development leaders.
Researchers: those advancing energy systems research, computing science, sustainability, business and engineering.
Government: senior leaders focused on policy, regulations, technology commercialization, environmental monitoring.
TRTech and CDMN are proud to bring Canada 3.0 to the West for the first time in the conference’s history. As the epicenter of Canada’s energy sector, Calgary is an ideal location to investigate how digital innovation can enable the energy economy.
Information and communication technology (ICT) is essential at nearly every step of energy procurement and development thanks to the industry’s ever-evolving need to acquire, monitor and analyze vast swaths of information. Digital innovation will also play a key role in driving sustainability across notable segments of the energy sector, including: Cost and efficiency of production, personnel recruitment/skills advancement and, of course, environmental stewardship and safety.
With these needs in mind, Canada 3.0, 2014 will combine ICT innovators with the leading energy decision makers and companies as well as policy makers and international delegates to find new and better paths to create, adapt and export digital technology innovation within the energy industry.
Established in 2009 by the Canadian Digital Media Network (CDMN), Canada 3.0 is Canada’s largest annual digital media and technologies conference. With a particular focus on innovation and commercialization, Canada 3.0 brings together ICT entrepreneurs, thought leaders, academics and public officials to create meaningful dialogue, connections and solutions.