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Our people are the best.  When it comes to digital transformation, we’ve actually delivered it.

We are highly skilled, hard-working people who care about public value and act with integrity.

Delos Delta cuts through the hype, identifies digital value, optimises action, investment and returns, and turns possibility into reality.


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Brook Dixon

Brook is Managing Director of Delos Delta, driving smart city and digital transformation for clients around the world. He is also Vice President of the Australian Smart Communities Association, working with counterparts across Australia to promote smart city solutions that improve liveability, sustainability and productivity in our cities. Brook is a Churchill Fellow, who has visited and studied the drivers of digital transformation in leading global cities. As part of this study, Brook visited cities in Asia, Europe and the Americas in 2016. Brook is an experienced leader, smart city creator, strategic planner, keynote speaker, business moderniser, digital city exponent, public administrator, economist, and policy developer.

In his previous role, as Director of Smart City and Smart Regulation for ACT Government, Brook delivered CBRfree (Australia’s largest single city public wifi network), led the Uber Reforms in Canberra (becoming the first Australian city to legalise ride-sharing), designed and delivered smart parking, and initiated large scale innovation in procurement and smart working.

David Trebeck

David has been a non-executive director of ASX-listed companies since 1997 (six in all) including GrainCorp Ltd, a company in the ASX100. Other entities with which he has been associated include the local subsidiary of the world’s largest shipping company, AP Møller-Maersk (Director), the National Water Commission (Commissioner) the Australian Meat and Livestock Corporation (Board Member) and as chair or committee member of Commonwealth Government inquiries into Long Term Policy for the Agriculture and Food Sector, Fuel Taxation, Biosecurity and three Commonwealth Fisheries.

He is currently the National Chair of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust, and the past President of ACT Division Council of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (of which he is a Fellow).

He worked as a professional economic adviser for over 40 years, between 1983 and 2004 with his own economic, policy and strategy consultancy, ACIL Consulting, and between 1972 and 1983 with the National Farmers Federation and its predecessors. In 1996 he undertook a strategic assessment of the NSW oyster industry. He has an honours degree in agricultural science, a masters degree in economics and is a Churchill Fellow.