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Images and video from modular data centre Datapod TEDx Adventure

Modular Data Centre manufacturer, Datapod, hosted at TEDxCanberra Adventure on Friday 3 October.

It was the first time a TEDx Adventure was held in Australia and enabled adventurers to take a behind the scenes look at the energy and water efficient data center solution.

Courtesy of Instagram, Datapod turned one of the Datapods into a ‘gallery’ to show TEDxCanberra Adventurers the time line of events before a Datapod System is deployed to site. Adventurers could also scan the QR Code to see first hand a time-lapse of a 72 hour site deployment.
Roslyn Walker from TEDxCanberra welcomes guests and gave a welcome to country at the Adventure. The Adventure was booked out and featured Canberra locals, students, and people from the IT industry. The image appears courtesy of Instagram
Datapod Director Adam Smith took a group on a tour of a Datapod System which is being assembled for deployment in Washington D.C.
Datapod Director and Chief Architect Scott Carr took a group on a tour of the Datapod factory. Scott took questions from the audience including questions relating to the Datapod’s ‘zero water consumption’ efficiency and sustainability.
Datapod Director Adam Smith takes final questions from the TEDxCanberra Adventurers.
Pictured from left to  right, Scott Carr, TEDxCanberra Representatives Roslyn Walker and Merlin Kong and Datapod’s Adam Smith.
Some great feedback from some of the Datapod TEDxCanberra Adventurers.

TEDxAdventures Canberra are taking place alongside TEDxCanberra 2014, from 1 to 10 October this year.

TEDxAdventures are an opportunity to further enrich your TEDxCanberra experience by taking part in on-site and hands-on interactive experiences to explore what we’re referring to as Ideas in action.

Adventures are free and open to the public (with limited spaces) – you don’t need to be coming to TEDxCanberra itself. 

Visit the TedXCanberra website.