AIPIO Intelligence 2021 conference

COVID-19 Update

AIPIO will take all reasonable steps to provide the safest possible environment for our delegates, supporters, exhibitors, staff and contractors. Closer to the time of the Conference, in response to the current guidelines and protocols in place with the Venue, participants will be sent COVID Safety compliance information which will provide details on the measures being undertaken. All delegates will be bound by these guidelines.

Some examples may include but are not limited to:

  • Spacing between tables and seating to allow for physical distancing
  • Regular and thorough cleaning and sanitisation of surfaces
  • Contact tracing upon entry
  • Hand sanitiser stations available
  • COVID-Safe plan
  • Limit the number of delegates that can attend the in-person aspect of Intelligence 2021

It is recommended that all participants review the latest advice from the Australian Government, and the South Australian state government guidelines / directives, with regards to COVID-19 travel restrictions. Domestic and International travellers may be subject to screening measures as required by the Australian Government upon entering Australia, and the state of South Australia.

For the latest advice for International travellers, please visit the Australian and South Australian Government website -

For the latest advice regarding COVID-19 restrictions in South Australia please visit

COVID Safety Guidelines and Compliance

All participants at the Conference will be required to comply with the COVID Safety Guidelines and protocols in place with the venues and the Conference, which will be compliant with the Government Health Department advice at that time. By registering for this event, AIPIO reserves the right to provide your contact details to authorities for the purposes of contact tracing and any other relevant Government requirements. Details of these protocols and requirements will be communicated closer to the time of the Conference.