Speaker profiles





Haji Osman is the Deputy Chief Executive of the Corporate Services. His functional areas of responsibilities in AITI include Strategic Planning, Program Management Office, Human Resource & Development, Finance, Legal and ICT services.
Before joining AITI, he has worked in Brunei Shell Petroleum Company Sdn. Bhd. for 26 years and Shell UK (Aberdeen) for 3 years. For most of his career in the Shell organisation, he had been involved in the technical, managerial and leadership positions of the info-com technologies. 


As a BSP-appointed consultant, he also contributed to a number of key Brunei Government initiatives, which include the consultancy service to review e-Government program in 2006 and 2009; appointed by the Ministry of Communications as the judge for the Asia Pacific ICT competition since 2003; a member of e-Business Leadership Forum; a committee member of APEC 2001 (Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation) e-Trade held in Brunei; a committee member of Brunei e-Strategy.




Diplomas in Computer Science from Dresden University of Technology, and Engineering (Ecole Centrale Paris)
Mr. Adolph is currently working within the Policy and Technology Watch Division of ITU’s Standardization Bureau, responsible for surveying the ICT environment to capture new topics for standardization activities. Fascinated with innovation and new technologies, he authored several Technology Watch Reports on topics such as biometrics, cloud computing, gaming, e-learning and sensor networks.
Martin is coordinating ITU-T standards activities in intelligent transportation systems (ITS) and machine-to-machine communications (M2M). He frequently advises ICT-related projects and ITU Kaleidoscope, an academic conference on innovation and standards in ICT.




Degree in Civil Engineering (UK, 1989),
Professional teacher training certificate (UK, 1991)
Master of Science (UK, 1994)
Philosophy of Doctorate (PhD) in the area of Traffic Management and Road Safety (UK, 2007).
He was a former Principal Lecturer in the Institute of Technology Brunei and active in conducting project and research in road safety and public transport related areas. In addition to that, he has held few substantial posts such as Director of International and Public Relations and Director of the Centre for Road Safety Studies. He is currently a Member of the Board of Architect, Professional Engineer and Quantity Surveyors (APEQS); a Member of the Board of Municipal representing Ministry of Communications and Chairman of the Transport Cluster of the BIMP-EAGA.








MBBS (India)
MCh neurosurgery (India)
Dr. Haroon has been working as a neurosurgeon for the last 26 years in various countries including India, Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom and now Brunei Darussalam for the past 7 years.








M Eng Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
(specialisation internal combustion engines)
He used to work for PSA Peugeot Citroen for 18 months whilst at university in variety of roles including car design. Degree concentrated on car design and manufacturing. Worked on improving school road safety in India while working for Shell (given special safety award for the work).

 Currently he is leading a team in BSP looking at improving the road safety systems in the BSP Panaga Camp and the surrounding area.







He worked for Brunei Shell Petroleum Company Sdn. Bhd. for 34 years until retirement in 2010. For the last 6 years before retirement from BSP he was heavily involved in promoting Road Safety for Shell and the nation.
He initiated Road Safety project called “Tell-A-Friend” to Brunei Shell staff, contractors and other stakeholders in Brunei and he was a member of the
National Road Safety Council from 2005 – 2010.