Mr. Guy Dixon, BE (UNSW), MBA (AGSM) is the inventor of NINA
Mr. Dixon has worked extensively in the fields of engineering, design and construction, telecommunications, regulation, economics, finance and valuation.
He was formerly Associate Director – Australian Telecommunications Equity Research at Credit Suisse First Boston, Commercial Manager for Regulation and Interconnection at Optus Communications and a Senior Engineer at Whollohan Grill & Partners (now Worley Parsons).
Since 2009 Guy has committed himself to researching the physics and economics of utilities access within the urban landscape.
The outcome of that research and development has been the NINA Access Pathway.
Mr. Dixon is a passionate advocate for the efficient re-building of the urban environment in ways which place people, the health of the environment and sound economics at the centre of the problem solving process and solution.
In January 2010 he formed Networked Infrastructure National Architecture (NINA) Pty Ltd to bring his research and observations to fruition. This resulted in provisional patent applications being filed for the NINA Access Pathway and Network Model in July 2010 and a further filing for international rights in July 2011.
Since then he has shifted NINA’s focus to the economics and implementation. This work has included extensive research and analysis of the economics of utility distribution and further R&D into high volume precast concrete production and development of implementation technologies.
This analysis has confirmed the economic viability of the NINA Access Pathway and it is now ready for trial and commercialization. Guy is heavily involved with NINA's current phase of actively promoting the concept to JV partners, investors, clients and government.
Mr. Dixon is a passionate creator and innovator who believes in the power of creative thinking. He can be reached via the contact form on this webpage- emails addressed to him will be forwarded.