Australian Industry 4.0 TestLabs Showcase

Australian Industry 4.0 TestLabs Showcase

22 October 2020, 1pm – 2:30pm
Online MS Teams

The Australian Industry 4.0 Testlab Network

Industry 4.0 Testlabs are innovative learning platforms and facilities that enable the research and education sector to work closely with the industry sector (in particular SMEs) in order to progress Industry 4.0 transformations. They provide supportive, non-competitive, cooperative environments that act as co-creation spaces for collective Industry 4.0 “learning-by-doing” initiatives. Industry can immerse in Industry 4.0 concepts and experiment with advanced manufacturing processes, digitally integrated systems and new Industry 4.0 embedded business models. The stakeholders engaged with the network are focused on developing capabilities required to drive the adoption and deployment of Industry 4.0 across Australia coupled with workforce transformation.

This webinar series is co-organised in partnership with The Australian Industry 4.0 Testlab Network, and RMIT SASCCAR in collaboration with RMIT Enabling Capability Platforms (ECP) Post COVID-19 Initiatives.

Join us at the I4AMF CONFERENCE – Industry 4.0 Advanced Manufacturing Forum, Australian Industry 4.0 TestLabs Showcase

Session Moderated by Professor Aleksandar Subic, Chair of Australian Industry 4.0 Testlabs Network

Invited Speakers:

Australian Industry 4.0 Testlabs Showcase and Presentations by,

Associate Professor Nico Adams

Director, Factory of the Future

Swinburne University of Technology

Professor Nikki Stanford

Director, Future Industries Institute

University of South Australia

Mr John Kirkman

Managing Director, Enterprise Transformation Partners (ETP), ERDi TestLab

University of Western Australia

Professor Tapan Saha

Leader- UQ Solar, Director- Australasian Transformer Innovation Centre

Lead of Energy TestLab

University of Queensland

Dr Lee Clemon

Centre for Advanced Manufacturing

School of Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering

University of Technology Sydney

Associate Professor Stephen Cahoon

Director, Sense-T College of Sciences and Engineering

University of Tasmania