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Emerging Technology Interest Groups (ETIG)

Are you exploring Industry 4.0 technologies in your business?

Register your interest in joining the Emerging Technology Interest Groups. These cross-industry business groups will meet on a regular basis to discuss technology use within industry, share experiences and collaborate.

Supported by leading independent subject matter experts from South Australian universities, these groups will help your business explore key Industry 4.0 technologies, work with peers to understand and overcome implementation challenges, and connect into research and technology providers to solve your challenges.

Membership for South Australian companies and researchers is free. To see the list of Emerging Technology Interest Groups and to register, visit the DTTI website.

ETIG Events

An Industry Primer for Virtual and Augmented Reality

This session will introduce businesses to virtual and augmented reality applications in industry. There will be a range of virtual and augmented reality systems to try and discuss how they may be applied in your business.

When: Tuesday 28 May 8:00am
Location: Building W, Room 1-06
University of South Australia
Mawson Lakes

Register now

Capturing Curiosity: ‘AI: Emerging Technology Interest Group’ 1st Meet-Up

This meeting will provide interested people and businesses the opportunity to meet each other, network, and exchange and share desired outcomes and ideas around Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. There will be two identical events, one in the afternoon and one in the early morning, so RSVP to the session that best suits

When: Tuesday 28 May 4:30pm – 6:00pm and Friday 31 May 7:30am – 9:00am          
Location: Meeting Room 5.58, Level 5, Ingkarni Wardli Building, University of Adelaide, North Terrace

To register interest email Group Facilitator, Ali Anderson

2019 ICN Disruptive Technologies Seminar

Still trying to understand disruptive technologies?

Join the Industry Capability Network and your peers at the Disruptive Technologies Seminar on Thursday, 6 June at the Adelaide Oval to receive inside knowledge from local experts on industrial applications of additive manufacturing and rapid prototyping; robotics and automation; data-driven decision-making; virtual and augmented reality; and machine learning and AI.

Aimed at those operating in the manufacturing sector, the seminar includes an interactive Q&A session with an expert panel and the opportunity to network over a buffet lunch. Best of all, you’ll hear from companies already implementing their own digital technology projects to gain a competitive advantage.
Register for the seminar

National Manufacturing Week events

National Manufacturing Week (NMW) will take place from 14-17 May in Melbourne. This free-to-attend exhibition and conference will showcase the latest technologies; new, efficient processes and showcase expert speakers on new trends and processes that will position your business to thrive in the global manufacturing sector.

The Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre’s new Manufacturing Academy will be launched at the event. Designed to deliver exclusive industry insights on how to increase commercialisation and capitalise on innovation, the Manufacturing Academy offers industry over 500 pages of in-depth research, interviews with more than 20 Australian manufacturers, and over 50 hours of video content, distilled into five inspirational, informative modules. Free launch events will be held on the Wednesday and Thursday of Manufacturing Week.
Register now
The Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC) Conference will also take place during Manufacturing Week. Held on Wednesday, 15 May, the 12pm-6pm conference brings together IMCRC’s industry and research community – thought leaders, industry experts, researchers and students – to share manufacturing insights, discuss industry needs and explore what is next for Australian manufacturing. To view the program and register for free, visit the IMCRC website.

National events calendar

National Manufacturing Week        

Inside 3D Printing        
Austmine 2019    
Collaborate | Innovate 2019

IoT Festival 
Disruptive Technologies Seminar  

Australian Energy Storage Conference and Expo

Asia-Pacific International Conference on Additive Manufacturing

Industry news

  • Quantum mechanics is being used to develop defence technologies to protect Australia’s borders. Read more.
  • South Australia has become a model for Industry 4.0 transformation. Read more.
  • South Australia’s Chief Scientist Caroline McMillen is taking the state’s research to the world. Read more.

Around the world

The University of South Australia is using Virtual Reality to help jurors understand complex evidence from crime scenes. Read more.
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