The inaugural I4AMF conference sought to enhance collective understanding of future developments in industry transformation and what Australian businesses need to be doing now as they move to – or further along – the digitalisation journey. It facilitated discussion and cooperation between business leaders, policy makers, Industry Growth Centres, the education and research sector, unions […]
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Presentations from the 2019 I4AMF Conference available to download: Panel Session 1 – Industry 4.0 Foresight Chair Jeff Connolly, Chairman & CEO Siemens Ltd Panel members Hon Trish White, President of Engineers Australia David Chuter, CEO & Managing Director, Innovative Manufacturing CRC Kate Louis, Head Defence & Industry Policy, Ai Group David Hart, CEO Dematec […]
Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen. Thank you to the Advanced Manufacturing Forum for the opportunity to address your inaugural conference. I am very proud to say Australia will always be a manufacturing nation. Yes, it may look a little different and we’ll come to that … but today’s attendance is testament to the fact Australia […]
Priority strategies to transform Australia’s manufacturing industries and build global competitive advantage were today debated by leaders from business, research, education and training, unions and government attending the inaugural conference of the Industry 4.0 Advanced Manufacturing Forum (I4AMF*). Essential to Australia’s transition to Industry 4.0 is a sufficient and growing supply of appropriately skilled people. […]
I4AMF is the successor to the Prime Minister’s Industry 4.0 Taskforce and is a collaborative forum of industry leaders from: Ai Group, Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre, AustCyber, AMWU, Engineers Australia, Innovative Manufacturing CRC, Siemens Ltd, Standards Australia, Swinburne University, and SAP, supported by the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science. Industry 4.0 Foresight The inaugural […]
Embedding technology, driving jobs growth, backing Australian business A five point call to action 1. Dedicated leadership, clear goals. Managing the transition to industry 4.0, where businesses grow, jobs are secure and innovation thrives, requires leadership. Business, educational institutions, unions, standards bodies, and other decision-makers need to work together, now and into the future. All […]