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    Cost EA Members: FREE Non EA members: $30.00 ______________________________________ Join Nube iO & Honeywell for a review of how IoT was implemented at the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) to achieve specific space utilization insights and goals. This webinar details: • The benefits of implementing an IoT solution for retrofit building applications • A review of IoT technologies used • An examination of the recommendations and ROI provided to the client post data analysis • Next steps for the project Key takeaways 3-4 bullet points with key messages (why and who should attend) • This webinar is aimed at Engineers working in the built environment who are interested in considering alternate technology offerings for common client solutions • Receive a combination of perspectives from tech giant Honeywell and Tech scaleup Nube iO • Interest in wireless technologies • Interest in building automation About the speakers Sabrina is the Sales Marketing Manager for Nube iO, a company that has developed a scalable IoT solution for portfolios of distributed retrofit buildings. Sabrina works directly with clients to develop IoT offerings specific for their business case. Jerald Skuta is a Digital Service Engineer working for Honeywell’s Building Solutions in Sydney. He is the regional subject matter expert in IoT solutions, cloud technologies, data analytics and utilizing them to create intelligent digital solutions for complex problems.
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    Webinar - Building a business case for IoT Description/Synopsis Dramatic increase of Operational Risks has a profound impact on economic viability of projects, company reputation and its balance sheet. This presentation elaborates how these exposures can be better managed via non-traditional measures, using Resilience Data, IoT and AI. Furthermore, it explains how senior management (an Executive and Board level) can act pre-emptively by obtaining a better insights about potential Operational Risks and utilising a Resilience discipline as a modern tool to hedge those risks. Key takeaways Managing Operational Resilience in a new era of Cyber Risks, Pandemics, Natural Hazards and Behavioural changes presents management with some interesting challenges, but it provides great opportunities too. About the speaker Aleksandar Kovacevic is a banking professional with over 25 years’ experience gained in Australia and internationally. He worked with several large banks and blue-chip organisations and has managed operations across various geographies. Aleksandar is a Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia, Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management, Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Member of the Business Continuity Institute in the United Kingdom. Besides his corporate career, he also served as Adviser to the Australian Federal Government on competitiveness matters and as an adviser to IFC/World Bank. He is also passionate HAM Radio enthusiast and holds unrestricted license.
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    Implementation of Edge Sensor for Online Flotation Interface Detection Presenter: Trevor Hadley (Co-founder/Managing Director of Clarity Advanced Control) Host: Geoff Sizer Description The value of timely decision making, system optimisation and continuous improvement is well understood from productivity achievements gained in industries more broadly. Mining operations are increasingly becoming data rich but remain relatively information poor. Getting information to key people who can drive improvements and translate that to value is the critical step in the industry’s digital transformation. Clarity is developing capability to facilitate digital transformation, by harnessing the significant miniaturisation of computing power to allow complex computation inside sensors and transmission of timely intelligent information. This can be integrated with traditional control interfaces or via Internet of Things (IoT) dashboards. An example is shown of how edge sensing has been implemented on a flotation cell to detect the interface level., and how this has enabled insights and real-time process improvement. Key Takeaways Information systems can now be implemented that allow fit-for-purpose visibility of high value operational issues using one-directional passive information flow to Internet of Things (IoT) dashboards This becomes a viable alternative to the trending and historian software solutions typically offered by higher-end Distributed Control Systems The IoT devices are sensor agnostic and can easily be integrated with legacy equipment commonly found in long life-of-mine operations. This adjunct solution allows improvements to be driven at the supervisor or shift level. Presenter Bio Trevor co-founded Clarity Advanced Control in 2018 to translate science outcomes into industry-implementable products – in particular, to develop and commercialise the next generation of mineral processing instrumentation. He completed an MSc in Chemical Engineering at The University of Cape Town, South Africa. At the CSIR in Pretoria he developed a grounding in fluidisation for energy and mineral processing applications, with key deliverables including scoping, trial work, plant design and commissioning. He joined CSIRO, Clayton, in 2008 where he further developed skills in process engineering, flowsheet development, computational- and physical- modelling in the energy and mineral processing sectors. In this role, he gained a wealth of knowledge in process evaluation, costing, integration and scale-up.
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    View the recording: This webinar has passed. Members of Engineers Australia can view the recording free on MyPortal. Simply logon and navigate to Technologies > Sensors & Embedded Electronics Synopsis Location has become a critical component across a wide variety of organizations as part of their ever-expanding IoT implementations. As companies get more sophisticated in their knowledge of what IoT can do for their business, they’re moving beyond basic applications to use IoT to better manage key business processes. While accurate location capabilities are on every company’s wish list, each has a different idea of what the technology is capable of and what they can do with it. What is needed accuracy, will it be real-time, what can you track, what can you use the data for, how is it going to help us in our business, is the infrastructure just for tracking or can it be used for other applications? This presentation will answer these questions, amongst others, and will give examples of the different verticals and applications where it is already being used. Key take-aways gain the understanding of the RTLS (Real Time Location Systems) and how applying it can drive the value for all the players in the value chain be able to spot the opportunities and pain points that are common in many vertical industries and how to solve these using RTLS understand how the wide partner network that has already build extensive solutions in this area can be utilized in order to shorten the development cycle and time to market About the speaker Jukka is Country Manager of Quuppa Australia. Quuppa is a technology company that has its roots in Finland. Its Quuppa Locating System (QLS) provides real-time and accurate positioning for location-based solutions. Quuppa’s technology opens a gateway to the wider Internet of Things integrations, serves all business verticals, and has been applied across various industries from security, hospitals, industrial internet, retail, hospitality and restaurants to smart buildings and sports and so on. Jukka is a seasoned business and technology professional having worked with big multinational companies, successfully built own products and companies, and has played major role in internationalising others. LinkedIn profile
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    View the recording: This webinar has passed. Members of Engineers Australia can view the recording free on MyPortal. Simply logon and navigate to Industry Applications > Manufacturing Description We'll start by talking a little about the history and the inspiration behind Industry 4.0 as it's known, then break it down into the key elements and practical ways they can be executed using current technologies. We'll touch on the role IIoT has to play, and where it fits in todays manufacturing scene, and where it "might" be headed. Key takeaways Industry 4.0 is an evolving concept It's looks different across different size enterprises, industries, countries, and cultures Connectivity is key, especially the adoption of open standards All of the technology, and the raw skills we need to deploy already exist The ROI's can be significant, financially, and in human terms About the speaker Glen founded ESM Australia in 1996 after working in electronics and process control industries as an employee for more than 10 years. Over the last 24 years he’s led the team at ESM in delivering automation and motion control systems in a wide range of industries, often taming new and emerging technologies. Glen was at Hannover Messe for the initial introduction of Industry 4.0 (which was actually around 2008) then again in 2011 and continues to visit regularly. In 2019 Glen founded iControls, one of three companies globally selected for the initial rollout of a distribution channel to represent Ignition SCADA platform outside the USA. He runs two companies and travels widely to technology events and manufacturing facilities around the world, learning and bringing best practice back to Australia. Glen brings a pragmatic approach to helping Australian manufacturers understand and implement digital systems that optimize and sustain performance.
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    View the recording: This webinar has passed. If you are a member of Engineers Australia, you can view the recording free on MyPortal. Just logon and navigate to Industry Practices > Manufacturing _______________________________________________________________________________________________ About the speaker Steve Barker is the Owner and Director of Prospect Control Systems Pty Ltd. An accomplished and highly experienced industrial control systems engineer, Steve has taken forward Industrial IoT technology for a number of clients and sees IIoT as a natural extension and enhancement of traditional control system engineering. Steve is a Chartered Professional Engineer and Member of Engineers Australia. Webinar synopsis This webinar will focus on 2 case studies of the implementation of LPWan technology in an industrial context. The 2 projects that are the subject of the case studies used different LPWan technology - 1 LoraWAN and 1 SigFox, and the experiences in the delivery of these projects will be examined and discussed. The challenges faced and the longer term outcomes and benefits from the projects will be presented to give listeners a real world and practical perspective on these technologies in an industrial setting. Key Takeaways Listeners will gain an understanding of the implementation of LPWan in 2 industrial projects and take away knowledge as to how it may be applied in their industries or services. This webinar will be of interest to end users of the technology and also system engineers, suppliers and integrators.
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    View the recording: This webinar has passed. Members of Engineers Australia can view the recording free on MyPortal. Simply logon and navigate to Technologies > Security Synopsis Matt Tett, chair IoT Alliance Australia (IoTAA) (www.iot.org.au) WSe3 - Cyber Security and Network Resilience will be presenting on the strategy that IoTAA has taken to address stakeholder concerns when it comes to ensuring IoT ecosystems can uphold security, safety and privacy. Key Takeaways: If your role involves IoT from a manufacture, development, supply or procurement perspective receive value in learning key, 1. Details of the IoT “TrustMark” Certification program, 2. Information about the IoT reference framework (architecture), 3. Resources for the IoT Security Awareness Guides, both supply side and demand side, 4. Current status of Industry and government working relationships. Slides - IoT Security in Australia.pdf
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    View the recording: This webinar has passed. Members of Engineers Australia can view the recording free on MyPortal. Simply logon and navigate to Overview > Introduction to IoT ____________________________________________________________________________________ Adopters of Internet of Things technologies in Australia often have to make compromises when selecting commercial-off-the-shelf technologies to meet their needs. Australia has environmental, geographic and commercial realities that are different from those in Europe, the USA and Asia. These differences create opportunities for innovators to find niche opportunities to manufacture IoT devices that are optimised for use in Australia. This presentation provides a step-by-step guide for engineers in all industries on how to develop their own IoT device, covering business requirements, design for manufacture and building the case for manufacturing in Australia. A number of case studies are presented including the Senquip ORB-X1, a general-purpose IoT sensor gateway developed in Australia. About the presenter: Norman Ballard is the General manager of Engineering at BZG, a systems integrator focusing on marine systems, and CEO of Senquip, a manufacturer of IoT gateways for connecting sensors. Norman has extensive experience in electronics design. He founded Hummingbird Electronics in 1997 after emigrating from South Africa. Prior to this, he was a Project Engineer at General Electric, Director of the Semiconductor Division within Avnet and Market Development Manager for semiconductor products in Southern Africa for Motorola. Presentation slides IOT an Opportunity for Manufacturers in Australia.pdf
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    View the recording: This webinar has passed. If you are a member of Engineers Australia, you can view the recording free on MyPortal. Just logon and navigate to Industry Practices > Manufacturing _______________________________________________________________________________________________ The manufacture of quality electronic products requires a capable manufacturer with a robust quality management system, supported by sound engineering of designs with a strong “design for manufacture” focus. This webinar explores how Australian companies can cost-effectively design and manufacture their next generation of products in Australia. We begin by describing the key elements of the electronics manufacturing process, from sourcing parts to boxed product assembly. We then explore design for manufacture principles and show how they align with these production processes. Surprisingly, the cost of electronics manufacturing in Australia can approach price parity with Asian countries. This untold success story runs counter to the common perception that all electronics manufacturing in Australia is dead. However, particularly in demanding mission or safety-critical industries like medical, defence, aerospace and mining, Australian manufacturers have held their own. Now they are turning the tables as a relentless focus on quality-driven continual improvement has improved unit costs to within 80% to 90% of Asian manufacturers. When combined with other service, reliability and security factors, and contrasted with the logistical challenges of dealing with outsourcing partners, the value proposition for keeping manufacturing wholly in Australia is growing more compelling by the day. About the presenters: Serena Ross is the general manager at Circuitwise, a contract electronics manufacturer and turnkey product assembly. Geoff sizer is the CEO of Genesys Electronics Design, an electronics design firm specialising in the development of smart electronic devices leveraging Internet of Things technologies. Takeaways: Understand design for manufacture in electronics Be familiar with the end-to-end electronics manufacturing process Learn how to brief both designers and manufacturers for best outcomes Webinar slides - Design for manufacture.pdf
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