Advanced Manufacturing - Can Australia Make it?
Join us for this conversation on the future of the manufacturing industry. It presents an excellent opportunity for manufacturing professionals, industry leaders, and tech enthusiasts to explore trends, exciting possibilities, and strategies for navigating the manufacturing landscape in Australia.
Our panel of experts will share their insights on the future of Advanced Manufacturing in Australia and discuss some critical topics such as:
- How Australian manufacturers are embracing technological change to remain competitive.
- Navigating post-pandemic manufacturing challenges.
- How potential markets and promising opportunities are set to shape Australian manufacturing in the upcoming five years.
This event isn’t just about observing trends, it's about creating a fair, technologically advanced, and sustainable future for the Australian manufacturing industry.
Our format is simple: moderated panel discussions with real people followed by networking and drinks.
Date: Wednesday 21st Febraury 2024
Venue - Luminary, Level 1, 195 Little Collins St, Melbourne, Vic
Ticket price includes drinks, light refreshments.
No drop ins.
Meet the Panellists:
- Rod Scott -Selectronic Australia. CEO
Founded in 1964 by the Scott family, Selectronic Australia quickly established itself as a major manufacturer of custom-made transformers and inductors for the local electronics industry. Selectronic Australia has grown through a philosophy of providing products and solutions that focus on the customer needs and today this second-generation family company manufactures a world class range of highly innovative and functional interactive inverters.
- Oded VanHam - Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF)
Oded has thrived at the dynamic intersection of science and business. Armed with an MBA, MSc, PMP, and GAICD, he has navigated diverse roles and continents. His expertise in business development is deeply rooted in a keen understanding of scientific innovation. Currently, as a Client Engagement Facilitator for Medical Technologies at the Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF), he leverages his unique experience to empower industry and researchers. By connecting them with ANFF's cutting-edge manufacturing facilities and expertise, he acts as a bridge, enabling the translation of scientific discoveries into real-world solutions.
- Ross George -Austeng
With over 30 years of manufacturing experience Ross is CEO of Austeng – a boutique engineering firm located in North Geelong that specializes in the design, engineering development and building of customized electro-mechanical machinery and systems. Austeng has a proven track record in working with clients to assist them to introduce cutting edge systems that enable them to complete in an increasing global market It has built a reputation as an innovative and world class designer and manufacturer of quality automated special purpose equipment for industry.
- Morley Muse - iStem
Dr Morley Muse is a Chemical, Environmental and Renewable Energy Engineer with expertise in waste-to-energy generation, wastewater treatment, renewable hydrogen generation, biofuels production and energy transition including storage, transmission and waste heat reuse. She holds multiple board/executive leadership positions and has worked across academia and industry including in consulting and construction.
This event is moderated by our very own Gretchen Scott from Kalieda