Creating a sustainable Robotics Industry for Australia
Our Mission & Vision
Formation of a cohesive national network.
The purpose of the Robotics Australia Network will be to drive uptake of robotic technology and accelerate the growth of our domestic robotics industry. An advanced manufacturing and technology industry that will design, build, deploy and service advanced robotic systems for domestic and international consumption.
We see this as an opportunity to provide Australia with new employment opportunities, high-value global skills and capabilities, and technological sovereignty. We aspire to see an Australian robotics industry that will support the strength and competitiveness of our domestic industries; including mining, energy, agriculture, manufacturing, construction, avionics, defence, and many more.
In response to covid-19 the workshops associated with the second edition of the Robotics Roadmap for Australia are to be held as virtual workshops until further notice.
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“We are announcing our first Queensland futuremap® workshops, designed for senior executives of manufacturing SMEs, to kick-start their post-COVID-19 advanced manufacturing transformation.
The ARM Hub is a not-for-profit company that draws together the best scientists, technical experts, designers and engineers working side by side to develop commercial robotics and manufacturing solutions.
We also offer facilities and expertise in securing public and private investment to help solve problems and develop new products and services on a commercial scale.
We work with our partners and large and small businesses to deliver impactful results helping to improve reliability, increase safety, reduce costs, upskill staff, create jobs and contribute to a thriving industry ecosystem.
Get in touch to find out how the ARM Hub can help you. And, we encourage Queensland manufacturers to join us this July for one of our futuremap® workshops as a terrific way to begin your journey with us”
“Where are we with robotics in Australia?”
Nicci Rossouw, CEO and Founder of Exaptec – specialising in telepresence, social and educational robots!
Expatec CEO Nicci Rossouw talks robotics, STEM, challenges during her career, how she relaxes and more with Dr Sue Keay! To contact Dr Keay, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sue combines the digital and the physical to take action in the real world. Find out more about her work – solving some of the great challenges facing humanity – at digitalcareers.csiro.au
Podcast Interview Dr Sue Keay April 2020
Hosted by Andrew Scott of Queensland Robotics Cluster
A conversation with Dr Sue Keay, Research Director Cyber-Physical Systems at CSIRO\Data 61
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Get Involved!! 2nd Robotics Roadmap for Australia.
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Robotics Roadmap v.1
Services Sector Webinar in PDF Format.
Defence Sector Webinar in PDF Format.
COVID 19, Robots and us.
Catch up with Andra Keay of Silicon Valley Robotics & her guests, for a series of important discussions on the COVID-19 crisis. Subscribe to SVR’s YouTube channel for more exciting online events!
Silicon Valley Robotics is home to the world’s most innovative robots and robot research. We have more than 50 research labs and almost 50% of the global robotics startup funding happens here. Plus my office is here at Circuit Launch, a hardware cowork space or accelerator. Plus we have great visitors from overseas. So now that I’m not organizing as many events, I’m going to get more videos online here on our new YouTube channel.
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