SPONSORS for 2017
This years sponsors will be released soon!
Proudly sponsoring Best Network Implementation Beckhoff implements open automation systems based on PC Control technology. The product range covers Industrial PCs, I/O and Fieldbus Components, Drive Technology and automation software. Products can be used as separate components or integrated into a complete and seamless control system. The Beckhoff “New Automation Technology” philosophy represents universal and open control and automation solutions that are used worldwide.
Proudly sponsoring Best PLC, HMI & Sensor Product Bestech Australia supplies state of the art industrial sensors, instrumentation and teaching equipment from world leading manufacturers, and provides quality customer service. Bestech delivers a wide range of products for university and research laboratories as well as various applications in manufacturing, military, mining, steel, rail, construction, automotive, chemical, pharmaceutical, food and water industries.
Proudly sponsoring Young Achiever of the Year Independence, Innovation and Leadership are the core values that continue to drive and motivate SICK. For more than 60 years SICK has continued to develop a long line of industry firsts to protect personnel and machinery. As inventors and innovators SICK is proud to once again align with the spirit of the awards and in particular the Young Achiever of the Year award.
Proudly sponsoring Machine Builder At B&R Automation, "Perfection in Automation" means we put all of our knowledge and creativity into developing products that become trendsetting innovations. At B&R, we turn this motto into reality by providing customers with a complete automation solution that provides maximum flexibility and economic efficiency. From customised products to large-scale series production, meeting our customers' needs is our main focus.
Proudly sponsoring Safety System Innovation Women in Safety is a networking group designed to create a more connected and collaborative safety network. Founded by Alanna Ball to improve the collaboration within the health and safety field and recognise the part women play in achieving it. Women in Safety to date has 1000 members Australia wide and is hosting events in most capital cities. The group prides itself on thought leadership, connection, open and honest conversation and mentoring of the next generation of safety leaders. At Women in Safety we are truly interested in sharing information and making accessible to everyone at any stage of their safety journey.
Proudly sponsoring Manufacturing Control Since 1943 The Institute of Instrumentation, Control & Automation (The IICA) has been leading the way in the instrumentation, control and automation industry. The IICA is a not-for-profit association that supports this industry. We are an open arena for our members to build their network and knowledge, to enhance their professional career and make some lifelong friendships. Our vision is to be the leading Australian organisation which our industry seeks to set the benchmark, provide networking and education to our industry.
Proudly sponsoring Mining & Minerals Process Control KPMG is a global network of professional firms providing Audit, Tax and Advisory services across a wide range of industries, Government and not for profit sectors. In Australia KPMG has a long tradition of professionalism and integrity, combined with our dynamic approach to advising clients in a digital-driven world. We have approximately 6,700 people, including over 400 partners, with 13 offices around the country. Our deep expertise has seen us work with renowned companies to help them solve complex challenges, steer change, disrupt sectors and grow. Collaboration and innovation are ingrained in our approach, with our people aiming to provide genuine, sustainable value for our clients. Beyond our clients we contribute in voluntary capacities to assist the wellbeing of the communities in which we live and operate. We work with community partners to help solve challenges, with a focus on reconciliation with Indigenous Australia through our Reconciliation Action Plan.