An Advanced Manufacturing Showcase at Deakin University on March 30 will offer manufacturers and SMEs the opportunity to connect with industry peers and learn about future manufacturing capabilities
MEMKO Australia, Deakin University and Dassault Systèmes will jointly host the manufacturing showcase event which will include an overview of current trends, demonstrations and presentations from industry leaders.
The one-day event at Deakin’s Waurn Ponds Estate will showcase Deakin University’s cutting-edge facilities and manufacturing incubator programs, end-to-end capabilities of the Dassault solution for Advanced Manufacturing, and MEMKO’s industry, technical and project capability.
The showcase will focus on digital continuity, taking visitors through the manufacturing journey from
conceptual design through to manufacturing. Highlights for event participants include:
Learning about industry trends, technology updates and research capability.
Wednesday 30 March 2022, 8:30am to 3:30pm
Advanced Manufacturing Showcase
Presented by: Deakin University, MEMKO, and Dassault Systèmes
Waurn Ponds Estate, Nicol Drive South, Waurn Ponds, VIC Australia
Attendance is FREE. Numbers are limited. Bookings are essential
Deakin University is home to ManuFutures, Australia’s most advanced manufacturing innovation hub, located in the heart of Deakin’s Future Economy Precinct at Waurn Ponds campus.
ManuFutures helps businesses to accelerate success through its unique facilities, and bespoke programs and services. ManuFutures has helped create more than $1billion in company value, hosted over 500 student placements and created more than 120 direct new jobs since it was established in 2018.
The ManuFutures hub at Deakin’s Waurn Ponds campus is set to grow under the $20million expansion program, which includes a $10million contribution from the Victorian Government via the Victorian Higher Education State Investment Fund (VHESIF). Deakin Research Innovations Regional Manufacturing Director Mark Curnow said Deakin University and ManuFutures were delighted to host the Advanced Manufacturing showcase in partnership with MEMKO and Dassault Systèmes.
“This event will provide a window to the capabilities available from our technology partners while enabling visitors to see first-hand the leading role Deakin and ManuFutures are taking to Advancing Regional Manufacturing,” Mark Curnow said.
MEMKO Founder and Managing Director Miro Miletic said he was very pleased to be contributing directly to the Deakin Universities’ ManuFutures program with support from technology partner Dassault Systémes.
“For me, the Advanced Manufacturing Showcase is the culmination of 15 years of working with businesses and universities to deliver successful digital transformation projects across the entire design to manufacturing lifecycle,” Miro Miletic said.