Adelaide Simulation Australia Showcase Event

Adelaide Simulation Australia Showcase Event

We invite you to join us for the Simulation Australia Showcase in Adelaide. This is a great opportunity to meet other people who are involved in our simulation community.

Come and find out from eight presenters how Simulation is used across industries including: Health, Mining, Defence, Transport, Emergency Management, and Training.

Tuesday 19 March 2013
9.00am to 3.00pm
Finlaysons, Boardroom, Level 12, 81 Flinders Street Adelaide, SA

Speakers confirmed include:

SimAust Member Cost: $70.00
Non Member Cost: $95.00

To register, please click here.

Mr Stephen Camporeale Airworthiness Certification of Synthetic Training Devices

The gradual introduction of ICAO MCQFS 3rd Edition Volume 1 into the civil aviation regulatory structure worldwide represents the most significant change to the way aviation safety is managed when using synthetic training devices in the last 10 years. Stephen's presentation will discuss the pros and cons of adopting ICAO MCQFS 3rd Edition Volume 1 and the follow on Volume 2.

Dr Brenton Cooper 

Big Data is emerging as a new force in mainstream business. Indeed, McKinsey & Company, a leading global management consultancy, have identified Big Data as one of the top ten emerging technology trends in business, with the potential to radically change how businesses gain insight from the staggering amounts of data that is being collected. But is Big Data relevant to Defence and National Security?

Mr Ben Kilsby: Serious Games: We are not alone

Serious Games are wandering in the wilderness. Confused, misunderstood, too cool for some, not cool enough for others, serious games are homeless – an emerging capability sleeping quietly in the woods. Who will lay claim to them? Will it be the simulation industry? Ben Kilsby from Holopoint thinks not…

Nikita Kozhevnikov

CAD software is an essential part of engineering today, but this is just the tip of the digital prototyping iceberg. Dynamic simulation of mechanisms, computational fluid dynamics and finite element modelling create exciting possibilities in efficient product development. See how these tools can save time, money and improve decision making.

Mr Mark Ledson

The Innovation Voucher Program (IVP) encourages collaboration between small to medium enterprises (SMEs) and research and development organisations. Vouchers are awarded to research and developers to help SMEs, without the necessary resources, solve technical problems and to encourage greater innovation within the manufacturing sector.

Mr Mick Mezzino: Plant Simulation Training - One Year On 

In what was a significant paradigm shift in plant operations training for the civil construction and related industries, the CCF SA in 2012, created the largest heavy plant simulator training environment in the Southern Hemisphere. One year on, the challenges, achievements, outcomes and learnings will be presented together with future plans and direction.

For further information please contact:

Chloe Wagemaker
Simulation Australia Marketing Manager
Telephone: +61 8 8223 4888