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Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s luncheon talk to Shirebiz supporters      

About 195 Shire residents attended Shirebiz’s arranged lunch in Doltone house on Friday 12th February 2021.  The Premier gave details of the Global NSW program and spoke about the NSW initiative on R&D.  She also received questions in writing and from the floor on the following topics: Temporary siting of promised Sutherland Hospital’s MRI-not due until 2023 but needed now; Widening of bridge at eastern end of Heathcote Rd; Nuclear power in NSW; Government construction contracts non-compliance; Payroll tax removal/relief and the timetable for F6/M6 Kogarah to Waterfall & precise route through the Shire. Photos can be seen on the website HERE. Read the Leader article on the luncheon. The lunch was organised by VMS Conferences and sponsored by ANSTO, NGR Accounting, SMR Nuclear Technology, Britton Maritime and Tynan Motor Group. Hand sanitiser was provided by True Blue Chemicals and Marzophotography provided a free photo service.

NANDIN Deep Technology Incubator LAUNCH

On Monday 19th November Dr Adi Paterson, CEO ANSTO opened the NANDIN Incubator in the presence of representatives of industry, local, Sate and Federal politicians and incubator tenants.  Dr Markus Nordberg, Head of Development and Innovation, CERN [home of the large Hadron collider in Geneva] addressed the gathering on Physics, CERN, Innovation and Social Impact.  See presentation.
The talk was followed by a smoking ceremony. NB Deep technology refers to technologies built upon IP generated from STEMM

 

                               

Dr Adi Paterson              Dr Markus Nordberg     Commencement of Smoking Ceremony

Establishment of Robotics Group

National Robotics & Automation Group [NRAG]

The National Robotics and Automation Group (NRAG) has been established as a collaboration of leading Southern Sydney based industrial automation, robotics and technology companies who are seeking to work collectively with ANSTO and key international partners to develop robotic and automated systems for the use in nuclear and radioactive environments.  Our key goal is to provide innovative technologies and solutions to problems faced by ANSTO but which also have global market appeal within the nuclear and radio-pharma industry.  NRAG’s aims to combine the industry knowledge of its member companies with ANSTO’s nuclear & radio-pharma experience to become a key part of ANSTO’s growing Technology Precinct.
The participants include Australis Engineering, Britton Maritime, Chess Industries, Breseight Engineering, Jar-aerospace, Yokogawa, ShireBiz, and Southern Strength.
The group has been meeting since May to determine projects in which they could collaborate with ANSTO.  Recently, following a presentation from ANSTO staff, they have focussed on projects that could assist ANSTO in automating present and future facilities.

 

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