April 8, 2016 at 12:14 am #1411
Guest Speaker: Dr Andrew Skinner, B.Tech, M.E., PhD, Founder and Engineering Director of Measurement Engineering Australia Pty Ltd (MEA), Adelaide-based designers and manufacturers of environmental monitoring systems for agriculture and the renewable energy sector.
Andrew will reflect on his forty year career as an electronics engineer and ponder future opportunities for the electronics industry in Australia.
7.30am – 9.00am on Wednesday 27 April, 2016.
Club Braggs Restaurant at the Public Schools Club, 207 East Terrace Adelaide (Corner of Carrington St). Note: Free on-street parking is readily available on East Terrace.
A hearty breakfast of bacon, eggs, tomato, mushrooms and toast, tea or coffee, an inspiring Guest Speaker, networking with colleagues and meeting people from other parts of our diverse industry.
$27.00 (including GST)
Who Should Attend
Owners, managers, staff of electronics companies, electronics students, educators and researchers and government representatives.
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May 17, 2016 at 4:49 pm #1446
Industry Breakfast – 27 April: Adelaide electronics industry, education, research and government representatives enjoyed the address by Dr Andrew Skinner, Founder and Director of Measurement Engineering Australia Pty Ltd (MEA).
Guest Speaker, Dr Andrew Skinner described his experiences in the electronics industry in Australia and overseas with a large mining company. After returning to South Australia he founded Measurement Engineering Australia (MEA), Adelaide-based designer and manufacturer of environmental monitoring systems for agriculture and the renewable energy sector. Dr Skinner spoke of the changes in the industry during his 40+ years. He also described his exciting new developments in sensor technology for application in viticulture and horticulture. This development could revolutionise the controlled application of water and nutrients to these crops.
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