Industry 4.0 is the next frontier, essential for the future of developing economies. At Swinburne, we’re using digital technologies to create social and economic impact as one of the only universities with a holistic 4.0 strategy.
“Industry 4.0 offers industry significant advantages in productivity and competitiveness. Swinburne’s Industry 4.0 strategy leverages our capabilities across research, higher education as well as pathways and vocational education. Our research partnerships with industry provide deep insights into the skills needed for the workforce of the future. We have developed novel, tailored models for education and training in response to this.”
Professor Bronwyn Fox , Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Enterprise)
Associate Professor Nico AdamsDirector, Factory of the Future