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Industry 4.0 at Swinburne

Industry 4.0 is the next frontier, essential for the future of developed 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.

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Society 4.0 Forum: Shaping the Digital Economy for Good

8 - 9 November 2018 | What is the digital economy? What does it mean for your organisation? How can we avoid ‘more of the same’ as we reshape systems and work as the 4th Industrial Revolution happens?

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Swinburne is at the forefront of Industry 4.0 through our advanced digitalisation capabilities including Industrial Automation, Internet of Things, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence, Smart Sensors, Autonomous Systems, and new generation processes and materials. Our industry-engaged research in the 4.0 domain is supported by Swinburne’s Factory of the Future and Digital Research Innovation Capability Platform. These are the foundations to help create the workforce of the future and transform our industries.
Swinburne has a holistic 4.0 strategy that stems from our research and innovation ecosystem, informing and enabling education and training across the entire continuum of capabilities. Our strategy is enabled by our interdisciplinary research institutes, the Digital Research Innovation Capability Platform and the Factory of the Future. This is the next frontier, moving people to the creative side of imagining and realising new high value-add products and services within a knowledge-based economy.

Professor Aleksandar Subic Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Development)
Member of the Prime Minister's Industry 4.0 Taskforce
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Swinburne is pioneering a world-leading degree in Industry 4.0 technologies

The Associate Degree of Applied Technologies teaches students cutting-edge technical engineering and IT skills, equipping them for the digital revolution. This 'Higher Apprenticeship' trains our students for the future, created in partnership with Siemens and the Ai Group.

First MindSphere Development Centre at Swinburne

MindSphere is a cloud-based system from Siemens, a powerful IoT operating system with data analytics and connectivity capabilities. It is part of a suite of new software Swinburne has received from Siemens to digitise our Factory of the Future and Industry 4.0 capabilities.

Contact us

There are many ways to engage with us across our Industry 4.0 capabilities. Please contact Nico Adams, Director, Factory of the Future to start a conversation.

Call +61 3 9214 5011