New Insights from Old Factories

Unleash Efficiency with IoT and ERP Integration

Join us for an expert panel session where we’ll be discussing novel and nifty ways to seamlessly and affordably connect your factory with IoT devices and integrate this data with systems like ERP.

Fusion5 has partnered with @AuManufacturing on New Insights from Old Factories – exploring how manufacturers are deriving real-time insights from existing machinery and processes, allowing them to modernise without the cost of moving into a new, purpose-built site.

Register now to join the discussion and learn how successful manufacturers connect, analyse, automate, and collaborate using integrated technologies.

Key learnings:

  • Understand the role of IoT in manufacturing and how it contributes to efficiency and productivity improvements.
  • Learn about the benefits of integrating IoT data with ERP systems for real-time insights and decision-making.
  • Gain insights from real-world manufacturing use cases and experiences shared by industry experts.
  • Q&A

DATE:  Wednesday, 6th December 2023
TIME: 10:00 am (AEST) | 11:00 am (AEDT) | 1:00 pm (NZDT)
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Adam Amos
Director, Robotic Systems
Tom Veitch
Industry Director, Fusion5 
Charlotte Morris
Program Leader, Industry Capability Development for DMTC 
Peter Roberts
Founder - @AUManufacturing (Moderator) 

Panellists Bio's

Adam Amos - Director,
Robotic Systems 

Adam is an Australian Mechatronics Engineer and the founder of Robotic Systems, a specialised tech hardware design + manufacturer based in Newcastle, NSW.  

Adam specialises in accelerating the journey from idea to prototype and into manufacturing of other businesses' high-value tech hardware products. 

Adam has led Robotic Systems to be recognised by Deloitte as being in the top 100 fastest growing hardware businesses in Australia Pacific region as well as being credited as the original inventor on 4 patents for tech hardware. 
Tom Veitch - Industry Director, Supply Chain Management – Fusion5 

Tom has over 20 years of project experience, spanning industries such as manufacturing, distribution, and professional services. His expertise extends to various aspects of Supply Chain Management, making him a valuable Industry Director at Fusion5. With a focus on project management, communication, and delivering ERP capabilities, Tom has a successful track record in helping businesses achieve their goals. 
Charlotte Morris - Program Leader, Industry Capability Development for DMTC 

In this role Charlotte has a lead role in the national rollout of DMTC’s Industry Capability Development Program, that aims to create a network of Defence-ready companies with benchmarked, globally competitive capabilities. 

Charlotte has spent more than 15 years supporting small to medium enterprises (SMEs) in the defence sector through a range of roles including five years in the State Government of Victoria’s Defence Industry Unit, followed by three years working with the Defence Science Institute facilitating greater industry/academia connections. From 2014 to 2020 Charlotte managed the Victorian Defence Alliances, industry clusters of over 600 SMEs targeting work in the defence supply chain.