Tue 23 Aug 2011
Electronics Awards , Electronics Design , Electronics Manufacture , Embedded Software , High Voltage , Made in Australia , News
We are back from the Electronics News Future Awards where we were presented with our trophy for the category of Industrial Electronics. Our thanks go to ABB High Voltage Division in Lilydale for allowing our Electronics Design and Embedded Software Development of the CQ900R Smart Controller to be nominated for the Electronics News Future Awards for 2011.
We are thrilled to have been recognised for our Electronics Design and Embedded Software Development in Industrial Electronics and it shows.
The Electronics News Future Awards are the premier Electronics Design awards in Australia, a point that was made at the awards ceremony by one of the sponsors, Kontron. Kevin Gomez, Editor of Electronics News, speaking about the winners in each category said “These 6 projects represent some of the most outstanding work being done in Australia today”.
As well as handing out trophies, there were 3 keynote speakers and a roundtable discussion on the future of Australian Electronics Manufacturing. Electronics News are covering the outcome of the discussion in detail in their October magazine. We look forward to their coverage of this very important topic.
Electronics News have recently released profiles of each of the winning entries at Future Awards 2011: The Winners and Senator the Hon Kim Carr, Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research; declared that the companies profiled by Electronics News showed that Australia can Win The Innovation Race.
We also appreciate the support from VECCI and ManufactureLink with their coverage of this success as well as the Star News Group. The articles are at:
- Industrial Electronics Award VECCI
- National Industrial Electronics Award Manufacture Link
- Industrial Electronics Award Berwick Gazette
- They’re Bright Sparks Pakenham Gazette
And here is what the ABB CQ900R Capacitor Bank Controller for Power Factor Correction looks like: