Tonsley Innovation Precinct is set to become the hub for intelligent transport technologies that will change the face of transport as we know it – and SAGE Automation will play a key role.
Existing SAGE Automation clients and broader industry alike are set to benefit from the company’s newly optimised manufacturing facility at the Tonsley Innovation Precinct.
In June 2017, SAGE Automation opened it's second trainng centre in India, in the city of Mumbai.
Student admissions are already in demand and a full range of courses are available.
Using the latest in training platforms from Australia, students are prepared not just to actively participate in the Indian workforce, but to work anywhere in the world.
Students and professionals have been undertaking training at the SAGE training centre in Pune since 2012.
The T2T Project is delivering a number of benefits to the South Australian economy, including jobs creation, improvements in travel times and building lasting infrastructure.
Energy professionals from Pakistan have undergone world-class training in control systems in Adelaide – with the goal of improving the country’s energy sector performance as it experiences rapid economic and population growth.
Adelaide-based company SAGE Automation together with Navantia Australia have today signed a $2.8 million contract to supply the control systems for two Royal Australian Navy Auxiliary Oil Replenishment ships, currently being built in Spain.
Australian manufacturers are set to benefit from the Federal Government’s $100 million dollar Advanced Manufacturing Fund that will provide opportunities for growth and modernisation across the sector.
Melbourne’s much anticipated Monash Freeway Upgrade is under construction and SAGE Automation is delivering a key component – the Intelligent Transport System (ITS) that will help slash travel times for motorists.
SAGE Automation will move its South Australian office to the Tonsley innovation precinct in 2017.