Latest news from SAGE Group
Have you heard about SAGE's 20 week placement program? Rather than explain it ourselves, we thought we'd hand it over to our recent placement grads to explain all about the program from their perspective.
Spread between SAGE's Smart Transport, Defence and Manufacturing teams, the group of interns all gained practical and valuable hands-on experience in their unique fields.
From creating the world’s first smart transit hub, to fighting the #WarOnWaste and celebrating our 25th birthday, 2019 was a year full of innovation, diversity and bucket loads of perseverance from our talented and rapidly growing team.
Earlier this year, SAGE was lucky enough to attend Siemen's Digitalize Conference in Brisbane, with several of our executive team members having the chance to speak about a range of topics including digital skills development and Australia's digitalization journey.
SAGE Group has been shortlisted as a finalist in two categories, in the Australian Defence Industry Awards 2019.
The inaugural award recognises Australia’s top defence industry professionals and businesses, with SAGE nominated for ‘Manufacturer of the Year’ and ‘Defence Innovator of the Year’ for its contribution to the defence industry.
It is a significant milestone for a business to celebrate its 25 Birthday.
For us at SAGE, it presents an opportunity to pause and reflect on our journey so far. Our growth into a diverse global business, the unforgettable milestones, the challenges we fought hard to overcome, what’s changed, what we hope will never change and to recognise all of those who have been a part of our story so far.
The latest step in SAGE’s Industry 4.0 transformational journey has everyone excited – and none more so than Graduate Engineer Thomas Jolley - who is now in charge of supervising a complex piece of new equipment known as the 'Komax Zeta 640 cabling machine'.
A fresh partnership between SAGE Group company Nukon and digital consultancy OFS (Operations Feedback Systems) will offer Australian manufacturers enhanced ability to digitise and adopt Industry 4.0 solutions.
The latest round of transport work experience students have made their mark at SAGE, so much so that they are now employed casually until they complete their degrees.
Tonsley Innovation Precinct has again found itself on show, this time to an eager delegation from Victoria University.
SAGE Automation Control Systems Engineer Jason Leppin started with the company straight out of University. Now more than 7 years later, he hasn't looked back!