The Navantia SAGE Automation Group (NSAG) is pleased to announce it has been selected to supply the Integrated Platform Management System (IPMS) for Navantia Australia’s Future Frigate bid.

Australian company SAGE Automation is partnering with US-based Local Motors and the City of Holdfast Bay to deliver the world’s first trial of an autonomous shuttle and shuttle stop solution.

The launch of the Tonsley Manufacturing Innovation (TMI) Hub in Adelaide demonstrates that industry 4.0 capability is alive and booming in Australia.

You know the value of automation training. You know you need to regularly upskill your team. But how do you make it happen when you’re strapped for time and trying to meet business requirements? And how do you know that the new knowledge will be retained and applied by staff on-the-job?

SAGE Automation has completed the build of more than 160 control panels for two Royal Australian Navy Auxiliary Oil Replenishment ships, being built in Spain.

SAGE Automation is excited to announce it has been named as a ‘Master Level’ Partner in Schneider Electric’s System Integrator Alliance (SI) Program.

SAGE Automation and Local Motors have officially launched ‘Accessible OlliStop’ – the Internet of Things (IoT) enabled, smart shuttle stop that is set to revolutionize transport and accessibility services as we know them.

This year has marked some exciting milestones for SAGE, including the relocation of our corporate head office to Tonsley Innovation Precinct, the signing of a $2.8 million dollar defence contract with Navantia, and the launch of our second Training Lab in India.

It’s been a big year for SAGE Training. We’ve delivered our four automation courses to organisations and individuals across Australia, designed and constructed new world-class training platforms, opened a second training centre in India, and worked with some of the best in automation to retain the most current curriculum.

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