Featured Media Coverage

2019

Towards Industry 4.0 – An Australian technology company’s perspective
IPACS Australia Managing Director and CEO, Mr. Kailash Sriram, talks to the Government of South Australia about Industry 4.0, digital transformation and Industrial Internet of Things. According to Mr. Sriram “The opportunity is there for Australian Industry. We need to take part and contribute to the evolution of Industry 4.0, in order to be effective in the modern, highly-competitive industrial world.”

2018

IPACS technology has been selected for inclusion in the 2019 Australian Military Sales Catalogue
IPACS Australia technology will feature in the 2019 Australian Military Sales Catalogue. This catalogue will be distributed to all foreign and Australian Defence attaches.

2018

IPACS Australia leads a innovation bid for the Newcrest Unearthed Hackathon – Burn your Bridges competition
IPACS Australia has submitted an innovation bid for the Newcrest Unearthed Hackathon competition. IPACS teamed up with Brokk Australia to propose an Autonomous Rock Manipulator for the Newcrest Telfer Mine. The Telfer mine suffers from $10M of lost production annually due to clogging at the rock bridge. The IPACS solution autonomously clears the clogging using advanced computer vision and robotics.

2018

Hon. Chris Pyne, Minister for Defence introduces IPACS Australia to BAE Systems Canada
Hon. Chris Pyne, Minister for Defence, Government of Australia introduces IPACS, as a sovereign Australian company, to BAE Systems Canada for the Canadian Future Frigate Program.

2018

University of South Australia awards IPACS Australia a new R&D contract
IPACS Australia awarded a new contract to develop next generation computer vision algorithms for mineral processing by the University of South Australia.

2018

IPACS and Indago Partners sign a Memorandum of Understanding
IPACS and Indago Partners sign a Memorandum of Understanding to jointly pursue the defence, mining and oil & gas industries.

2018

IPACS and Brokk Australia exhibit at The Copper to the World Conference
IPACS along with Brokk is a proud exhibitor at the Copper to the World (CTTW) 2018 conference held at the Adelaide Convention Centre in Adelaide, South Australia.

2017

University of South Australia – New program to drive industry-research collaboration
IPACS awarded a Future Industries Institute Mobility grant by the University of South Australia. In this project, two IPACS engineers will be seconded to the university to develop next generation sensors for the resources sector.

2017

Government of South Australia – Media Announcement
IPACS Australia wins a new contract to develop advanced sensors and analytics from the University of South Australia and Government of South Australia.

2017

Australian Trade and Investment Commission – IPACS Client Capability Profile
Australian Trade and Investment Commission has developed IPACS client capability profile to pitch IPACS technology and capabilities to the international market. This profile will be presented via Australian Trade and Investment Commission’s overseas network to represent Australian capability in different areas to foreign mining companies.

2017

Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology (IMarEST)IPACS’ Dr. Vinay Sriram presented at the IMarEST South Australian Branch Technical Meeting
IPACS General Manager, Dr. Vinay Sriram, presented on the IPACS approach towards equipment analytics and condition monitoring for the Australian Defence Force.

2017

IPACS and Hangzhou Smartrich Information Tech Co Pty awarded a contract to setup a remote monitoring centre for New Era Fire.

2017

IPACS and Petro Digital Pvt Ltd sign a Memorandum of Understanding
IPACS and Petro Digital Pvt Ltd sign a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a Joint Venture for the Indian oil & gas market.

2016

Frost & Sullivan Shift from traditional products to data-driven services create significant opportunities for ICT and condition monitoring vendors, finds Frost & Sullivan
Frost & Sullivan identify IPACS as one of a growing number of Australian disruptors helping change the way condition monitoring achieves its outcomes. “They are doing this by leveraging the convergence of information and operation technology (IT/OT), which enables advanced applications to support real time decision making,” noted Ivan Fernandez, Head of Research, Industrial Practice, Frost & Sullivan Australia & New Zealand. “As a result, the future of competition in the condition monitoring landscape will be about who can provide an efficient integrated platform to manage IT and OT.”

2016

RESAIPACS’ Dr. Vinay Sriram presents at Copper Strategy Success Seminar: The Future of Work event
RESA reports on the Copper Strategy Success Seminar. IPACS General Manager Dr. Vinay Sriram presented at this seminar.

2016

Mining NewsCopper hopes ride on exploration success
Mining News reports on the Collaborative Remote Operations Centre (ROC) project. In this project, IPACS and the University of South Australia established a pilot Remote Operation Centre for OZ Minerals.

2016

Australian Information Industry AssociationIPACS’ Dr. Vinay Sriram presents at the inaugural AIIA Internet of Things cluster event
Australian Information Industry Association reports on the AIIA Internet of Things cluster event. IPACS General Manager Dr. Vinay Sriram presented at this event.

2015

Government of South AustraliaNew technology delivers savings for resources sector
The Government of South Australia reports on the IPACS remote sensor technology. IPACS technology has the potential to deliver significant cost savings for the resources industry.

2015

Government of South AustraliaRemote sensor technology drives major cost savings for resources sector
This is the official media release by Hon. Tom Koutsantonis, Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy. In this media release, Hon. Tom Koutsantonis announces the launch of the IPACS Remote Operation Centre at Technology Park, Mawson Lakes.

2015

Energy NewsSantos seeks innovative edge
EnergyNews reports on the Centre for Predictive Analytics project where IPACS partners with academia and industry to establish the Centre.

2015

The Lead South AustraliaRemote monitoring system helps reduce costs for contract mining companies
The Lead South Australia reports on the IPACS remote monitoring technology and the IPACS Remote Operation Centre.

2015

Industrial MineralsAdvanced remote monitoring systems to reduce mine operation costs
Industrial Minerals reports on the IPACS Remote Operation Centre technology. This technology helps miners, oil & gas operators and their contractors reduce cost of operations.

2015

Australian MiningRemote operations centre opens in Adelaide
Australian Mining reports on the launch of the IPACS Remote Operation Centre.

2015

Omni Channel MediaSA Gets Serious About the Internet of Things
The Omni Channel Media reports on the IPACS Remote Operation Centre. From this Centre, contract miners like Lucas TCS and Thiess were able to monitor the performance of their mining assets located hundreds of kms away.

2015

The AdvertiserRemote Operations Centre run by IPACS helps mid-tier mining and energy companies
The Advertiser reports on the launch of the IPACS Remote Operation Centre. This Centre was launched by Minerals and Energy Resources Minister Hon. Tom Koutsantonis. The IPACS Centre provides low cost low risk access to specialist remote operation centre technology to mining and oil & gas companies

2015

Government of South AustraliaRemote sensor technology drives major cost savings for resources sector
The Department of State Development (Government of South Australia) reports on the Remote Operation Centre project where IPACS partners with academia and industry to establish a remote operation centre at Technology Park, Mawson Lakes.

2015

Mawson Lakes LivingNew high-tech business – IPACS
Mawson Lakes Living reports on the IPACS Remote Operation Centre. The IPACS Centre delivers low cost and low risk remote operation centre technology to resources companies.

2014

MESA JournalPilot study for a resources sector collaborative remote operations centre completed
The MESA Journal reports on the collaborative remote operations centre (ROC) project led by IPACS Power with the support of University of South Australia, OZ Minerals and the Department of State Development.

2012

itNews - Funding boost for coal-fired power plant technology
itNews reports on IPACS Power technology, which provides power plant operators with the ability to detect the build up of slag in furnances.

2012

Babcock International PLC Babcock awarded SEA1000 Australian future submarine study contract
Babcock International reports on IPACS contribution to the SEA 1000 Australian future submarine test cell project.

2012

CIOIPACS Power the latest recipient of government grants under the government’s $200 million Clean Technology Innovation Program
CIO reports on IPACS Power technology, which received funding from the Clean Technology Innovation Program, Government of Australia. IPACS Power technology provides early identification of slag build up, which is a major contributor to low power plant efficiency.

2012

Australian Academy of Technology and EngineeringAustralia-China Joint Coordination Group on Clean Coal Technology
This is the official report by the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE). In this media release, ATSE announce the award of the Australia China Emerging Future Leaders in Low Emissions Coal Technology Fellowship to Dr. Vinay Sriram (IPACS).

2012

Government of AustraliaInnovative software set to reduce emissions
This is the official media release by Hon. Greg Combet, the then Minister for Industry and Innovation. In this media release, Hon. Greg Combet announces the award of funding to IPACS.

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