As a market leader, IPACS provides the highest possible level of expertise, delivery and support. We are continually developing our knowledge and experience in partnership with our customers.
Regardless of the complexity of the issues, or the magnitude of the challenges, we work with and support our customers until the successful conclusion of each project.
IPACS applies proven techniques and technologies in new ways to provide low risk, high value solutions to our customers.
2019The Government of South Australia releases a video on the IPACS - Dassault Systèmes partnership
2019Dassault Systèmes and IPACS Sign MoU to Create Industrial IoT Demonstrator for Collaboration in Key Industries in Australia
2019IPACS Australia technology and products are listed in the 2019 Australian Military Sales Catalogue
2018Hon. Chris Pyne, Minister for Defence, Government of Australia introduces IPACS Australia, as as a sovereign Australian company, to BAE Systems Canada for the Canadian Future Frigate Program.
2018The University of South Australia awards IPACS Australia a new research and development contract. Under this contract, IPACS will lead the development of next generation computer vision algorithms for mineral processing.
2018IPACS and Shaoxing Mixed Technology group present a plan to China StateGrid to setup a Remote Asset Monitoring Centre. China StateGrid is one of the world's largest companies (owned wholly by the Government of China).
2018IPACS awarded a Future Industries Institute Mobility grant by the University of South Australia.
2018IPACS Australia selected by the SA Government to undertake training through the Virtual Shipyard Program.
2017Government of China awards IPACS and Hangzhou Smartrich Information Tech Co Pty a contract to setup a remote monitoring centre for New Era Fire.
2017IPACS and Petro Digital Pvt Ltd sign a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a Joint Venture for the Indian oil & gas market.
2016IPACS and Hangzhou Smartrich Information Tech Co Pty present to the Government of China a plan to establish a Remote Monitoring Centre for New Era Fire.
2016IPACS and Hangzhou Smartrich Information Tech Co Pty sign a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a Joint Venture for the Chinese market.
2016IPACS, University of South Australia and the Government of South Australia release IPACS Remote Operation Centre final report.
2015IPACS and HP Enterprises recognised by the University of South Australia (UniSA) for their innovative and collaborative research in Remote Operation Centres.
2015IPACS, University of South Australia and Santos join hands to establish a Centre of Excellence in Predictive Analytics.
2015Hon. Tom Koutsantonis, Treasurer, Minister for Finance Minister for State Development Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy Minister for Small Business, launches IPACS Remote Operations Centre on 4th September 2015.
2015Hon. Tony Zappia, Federal MP, visits IPACS Remote Operation Centre on 4th September 2015.
2014IPACS partnered with Thiess (world's largest contract miner) to monitor the performance of their Caterpillar 793D mining trucks operating at the OZ Minerals Prominent Hill mine.
2015Hon. Kyam Maher, Minister for Manufacturing and Innovation, visits IPACS Remote Operation Centre on 30th April 2015.
2015IPACS received funding from the South Australian Government’s Mining and Petroleum Services Centre of Excellence to establish a $2.07 million Collaborative Remote Operations Centre in partnership with the University of South Australia, Lucas/Arrium and Thiess/OZ Minerals.
2014IPACS partnered with the University of South Australia and OZ Minerals to deliver on time and on budget a one-of-a-kind Collaborative Remote Operations Centre pilot project funded by the South Australian Government’s Mining and Petroleum Services Centre of Excellence.
2014The University of South Australia and IPACS received research funding from the CSIRO Mineral Resources Flagship to research new technologies for remote operations.
2014We were awarded the prestigious South Australian iAward for ICT innovation in the Industry Category for our smelter monitoring technology.
2013Dr. Vinay Sriram (IPACS General Manager) was awarded the Australia China Emerging Future Leaders in Low Emissions Coal Technology Fellowship.
2012We partnered with Alinta Energy to secure competitive research funding from the Commonwealth of Australia under the Clean Technology Innovation Program to develop a CO2 reduction technology.
2009We pioneered multi-dimensional report cards for asset performance to provide comprehensive live reports on asset condition for Alinta Energy.
2007We partnered with Tenix Defence Marine to jointly develop an innovative asset management technology for Naval Frigates for the Royal Australian Navy.
2005IPACS installed a state-of-the-art aviation turbine performance management technology for Tenix – under time and budget and where other companies had failed.
As a technology partner to IPACS, already an established player in the South Australia's resources sector, Dassault Systèmes brings its global expertise and best practices in industrial processes and digitalization solutions to the collaboration. We look forward to working together with IPACS to jointly expand our technological capabilities to serve the natural resources sector, defence and our other key industries in Australia.
Dassault Systèmes, 2019
RESA Australia works on building capability in the resources, oil and gas and renewable energy sectors. RESA Australia and IPACS have built a trusted relationship. RESA considers IPACS a trusted partner in Remote Asset Management. We look forward to continued work with IPACS to deliver technology and skills in next generation remote operations and remote asset management to the global mining and resources industry.
RESA Australia, 2018
We value working with IPACS and look forward to a mutually beneficial relationship solving some of the toughest problems in mining, defence and construction.
Brokk Australia, 2017
SKF believes that IPACS Remote Asset Management Technology will provide a competitive advantage to the resources industry and establish Adelaide as a global force in innovation and mining services technology.
SKF Area Manager - Asia, 2016
This [IPACS] technology can undoubtedly be a platform for future job and export growth of remote operations services to resource companies globally.
Minerals and Energy Resources Minister, Government of South Australia, 2015
We consider IPACS to be a leading innovator in reliable, low cost Remote Asset Management.
Midas Environmental Technologies, 2015
IPACS has a unique vision for remote asset management that involves future technological developments in sensing, data management, analytics and dashboards.
University of South Australia, 2015
OZ Minerals strongly believes that the [IPACS led Remote Operations Centre] project will provide benefits to the whole South Australian minerals sector, by ensuring that it operates profitably by implementing innovative remote operations technologies.
OZ Minerals, 2013
IPACS technology involves high calibre innovation that has substantial potential for reducing CO2 emissions on a global scale.
Alinta Energy, 2013
IPACS Managing Director Dr Vinay Sriram is leading the team developing the [Boiler Optimisation] software, supported by Alinta Energy and University of South Australia. This is a great example of collaboration between industry and research.
Australian Minister for Industry and Innovation, 2012
Reduction of over 20% in operating costs were achieved by the application of IPACS technology.
Stena Group, 2009
IPACS has contributed to the efficient running of the plant and significantly reduced high cost breakdowns, machine downtime and production losses.
Sheridan Australia, 2007
IPACS successfully pioneered an aircraft engine performance management technology. We strongly support IPACS as they introduce this technology to the aviation industry.
In every job undertaken for us to date, IPACS has never failed to accurately diagnose the problem and recommend a solution.
Consolidated Bearing Company (Australia), 2003
IPACS simultaneous 3-D vibration measurements and analysis techniques have helped to determine the condition of propulsion turbines. These are reliable and valuable to determine condition-reducing risk of faults resulting in savings to the ship owners.
ABS (American Bureau of Shipping), Europe 2000
System evaluation clearly showed us that IPACS are simply the best on the market.
Major cuts in maintenance have been achieved using IPACS technology.