3 Jun 2016Revisit one of the past winners of the AEEA’s Engineering Innovation Award and how their radar technology clearly demonstrated Australia’s capability as a world leader in the development of advanced remote sensing instrumentation.
17 Jun 2016Nominations for National and Queensland Division office bearer roles are now open.
10 Jun 2016The Spanish National Research Council has introduced the world’s first child-exoskeleton for spinal muscular atrophy. It can help children to walk and aims to prevent the setting in of sclerosis which results from a loss of agility.
2 Jun 2016A year 11 student from a Sydney high school has developed computer software to help people with upper body paralysis use their computers with their eyes.
5 May 2016Canadian engineers have developed a control system for a bionic arm that allows users better control over the hand.
The National Committee on Rehabilitation Engineering (NCRE) aims to:
- Promote the work and role of professional engineering involvement in the provision of assistive technology services to Australians with disabilities
- Define and develop a rehabilitation engineering profile amongst clients, health professionals and funding sources
- Improve Government understanding of, and support for, rehabilitation engineering
- Establish and increase the level of rehabilitation engineering research and development projects, manufacturing industry and training in Australia
21 Sep 2016Communication is one of the most universal tools that provides you with the ability to relay and understand what is going on in your world. To recognise and understand various personality types, you need the skills to effectively communicate with others. This seminar will also provide examples on...