2 Dec 2016Swinburne University of Technology hosted Australia’s first TOM Makeathon, developing assistive technology prototypes to address the real-world challenges people with disabilities face every day.
2 Dec 2016Engineers Australia, Canberra Division Manager, Keely Quinn, sums up the local achievements and events of 2016 and welcomes 2017.
2 Dec 2016Tomorrow’s engineers from across the Territory explored the fields of engineering, technology and science at a recent CDU science school.
2 Dec 2016Meet a Timor-Leste based Defence engineer and discover what projects he’s worked on and how he’s navigated working in international teams.
2 Dec 2016Engineers Australia, Queensland 2016 President Dr Peter Ho AM reflects on his term and congratulates Queensland AEEA winners.
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