Welcome to the Engineers Australia South Australia Division website. Engineers Australia has over 100,000 members Australia wide, with over 6000 members in South Australia. On this site you will find a complete range of our current events and activities and information on the services we offer.
Mechanical engineers from the University of Adelaide have helped develop what is believed to be the world's fastest road cycling helmet. And it will be used by the Australian cycling team in the upcoming Tour de France.
At the end of June four Year 10 students from St Peters Girls High School in Adelaide will travel to NASA’s neutral buoyancy facility in Houston, Texas, to participate in the Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) Competition.
Revisit 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.
As our organisations and businesses become increasingly complex, the emergence of silos within the teams is an all too common issue. They can be easily addressed but require committed effort and can cause substantial damage if handled badly.
Engineered timber structural elements are starting to gain traction in multi-storey buildings as designers become more familiar with their structural performance, their contribution to reduced preliminaries and onsite costs as well as delivery of increased speed of build.
This webinar will set out the case for every engineer to develop their knowledge and skills in this exciting field. Internet of Things (IOT) has been described as the defining technical trend of the coming decade, impacting every industry and business process. This webinar will provide an...