A group of more than twenty representatives from Destroyer Enterprise, including Thales Australia Engineers and Royal Australian Navy personnel from NUSHIP Sydney, were impressed by SAGE Group's Industry 4.0 training and manufacturing capabilities during a tour of the company's headquarters at Tonsley.
The Premier Integrator status with Inductive Automation highlights the depth of experience within the SAGE team.
The Komax Zeta 640 cabling machine is the latest piece of SAGE’s Industry 4.0 transformational journey, enabling SAGE to ramp up its manufacturing capability more than ever before.
SAGE clients can expect to pay less for their control system fault resolution, and bounce back from downtime faster, when they opt to use SAGE Automation’s newly launched National Operations Centre (NOC) for remote support.
SAGE Automation has partnered with University of Adelaide engineering students to implement a series of industry 4.0 improvements set to revolutionise its manufacturing process.
Existing SAGE Automation clients and broader industry alike are set to benefit from the company’s newly optimised manufacturing facility at the Tonsley Innovation Precinct.
Australian manufacturers are set to benefit from the Federal Government’s $100 million dollar Advanced Manufacturing Fund that will provide opportunities for growth and modernisation across the sector.