The Illawarra Industry Showcase is i3net’s premier event and forms an integral part of our purpose ‘Inspiring Illawarra Industry Growth & Sustainability’. This year the Showcase will be held across Thursday 24 and Friday 25 August. Delegates will be attending from...
The next i3net Industry Breakfast will be a joint venture between METS NSW, METS Ignited and i3net. Members, Corporate Partners, Stakeholders and Illawarra Industry, are invited to connect at a regional Mining Equipment, Technology & Services (METS) Forum in Wollongong. ...
The i3net hosts the new Centre for Defence Industry Capability (CDIC) in Wollongong on Friday 17 February 2017. The Federal Government recently announced the establishment of the Centre for Defence Industry Capability (CDIC) which will provide advice for Australian Industry,...
A working motor with all moving parts made using a 3D printer is showing the world how advanced manufacturing is being fast tracked in the Illawarra with the adoption and development of new technology. The 3D printed motor on display at...
The Industry Showcase is i3net's premier event and forms an integral part of our purpose ‘Inspiring Illawarra Industry Growth & Sustainability’. Delegates will be attending this year's Showcase from ANSTO, Sydney Trains, Remondis, Bylong Coal, Worley Parsons, Heron Resources, Snowy...
Last Friday’s Defence Industry Forum saw the launch of the ‘Wollongong Defence Advantage Strategy’, a joint venture between i3net and Advantage Wollongong. The 'Wollongong Defence Advantage Strategy' has two specific components that will relate to i3net members. The first of...
The twelve submarines being built in Adelaide for the SEA 1000 Future Submarine Programme are likely to provide opportunities for Illawarra industry. Frank Owen, Supply Chain Manager for DCNS Australia, visited Wollongong on Friday to address i3net members at...
Bill Vatovec, Chief Operating Officer, KEPCO Bylong Coal provided an update to i3net members, partners and stakeholders on Friday 11 March into the new Kepco Bylong Coal Mine being built on a 10,317 ha. site within the Bylong Valley...