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The team at AMOG would like to congratulate Cherie Holland on her election to the the grade of Fellow by the institute of Engineers Australia, in recognition of the important contribution that she has made to the engineering profession and to Engineers Australia. Cherie has also achieved chartered status in 3 Areas of Practice: Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Risk Engineering.

This year OTC celebrates 50 years of bringing together energy professionals from around the world to exchange ideas and opinions, and to advance scientific and technical knowledge for offshore resources and environmental matters. AMOG's Prof Andrew Potts will be presenting 3 technical papers at OTC...

AMOG used AMC’s Towing Tank and Model Test Basin to test 1:30 and 1:40 scale models of its concept, with the results informing the next phase of testing and commercialisation of the Wave Energy Converter technology.

Earlier this week, AMOG's Cherie Holland was a keynote speaker at the National Major Hazard Facililties Forum in Sydney, hosted by SafeWork NSW. Workshops, panels and keynote speakers talked abour near misses, reducing hindsight bias, measuring safety, and assessing MHF regulations. 

This week, rail experts congregated in Sydney for RTSA's biennial Conference on Railway Excellence (CORE). With the conference theme of Rail: Smart, Automated, Sustainable, AMOG's Matthew Sorrensen delivered a presentation on the "Challenges to Achieving Safety Compliance of Railway Tunnel Automated Systems." 

Marine-i is supporting AMOG with the next phase of testing of the AMOG's wave energy device.

Wave energy is an area in which the company has developed significant expertise and the team have worked together to invent the concept for a revolutionary new kind of wave energy device.