Assisting transition: Assistive technologies opportunities and industrial transformation in South Australia

John Spoehr, Lance Worrall, Paul Sandercock, Jonquil Eyre, Simon Molloy

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    Abstract

    This discussion paper has been developed by the Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre (WISeR) at the University of Adelaide in partnership with the Stretton Centre, the Department of Manufacturing, Innovation, Trade, Resources and Energy (DMITRE), and includes Fraunhofer Gesellschaft as a strategic adviser. It is part of larger response, including the SA Government’s Our Jobs Plan,to the urgent need for rapid diversification of our existing manufacturing sector, particularly in light of the impending closure of GMH and the nation’s entire automotive industry. A key focus must be on retaining key engineering and manufacturing capabilities developed through automotive manufacturing, with accelerated transition of firms into new and growing manufacturing product and market opportunities.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherWISeR, The University of Adelaide
    Number of pages30
    Place of PublicationAdelaide, Australia
    ISBN (Print)978-0-9923617-6-1
    Publication statusPublished - Apr 2014

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    Spoehr, J., Worrall, L., Sandercock, P., Eyre, J., & Molloy, S. (2014, Apr). Assisting transition: Assistive technologies opportunities and industrial transformation in South Australia. WISeR, The University of Adelaide.