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ARIAM officially launched in Sydney to advance and accelerate robotics development in Australia

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The Australian Robotic Inspection and Asset Management Hub (ARIAM), an ARC Research hub hosted by the University of Sydney and in partnership with Queensland University of Technology and The Australian National University was officially opened yesterday, 2 November, 2023.

The official ribbon cutting was with Professor Emma Johnston, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), The University of Sydney, Dr. Richard Johnson, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Australian Research Council and Professor Ian Manchester, Director of the ARIAM Hub.

ARIAM aims to transform the way assets and infrastructure are managed through the development of intelligent robotic systems with new capabilities for inspection, monitoring, maintenance, and optimisation.

Laura-Jane Hawkins for Australia in Space TV speaks with Professor Ian Manchester along with Dr Sue Keay, Chair of Robotics Australia Group and Professor Stefan Williams, Deputy Director Technology & Impact, ARIAM Hub.

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