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Industrial Transformation

22-24 July, 2025 at The Dome, Sydney Olympic Park

Industrial Transformation Australia 2025

Industrial Transformation Australia 2025

A Hannover Messe trade show for manufacturers, technology providers, and thought leaders to exchange ideas and best practices, build new networks and catalyse opportunities for innovation.

Industrial Transformation Australia 2025: Accelerating Industry 4.0

Set for 22-24 July, 2025 At the Dome, Sydney Olympic Park, Industrial Transformation Australia is the premier platform for sparking innovation and strategic collaboration among manufacturers, technology providers, and thought leaders. This event goes beyond traditional trade shows by catalyzing the exchange of ideas and fostering network growth, all centered around the latest in automation, data exchange, and IoT technologies.

 

Who Should Attend:

  • Manufacturers seeking integration of cutting-edge technologies.
  • Technology Providers showcasing advanced solutions.
  • Business Leaders driving innovation and operational efficiency.

Join us to shape the future of Industry 4.0 across key sectors in Oceania and beyond. Dive into a world where learning meets development for the digital age.

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What Is Industrial Transformation?

Industrial Transformation Australia is the trade show for Industry 4.0, representing the people and companies contributing to the coordinated and proactive approach to leveraging digital technologies, and creating step-change improvement in industrial operations.But how did we get to Industry 4.0?

Before 4.0, there was Industry 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0, each shaping Industrial Transformation in its time and representing an enormous leap in the availability of industry-defining technologies throughout the supply chain and logistics sectors.

What is the Event?

Industrial Transformation Australia is not just a trade show, it’s an arena of innovation and cutting-edge technologies that are shaping the future of Industry 4.0. This event assembles a diverse mix of insightful speakers and leading technology suppliers, all key players in driving the digital revolution in industrial sectors.

Industry 4.0

Industry 4.0

Now is the time of Industry 4.0, the era of production facilities, storage systems and smart machines that can trigger actions, control other devices and exchange information autonomously without any human intervention.

Industry 4.0 is ongoing, and continually changing the way people work, pulling individuals into smarter networks, increasing efficiency, and digitalising the supply chain and logistics industries.

Industry 3.0

Industry 3.0

Commonly referred to as the ‘Digital Revolution’ or the ‘First Computer Era’, and beginning in the 1970s, Industry 3.0 laid the groundwork for modern day machines.

Information Technology and electronics were introduced in many production processes, as the invention of the Programmable Logic Controller and the use of integrated circuitry and transistors lead to greater accuracy, increased speeds, and more competent production results.

These inventions also led to incredibly important derived technologies, including the internet, modern computers, digital cell phones and microprocessors.

Industry 2.0

Industry 2.0

Industry 2.0, commonly known as the ‘Technological Revolution’, represents the introduction of electrical machinery, assembly lines, and, by extension, the standardisation of mass production.

Beginning in Europe in the 1870s, this led to improvements in the allocation of resources, output quality and an overall better division of labour.

This era includes the establishment of the first ever assembly line by Ransom E. Olds, the model for Henry Ford’s conveyor belt system.

Industry 1.0

Industry 1.0

Industry 1.0, otherwise known as the Industrial Revolution, is perhaps the most celebrated time in Industrial Transformation throughout popular culture, spanning the 1760s to around 1840.

This led to more efficient and cost effective production, with especially significant benefits to be found in the textile and transportation industries.

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