Press Announcement: Australia's Biggest Robotic Testing Facility

On the 5th of October, the state Government announced the development of Australia’s first robotics test facility based here, in our home of WA. It’s located 40 kilometres north of Perth and Chironix was invited to the initial press conference.

The official title for the facility will be the Australian Automation and Robotics Precinct. We were honoured to be joined by WA minister for lands Toni Buti, Development WA CEO Frank Marra and Parliamentary Secretary Sabine Elisabeth Winton.

Press Conference photo featuring WA minister for lands Toni Buti, Development WA CEO Frank Marra and Parliamentary Secretary Sabine Elisabeth Winton and director of Chironix Daniel Milford
Photo featuring left to right: Toni Buti, Daniel Milford, Sabine Elisabeth Winton and Frank Marra

We attended with a demonstration of three of our robots to the press that arrived on the day and spent the rest of the day out testing in the open environment.

While the press was there, we had the lovely opportunity to chat with Channel 9, 7 West Media and ABC radio on the topic of robot development and how the industry will be benefitting from the new facility.

Spot standing with our Chironix Director, Minister for Lands and CEO of Development WA
Above: Spot standing with our Chironix Director, Minister for Lands and CEO of Development WA

Below are a few of the stories written by The West Australian and the announcement segment on Channel 7 featuring our managing director, Daniel Milford.

Segment courtesy of 7 News
Cover photo - left to right: Mule, Spot and Husky robots - Photo credits: Ash Vadolia.

 


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