rmit technology takes pole at grand prix
RMIT will join exhibitors from education, automotive, aviation and defense industries
A new center for innovation and technology.
The huge indoor exhibition space makes Melbourne the world\'s leading technology city and gives fans a deep understanding of the f1 sport and its surrounding technologies.
RMIT has been a strategic partner of the Australian Grand Prix for the fourth consecutive year.
RMIT\'s ability in flight training, 3D printing, advanced manufacturing and racing will be demonstrated through innovative projects presented by students and researchers.
Reconfigurable flight training device (RTD)
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The flight training equipment technology that RMIT is currently using.
The state of RMIT will be a highlightof-the-
The art flight simulation system gives visitors the opportunity to experience the feeling of training as a pilot on the ground in the most realistic simulation environment.
The reconfigurable flight training device is the first such equipment in Australia (RTD)
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The university\'s Point Cook website is currently using flight training equipment technology.
Mike Heffey, senior manager of flight training, said the simulator is unique in terms of configuration flexibility, as it can represent a combination of multiple aircraft types and avionics.
\"RTD has a comprehensive set of customized products
Engineering flight deck, avionics, automatic
Pilot, electrical system and GPS software.
It can accurately simulate multiple aircraft and reconfigure from one aircraft to another in a few seconds, leading the world.
\"RMIT already has four devices and the other one will be installed at the new Bendigo campus, where the flight training school will be expanded from July 2019.
3D printing has proven to be a game changer in manufacturing in the aerospace, aerospace, automotive and healthcare industries, researchers and students from the RMIT advanced manufacturing area, australia\'s largest additive manufacturing facility will showcase their research in developing aviation-type components and surgical implants.
According to Professor Milan Brandt, technical director of the facility, visitors to the innovation and technology center will feel how the university combines its expertise in technology and design innovation with additive manufacturing.
\"RMIT is committed to teaching and research on additive manufacturing, not only producing the next generation of engineers, but also helping industries adopt new advanced manufacturing technologies to make them more competitive globally,\" said Brent . \".
Another key location for the exhibition is the RMIT electric racing team and their two equations SAE (FSAE)
FSAE is a university competition organized by the International Association of Automotive Engineers, where teams design, manufacture and compete in open wheel racing cars.
This is the largest engineering competition in the world, with more than 500 teams and events on each continent.
Professor adrianmourtiz, executive dean of the School of Engineering, said that as part of such a high-profile international event, the student fleet had the opportunity to present their design and engineering talents to the world.
\"Our students take this opportunity to build valuable industry connections to help their careers flourish,\" he said . \".
Team leader John McDonald said the Grand Prix was an amazing highlight on their schedule and a real treat for the team.
\"This is an opportunity to show the international audience the culmination of countless hours of hard work and expertise,\" he said . \".
\"This opportunity allows us to show how we can translate theory into reality and have the potential to see where we are going in the future.
The team is honored to attend such a prestigious event.
The racing team focuses on combining theory teaching with reality
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\"The Grand Prix is also a unique opportunity to showcase some of the research and innovation that the College of Engineering has in automotive technology,\" Mourtiz said . \".
This also includes light.
Weight car design, manufacturing and materials in progress by RMIT
Led ARC training center for light vehicle structure (ATLAS)
It aims to accelerate the transformation of the Australian Automobile industry through new research.
The center brings together RMIT, a leading industry partner, Ford Motor, and other industries in the automotive supply chain to deal with light-weight design.