Relationships


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VoTech has developed a range of relationships in support of its system engineering role. Some are listed below; these reflect capabilities for both technical input as well as training.

The SMA Group of Companies was established in 1981 and since that date has successfully provided project support to capital intensive industries in Australia and around the world to a range of clients that includes government agencies, military authorities, defence industry contractors and civil industry companies. SMA has personnel with extensive experience in the analysis, development, delivery and ongoing support of training, documentation and logistic support products for complex commercial and military systems and equipment.

VoTech has worked successfully with SMA on previous projects, with emphasis on logistic support. SMA has also been a subcontractor to VoTech for the delivery of training for a major Victorian Government Department.

IGOR has a solid record delivering projects to ensure the human contribution to production is optimised and the potential for design-induced risks to health, personal or process safety or environmental performance are minimized.

IGOR has a solid background in delivering training and workshops to enable greater understanding of Human Factors considerations to an engineering audience. IGOR has a multitude of tangible case studies and examples to draw on to highlight the purpose of Human Factors engineering and the application to the design and construction of sound socio-technical systems.

The most comprehensive EMI/EMC/SAR/EMF/Safety and Wireless testing facilities and expertise in Australia and New Zealand. EMC offer a highly skilled technical consultancy for product/system development, backed by the benefit of 22 years of experience as the leader in their field.

EMC Technologies also has an unmatched record in delivering training and workshops to enable greater understanding of EMI/EMC. EMC has multitude of case studies and examples to draw on to highlight the complexities of EMI/EMC especially in Aerospace systems.