Tradiebot founder Mario Dimovski one of the key speakers at this year years Industrial Internet 4.0 summit who will be covering developments in 3d printing and robotic systems in the automotive repair space. Understanding Ai and creating new digital skills.
Our founder Mario Dimovski will be joining an elite list of speakers at this years Industrial Internet 4.0 Summit in Sydney from 26th to 28th Feb. He will be presenting on developments in 3dprinting and robotics for repairs and maintenance. His session is on day one at 16.30. A great event to attend featuring some of the brightest minds across most industries and academia. automotive innovation digitaltransformation
As we expand our team of industry 4.0 professionals and experts, Tradiebot welcomes Dr. Mathew David to our executive board.
Dr. Matthew David holds a doctorate in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Stuttgart, Germany. He has 12+years of R&D experience in composites for aerospace and automotive applications. He began his career at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) as a research engineer focused on activities in the field of crashworthiness and composite bonding technologies. During his time at DLR, he collaborated on various multi-disciplinary research programs with international research institutions and government agencies. Following this, he joined Multimatic, a tier 1 Canadian automotive parts supplier where he was a key contributor to the development of high performance composite parts using advanced modelling and simulation tools. Currently Dr. David is Centre Manager of AMAC at UNSW where he contributes his technical expertise to a variety of advanced manufacturing projects. These include automated composite manufacturing and enabling technologies for Industry 4.0, a key initiative helping Australian companies to engage in applications through the introduction of smart monitoring of manufacturing processes and structural health monitoring.
Dr David is the latest of the Tradiebot recruits to join the management and development team. We look forward to Dr David’s contribution as we deliver a new generation of technologies for the collision repair industry.