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Engineering NZ Electrical Engineering Group (EEG) and Mechanical Engineering Group (MEG) would like you to join us on an extraordinary journey of innovation and collaboration at the EMCONZ 2024 conference. The conference is poised to tackle a range of critical topics that are shaping the future of our fields.


We are keen to have a strong representation from our members as there is much to be gained from sharing matters of professional practice.


Some of the core topics we are looking to showcase:


  • The impact of artificial intelligence (AI) is a subject of intense interest. AI holds the potential to revolutionise engineering by automating tasks, enabling predictive maintenance, and optimising complex systems. We are keen to have discussion on the integration of AI, exploring how it can enhance design, manufacturing, and operational processes to make them more efficient, accurate, and adaptive.


  • De-carbonisation and sustainability are pressing concerns for both mechanical and electrical engineers. We want our industry experts to showcase ways to reduce carbon footprints and promote sustainability in engineering projects. This includes discussions on energy-efficient designs, renewable energy integration, and eco-friendly materials. We want you to share innovative solutions to support the global transition to greener, more sustainable practices as well as the objective to overcome the energy storage challenge.


  • The boundless potential of the Internet of Things (IoT), an area where automation, predictive maintenance, and efficiency come to life through the seamless connection of devices. This transformative technology empowers us to elevate our monitoring, prediction, and control capabilities to unprecedented heights.


  • Strategies for addressing the skills crisis by leveraging technology and data to enhance project delivery efficiency, even with remote resources.

Share with us your research, discoveries, knowledge and experience.

⏱ Closing date for abstracts will be Friday, 31st May 2024, and we encourage you to get in early.

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