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This year, Engineers Australia is proud to turn 100!
We celebrated our birthday on 1 August, 2019.
This year is not only about our organisation – it is a celebration of engineers who have been at the forefront of technological innovation for the past 100 years, and a chance to look forward into the next century.
Railway project is multi-disciplinary by nature and usually it is divided into civil construction and procurement of Railway System equipment. Railway System is usually further breakdown into Subsystems; including Signalling, Communication, Rolling Stock, Permanent Way, Power Supply, SCADA, Platform Doors or Gates, Fare collection, Security Control and Maintenance Management System. As the trend is to build fully automatic railway with minimal human intervention, modern Railway Subsystems are connected and interact with each other. Therefore, System Integration become essential to ensure that all Subsystems are working harmoniously with each other.
The city of Wagga Wagga is located on the Murrumbidgee River with the catchment of 26,400 km2. Wagga Wagga has population of approximately 63,000 and on numerous occasions has been threatened by major floods since official records began in 1886
Queensland’s Centenary Gala proved to be more than just a celebration of 100 years of Engineers Australia, with two of the State’s most outstanding professionals recognised in the form of the 2019 Queensland Professional Engineer and Young Professional of the Year awards.