Online communities of practice are a new initiative designed to directly address the mission of Engineers Australia.
Communities of practice are focused on a particular topic that crosses industry and discipline boundaries and facilitate sharing of knowledge, both online and offline, with the aim of generating practical outputs of use to its members.
Internet of Things
The aim of this community is to share best practices around IOT engineering, to support innovation by engineers in their field using IOT and address the practical engineering barriers hampering the full uptake of IOT technologies.
Risk Engineering Body of Knowledge (REBOK)
The Risk Engineering Body of Knowledge (REBOK) will help explain the essence and boundaries of risk engineering by capturing and updating the concepts, skills and practices that are generally accepted and known within the field.
The Humanitarian Engineering Community of Practice helps explain the essence and boundaries of Humanitarian Engineering by capturing and updating the concepts, skills and practices that are generally accepted and known within the field.
The Cyber Engineering Community of Practice is a forum for dedicated engineers to share their experience and knowledge with likeminded professionals in this fast-changing field of engineering.
Temporary Works Forum Australia
A community of practice dedicated to promoting best practice in the construction industry.
The World of Drones and Robotics Congress 2021 is being held in Queensland with a line up of key experts, including Engineers Australia’s Chief Engineer Jane MacMaster. Engineers Australia has two in-person tickets and up to five virtual congress tickets to give away to graduate members.