Meetings 2020

Thursday, July 16, 2020

We presented: “Wish I’d Thought Of That…”

This is the video of the first two and only episodes of this C31 TV program (Now Channel 44), which were recorded in July 2004.
It was hosted by one of our members at the time: Lou Andreazza, who held positions on the IAA SA committee.
In 2004 Lou held both the President and Secretary positions. He was also the president in 2007/8. At other times he was mainly the Secretary.
Lou now lives in NSW, and because of Covid-19 restrictions, couldn’t be with us on the night.

No Meetings were held in March, April, May and June 2020 because of the Covid-19 Virus.

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Speaker: Graham Hartland

Company: Frontier Microscopy

Using Artificial Intelligence to Detect Asbestos

Frontier Microscopy is an award winning company with a professional, multi-disciplinary team and backed by an experienced group of investors and mentors.
Established in early 2016, Frontier Microscopy is a commercial enterprise pioneering innovative solutions which utilise advanced robotics, artificial intelligence, and computer vision, with a focus on the development and commercialisation of automated microscope analysis systems.
Frontier Microscopy are on a mission to disrupt the multi-billion dollar microscopy industry by providing a breakthrough platform and marketplace to enable the automation of any microscope analysis. MARVIN™, the Parented AI system designed to protect people during the process of asbestos remediation, and streamline the process, was successfully trialed on the Australian market.

Graham Hartland is the Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) for Frontier Microscopy and has more than 35 years’ experience in both Australian and International Business.

Video about Frontier Microscopy & Marvin

Thursday, January 16, 2020 

Speaker: Eric Rodda (Inventor, innovator and president of IAA(SA))

How SMART is your watch?

Eric has always been fascinated by watches, and has quite a collection.
He will be speaking about an incredible “Smart” watch which gets its power from an unusual source.

The watch is the Matrix Powerwatch2 – which is powered by body heat and solar energy.