Industrial Control Technology Pty Ltd (ICT)

World class solutions


ICT is a Geelong-based specialist automation engineering enterprise focused on the use of technology to monitor and control the operation of industrial plant and processes.

We are committed to the creation of “world class” solutions and thus to helping to drive a sustainable future for Australian industry.

We think: strategically and laterally, to design practical, innovative solutions that meet compliance, production and budget requirements.

We create: high-quality, reviewed, engineering documentation that translates the thinking into functional on-site integrated systems.

We integrate: technology with existing systems, processes, and ideas by working with people to achieve maximum return on clients’ investment in technology.

From end-to-end, we design and deliver complete automation solutions that absolutely meet project objectives.
 
 
THINKING STRATEGICALLY AND LATERALLY
At ICT we really value “thinking” – not just our own but that which goes on around us. Read more
The Difference is Our People
 
 
 
 
RELATIONSHIPS CREATED ON TRUST AND LONGEVITY
At ICT, nothing is as important as our client relationships. We strive for open, flexible and robust relationships created on trust and longevity. Read more
Relationships That Last
 
 
 
 
INTEGRATING CLIENT-CENTRED SOLUTIONS
ICT is focussed on bringing automation technology to life. Read more
Delivering Client-Centred Solutions
 
 
 
 
THE ACCUMULATED WISDOM OF OUR TEAM
Every member of our technical team is a tertiary qualified engineer with a keen interest in technology. Read more
Sourcing Quality, Cost-Effective Products & Components
 
 
 
 
CREATING QUALITY OUTCOMES THROUGH QUALITY PROCESSES
ICT has forged a reputation for delivering high-quality outcomes. Read more
Let ICT be your interface to Siemens
 
 
 
 
INTEGRATING QUALITY, COST-EFFECTIVE PRODUCTS AND COMPONENTS
ICT recognises the benefits of sourcing and recommending quality third-party products and components. Read more
Sourcing Quality, Cost-Effective Products & Components
 
 

Wednesday, October 02, 2013
Upcoming Presentation by ICT: Control Systems – Early Identification of Stakeholder Requirements Offers Tangible BenefitsUpcoming Presentation by ICT: Control Systems – Early Identification of Stakeholder Requirements Offers Tangible Benefits
Mark is the Managing Director of ICT and will be presenting at the 3rd Annual ABSANZ Conference. He will identify the value of developing the control system’s high level "philosophy" at a project's outset.  Read More
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Lock-Out Tag-Out and the Hierarchy of Control - Are we getting it right?Lock-Out Tag-Out and the Hierarchy of Control - Are we getting it right?
Supporting slides for presentation given by Mark Crittenden to the Western Safety Group September 2013.  Read More
Friday, May 18, 2012
2012 PACE Zenith Awards
ICT is a 2012 PACE Zenith Awards finalist in the Transport, Power and Infrastructure category for the CSIRO Australian Animal Health Laboratory Controls and Monitoring Upgrade Project.   Read More
Friday, October 07, 2011
ICT is recognised for smart contribution to the State of Victoria.ICT is recognised for smart contribution to the State of Victoria.
Industrial Control Technology Pty Ltd (ICT) received the highest Award of Excellence in the 2011 Victorian Engineering Excellence Awards (VEEA) in the Smart Systems category. The award recognised ICT’s outstanding contribution to the CSIRO’s Australian Animal Health Laboratory upgrade at Geelong, a facility which plays a critical role in protecting animal health, human health, and the environment.  Read More
Thursday, April 14, 2011
Sharing Machine Safety Knowledge
ICT has been active over many years in sharing its knowledge and experience in the developing field of machine safety. International organisation MarcusEvans conferences organised a national machinery safety and asset integrity forum at the Hilton Hotel Melbourne on 14-15th April 2011. The aim of the conference was to “discuss the most recent developments, key challenges and future trends of machine and equipment safety for fixed plants, furthermore to get organisations to understand the efforts it takes from the organisations as a whole to succeed in safety initiatives to avoid costly operational interruptions and workplace incidents and accidents.”   Read More