The ICT Team
Control Systems Engineer
Graeme Dart graduated from Monash University in 2007 with a Bachelor of Engineering / Bachelor of Science double degree.
Before joining ICT in March 2009, Graeme worked at Epworth HealthCare as a Biomedical Engineer. He brings with him a unique engineering skill-set developed in the exacting biomedical sector, where meticulous attention to detail is critical. These skills were invaluable when he transitioned into his current role at ICT as Control Systems Engineer.
It’s exciting and rewarding to work with clients where technology is being used to allow us to do more, do it quicker and do it better. I continually strive to ensure that technology is applied in a way that brings the greatest benefit to our clients as it’s through appropriate use of technology that we can assist everyone to thrive; individuals, communities and businesses.
Graeme has gained a wide range of experience with a specialised focus on Bio-containment Laboratories. His work with the various control and automation systems that support the function of the high level Bio-containment Laboratories at the CSIRO Australian Animal Health Laboratory (AAHL) underpin his specialised knowledge. AAHL is a world class facility that after more than 30 years of operation, still today is considered to be the benchmark of high containment laboratory design. Graeme was a member of the team that upgraded the engineering automation and control systems for which ICT won the Smart Systems category of the Victorian Engineering Excellence awards.
Graeme has a wide range of experience with Siemens PLC’s, including safety PLCs, supported by his successful completion of the Siemens Solution Partner Certification. He also has an in depth knowledge of iFix SCADA as well as experience with Ignition SCADA and SQL databases.
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