The ICT Team
Engineering Manager - TÜV FS Eng ID-No. 2370/10 (SIS)
During his 25+ years with ICT, Steven has consistently delivered excellent outcomes across a diverse range of technologies and industry sectors. He holds a Degree in Electronic Engineering and continues to acquire and apply considerable professional knowledge to each new challenge.
Steve is a certified TÜV Rheinland Functional Safety Engineer (Certification No: 2370/10).
During my 25+ years at ICT I have been fortunate enough to have the continued variety that usually only comes with changing jobs but with the benefits and continuity of working for the same company. From this experience I have developed a vast, cross disciplinary body of knowledge which I find helps me bring insight to solve project challenges. It pleases me when I am able to draw on this variety of experience and assist our customers with their business.
From instrumentation and process control, to PLC and SCADA for discrete manufacturing processes, Steven has chalked up a remarkable engineering background. His specialty areas include machine and process safety systems (in accordance with AS4024.1), PLCs (standard and safety), Intellution iFix SCADA and iBatch, and implementation of batch control systems to the S88 standard. Steven project managed ICT’s development of a Control System for the RAN Fire Fighting Training facilities, which won the prestigious Institute of Engineers Engineering Excellence Award.
His experience (and willingness to share it) often makes him the “go to man” for the rest of the team. Our clients rely on his (always) methodical technical approach and his special knack for understanding and articulating broader issues with the potential to impact their projects.
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