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NOTICE: AEEMA IS NOW THE AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRY GROUP
 

Archive of The Australian Electrical and

Electronic Manufacturers' Association

AEEMA in Jan 1 2008: 

The Australian Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association (AEEMA) and the Australian Industry Group have joined together from 1 January, 2008. 

The consolidation creates a substantial national grouping of both large and small technology-driven companies in the information and communications technology (ICT), electronics and electrical manufacturing industries.  

The consolidated organisation will have the influence and resources available to meet the challenges of today’s rapidly changing global marketplace.

The move will deliver enhanced and more effective services to former AEEMA member companies, particularly in the areas of human resources and industrial relations.

Market sector coverage:

  • communications
  • connected homes 
  • data capture
  • defence
  • digital broadcasting
  • electrical capital equipment
  • electronics including components and microelectronics
  • hazardous area equipment
  • home appliances and accessories
  • IT security
  • lighting
  • photonics
  • smart cards
  • transport telematics 

AEEMA in Sept 1 2007:

The Australian Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association (AEEMA) is the leading industry body representing Australia's information and communication technology (ICT)electronics and electrical manufacturing industries.  AEEMA members supply infrastructure, products and manufacturing-related services to Australian and world markets.


AEEMA's mission is to enable the ICTelectronics and electrical manufacturing industries to prosper by facilitating cohesive membership representation and a favourable operating environment.

Key industry issues:

  • Environmental regulation/legislation related to 'cleaner, greener, smarter manufacturing' (including WEEE and RoHS)
  • Product Stewardship, extended producer responsibilities
  • Energy consumption and energy efficiency
  • Digital broadcasting
  • Industry development/Australian manufacturing sector growth
  • Consumer safety and compliance
  • R&D, commercialisation and product realisation centres
  • Technology convergence
  • Industry cluster development
  • Minimum energy performance standards (MEPS)
  • Standards (Australian and International)
  • Intellectual property developments/counterfeiting
  • Trade development/free trade issues/inwards investment/exports
  • Identity management and its implications for national security and individual privacy
  • Changes to government procurement and their impact on industry
  • Internet crimes/spyware/'policing' of the internet anti-spam legislation
  • Critical infrastructure protection and attendant industry input
  • Federal and State government policy issues effecting our industry sectors
  • ICT infrastructure provision

Market sector coverage:

  • communications
  • connected homes 
  • data capture
  • defence
  • digital broadcasting
  • electrical capital equipment
  • electronics including components and microelectronics
  • hazardous area equipment
  • home appliances and accessories
  • IT security
  • lighting
  • photonics
  • smart cards
  • transport telematics 

AEEMA in Oct 1 2005:

The Australian Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association (AEEMA) is the leading industry body representing Australia's information and communication technology (ICT), electronics and electrical manufacturing industries.  AEEMA members supply infrastructure, products and manufacturing-related services to Australian and world markets.


AEEMA's mission is to enable the ICT, electronics and electrical manufacturing industries to prosper by facilitating cohesive membership representation and a favourable operating environment.

Through its many industry working groups and forums, AEEMA represents member  interests by shaping government policy and assisting with the appropriate development of industry codes and regulation; AEEMA nominates some 290 representatives to 75 Standards Australia Committees.  In addition, AEEMA helps new technologies to secure access in world markets by creating commercial and technical opportunities through a wide array of international alliances.

Our market sector coverage includes communications, connected homes, data capture, defence, electrical capital equipment, electronics, hazardous area equipment, home appliances and accessories, IT security, lighting, photonics, smart cards and all aspects of environmental regulation and codes.  AEEMA maintains strong links with government agencies through their representation on several Forum Boards.

Industry development is a major benefit for members.  Members identify new national and international business development opportunities, e.g. connected homes, telematics and trusted networks, that have a positive impact on industry growth and wealth creation.

AEEMA's extensive networking facilities enable members and key stakeholders to access first hand industry and market information through a comprehensive series of events, conferences and seminars.  Regular industry and market news is available to members and other interested organisations through our on-line E-Bulletin.


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