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Intellect Deliver Customised Schneider PLC & HMI Training

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Intellect Systems were recently engaged by a valued client to deliver a customised Schneider PLC & Citect SCADA training package for their on site technicians and engineers. Existing training packages in the marketplace did not fit the specific requirements of the client who were looking for a tailored package using their site specific environment as well as PLC & SCADA software and hardware.

Intellect Systems developed a custom web based E-Learning package with built in simulation and training exercises. The module guides trainees through common PLC and SCADA system tasks that would be experienced in a site technical support environment specific to the client operations. In conjunction with this package, a classroom training session was held that incorporated a running plant simulation to provide real time training on the Schneider PLC and Citect SCADA software in a safe and controlled environment.

MCCs for CBH Group Cascade Operation

Intellect Systems awarded supply and manufacture of MCCs for CBH Group

In Company News, Media Releases

Intellect Systems were recently awarded the supply and the manufacture of two new outdoor MCCs for the CBH Group Cascade operation in Western Australia. The MCCs are part of a Conveyor Loading System responsible for the unloading of grain trucks and stacking of the product in designated storage bulkheads. This award was a particularly significant event for Intellect Systems as it marked the first project undertaken with CBH Group and the local grain industry. Read More

First Stacker reclaimer Module arriving in Hay Point Coal Terminal 3

Intellect awarded Sandvik Machines Commissioning Contract for BMA Coal Project

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BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance Coal Operations are in the process of adding two complete rail mounted Stacker-Reclaimer stockyard machines to their Hay Point Coal Terminal in Queensland to replace existing ageing machines. Once erected and commissioned, both machines are designed to operate with a nominal stacking capacity of 6,000 tph and a nominal reclaiming capacity of 7,250 tph (target digging rate). Read More

Intellect Systems Attains IPD TECHNO Modular Switchboard System Accreditation

Intellect Systems Attains IPD TECHNO Modular Switchboard System Accreditation

In Company News, Media Releases, Training

As part of Intellect Systems quest for continuous improvement in our manufacturing project delivery we are committed to ongoing training and development to keep our staff up to date with product developments and education. In line with this goal we are proud to announce that we have recently attained IPD Level 2 TECHNO Modular Switchboard System Accreditation.

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Bannockburn Water Pipeline Solution

Turnkey Solution for Bannockburn Water Pipeline

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Intellect Systems are proud to be working with Valmec to deliver an engineering turnkey solution for the electrical, control systems and instrumentation systems component of the Bannockburn Water Pipeline project in the northern goldfields area of Western Australia. Saracen Mineral Holdings have recommenced operations at the Thunderbox Operations site and the pipeline is critical to meet future forecasts for water usage.

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Intellect Systems Manufacturing Plant in Bibra Lake

Intellect Bolster Manufacturing Capability

In Company News, Media Releases

Intellect Systems have recently opened our new 500sqm manufacturing facility in Bibra Lake, Western Australia. Reinforcing Intellect’s commitment to supporting manufacturing in Australia while servicing clients with integrated end to end industrial technology solutions, the relocation from O’Connor to Bibra Lake will provide a more fit-for-purpose manufacturing and testing work space, in close proximity to existing clients, vendors and major transport routes.

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Intellect return to private ownership

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As of the 3rd of June 2015 Intellect Systems was acquired by way of a Management Buy Out from the Resource Development Group with the company returning to a privately owned model back in the control of founding directors Jason Monzu and Chris Kane. Read More