Tamryn Barker

National Project Lead – Australian Automation and Robotics Precinct

Tamryn is committed to growing a community of world-leading innovators in WA to deliver the ideas, knowledge, culture and skills we need now and into the future. She is one of the founders of CORE Innovation Hub, Australia’s first co-working, collaboration and innovation hub network focused on resources and energy, with sites in the Perth CBD, The Pilbara and South Australia. CORE builds innovation ecosystems and infrastructure and has recently been appointed to activate and operate the new Australian Automation and Robotics Precinct in Neerabup (The AARP), 40km north of Perth. The AARP is being developed as a world-class facility to help companies, universities and government, locally and globally, test, develop and apply autonomous, advanced robotics, remote operations and zero emissions technologies.


Tue 24 Oct


11:50am -


Ballroom 1
Robotics & Autonomous Systems
Tamryn Barke

National Project Lead – Australian Automation and Robotics Precinct

Chris Eriksen

General Manager, Technology and Information Management – Atlas Iron

Fred Pauling

Wildcat Technologies Lead – CSIRO Data61 Robotics & Autonomous Systems Group


Dharshun Sridharan

Associate Director, Emerging Technologies (Space, Robotics, AI) – KPMG

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