The Digital Revolution in Aged Care Summit 2022 | Hybrid Event

The elderly care sector is undergoing a digital transition, yet there are still gaps that prohibit an integrated and connected digital environment.

​Residential and home care providers face challenges such as decentralized frameworks, an absence of data visibility, and system integration, all of which can have a negative impact on the personal experience of residents. Now is the time to prepare, plan, and deploy future-ready systems and technologies.

​Erudite Training Solutions warmly welcomes you to THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION IN AGED CARE SUMMIT 2022 in Crown Melbourne. This is a hybrid event: in-person and live-streamed. The forum will address key challenges of improving and rebuilding the aged care system while ensuring high-quality care for the elderly through the use of digital technologies.

​Learn how advanced technology can help aged care providers improve operational efficiency and patient outcomes. Implement the Royal Commission’s final report’s recommendations and modernize the aged care workforce to improve service quality and safety.

​Joined by leading aged care experts, they will share unique insights and new ideas to help your organization improve palliative, elderly, and dementia care delivery. A fantastic opportunity to network with policymakers, leaders of aged care providers, and other key players in the field.

Date and time

Tue, Apr 26, 2022, 9:00 AM – Thu, Apr 28, 2022, 5:00 PM AEST


Crown Melbourne

8 Whiteman Street

Southbank, VIC 3006

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A$1,555.29 – A$2,018.91

East Gippsland business fulfilling another contract for Australian Defence

ZCG Scaler, experienced antenna producers based in Lindenow, East Gippsland, are currently employing additional staff to assist in another large-scale Australian Defence Force contract build.

The Gippsland manufacturer is fulfilling its fifth contract for supply of custom radio frequency (RF) solutions for counter remote control improvised explosive devices (RCIED) for L3Harris and the Department of Science and Technology.

By completion of this project, ZCG will have supplied troops on the frontline with more than 215,000 units for Counter IED applications. The Counter IED system has already successfully been installed in a wide range of military and transport vehicles utilised by both domestic and international troops. 

Their growing team has achieved a two-week forward advancement on supply of the RF antennas following a recent request for expedited assembly and delivery due to COVID-19 restrictions.

ZCG’s partnership with the defence department is ever-expanding, and they continue to be proud to be a part of the work to ensure troops are at the forefront of protection in the modern battlefield.

Not only does ZCG do business with the defence force, but the Australian-owned business manufactures hundreds of different antenna models to suit a variety of RF communication and broadcasting requirements. The research and development of new products is an ongoing process and a priority for the company to ensure the most advanced products are on the market for all purposes.  

For more information, access the ZCG website.