VASA can confirm more speakers for Wire & Gas 2022 as the attendee list soars well into triple digits thanks to a successful Early Bird ticket offer and broad industry support that promises to make this year’s convention at least as big as the 25th Anniversary Wire & Gas event of 2018.
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Brendan Sorensen joins the line-up
Fresh from picking up the 2022 Kim Aunger Young Achiever Award at the recent Australian Auto Aftermarket Excellence Awards, Brendan Sorensen is heading to Wire & Gas where he will join TaT colleague Jeff Smit in delivering a technical session explaining diagnostic techniques using oscilloscopes and pressure transducers for testing sensors and other electronic components, plus the quick analysis of mechanical faults.
Electric vehicles panel welcomes Anthony Kittel of Redarc
As CEO and managing director of Redarc Electronics, Anthony Kittel is exploring ways his company’s technological expertise can help bridge the gap between vehicle electrification and remote area travel. Having shared his fascinating story in a keynote address at Wire & Gas 2018, Anthony will join the panel of electric vehicle experts at this year’s event to discuss how and why electrification across all forms of vehicle and heavy machinery will present a massive opportunity and bright future for VASA members.
Refrigerant safety panel presented by Refrigerants Australia
Refrigerants Australia executive director Greg Picker will present a panel of experts in the fields of refrigerant technology, workplace heath and safety, and licensing will discuss and explain issues around flammable refrigerants, how to approach them safely and legally and what to do when a system has been charged with a mix of refrigerants, as well as the responsibilities of technicians and business owners when it comes to keeping themselves and their customers out of harm’s way.