Establised
01/01/1968
Company Overview

Ampcontrol delivers integrated electrical, electronic and control solutions to improve safety and efficiency in mining, renewable, infrastructure and industrial applications. What sets us apart is our ability to engineer unique solutions that deliver on both performance and reliability. To achieve this, we work in partnership with our customers, lending our electrical engineering expertise to their operational challenges. From the most complex electrical infrastructure to the most hazardous industrial environments, we engineer solutions which focus on whole of life optimisation. Drawing on the multi-disciplined technical resources within our business, we step outside the conventions of traditional problem solving, and seek new ways to improve electrical infrastructure design through smart electronics, intelligent data gathering, and operational networking and control. We then back this up with inhouse manufacturing, commissioning, testing, electrical engineering and maintenance support teams.

KEY CAPABILITIES

DIFFERENTIATORS

Large permanent research and development team proven to provide technically differentiated products and solutions across multiple industries
Multi-discipline in-house engineering capability incorporating electrical, mechanical, mechatronic, control systems and automation engineering
Existing collaboration and research relationship with the University of Newcastle via ResTech

CORE PRODUCTS/SERVICES

SIZE BY EMPLOYEES

Approx. 1000 worldwide

MEDTECH INDUSTRY SELF-CLASSIFICATION

Medical device design and manufacture Manufacture of medical PPE (face shields)

CERTIFICATIONS/ACCREDITATIONS

Certification pending for the Ventasys ventilator

MARKETS

Initial market limited to Australia under the pending TGA COVID-19 emergency ventilator approval framework. Potential to export the next generation of Ventasys ventilator to international markets (subject to relevant approvals)

KEY CUSTOMERS

Public health services and private hospitals

UNIVERSITY COLLABORATIONS

University of Newcastle and primarily through the ResTech joint venture

MANUFACTURING CAPABILITY

Electronic componentry through to heavy manufacturing