Acmena is delighted to announce the appointment of Grace Kennedy to the Sydney office.
Joining us from the University of Wollongong where she was a lecturer in human factors and ergonomics and a research fellow in systems engineering, Grace is a highly versatile engineer with over 15 years’ experience in both academia and industry.
Specialising in human systems integration (HSI), she has extensive experience in conducting research projects for the rail, defence and healthcare industries, with proven capability in developing solutions for a diverse range of applications, including level crossings, advanced signalling (ETCS), control rooms, customer information systems and Virtual Reality medical training systems.
A chartered systems engineer, Grace offers proven expertise in model-based systems engineering (MBSE), organisational systems engineering, enterprise systems modelling, architecture frameworks and systems ergonomics.
“With her expertise in human factors, systems engineering, systems thinking and modelling, Grace’s unique range of capabilities offers a good deal of value to our clients,” said Acmena NSW State Manager, Nicolas Teulier.
“She represents what Acmena stands for – the integration of disciplines to deliver systems that are safe and efficient for the end users. We are absolutely thrilled to welcome such a capable engineer to the team. I am really looking forward to working with Grace and am sure that she will be a valuable asset.”
“Joining Acmena is the best choice for me,” said Grace. “As an organisation that is focused on meeting industry’s challenges through the true transdisciplinary integration of systems engineering and human factors, it is a perfect fit! I’m looking forward to applying my skills and working closely with the team and our clients to demonstrate the value of the integrated approach.”
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