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Atamo supports the Innovation Centre of WA

The Western Australian Government Department of Commerce administers the Innovation Centre

of WA at Technology Park in Bentley (http://innovation.wa.gov.au/). The Innovation Centre has a

vigorous program of events supporting innovators in Western Australia.

Atamo CEO, Stewart Snell, has worked with the Centre to plan a series of seminars under the

Centre’s Startup Master Class banner. The series is titled “Making it Happen: From Idea to

Execution” and will involve four events running from August 2014-November 2014.

The schedule of events is:

Date  Title 
19th August Matching product development and business goals
23rd September From prototype to production
21st October Go to market
25th November Operating your business


The events will run from 5:30-7:30 on Tuesday evenings at the Innovation Centre,

Enterprise Unit 3, 9 De Laeter Way

Technology Park Bentley,

Bentley WA 6102

Three industry experts will speak at each of the seminars, providing a range of practical advice and

presenting lessons learned from many decades of experience in the science and art of developing

new products and bringing them to market.

See http://innovation.wa.gov.au/ for further information on the Innovation Centre.

Machine to Machine (M2M) and the Internet of Things

Atamo has completed a number of client projects to interconnect remote machinery over the 3G/4G mobile data network. These projects have enabled us to develop a generalised M2M solution that is customisable to meet specific customer needs. The solution includes sensors and industrial interfaces, local data processing and mobile network communications, together with centralised data collection, monitoring and analysis.

Download the solution description brochure if you would like to learn more.


Atamo Participating at Electronex 2013


Atamo will be participating at Electronex 2013 the electronics design and assembly expo.

The event will be held at Melbourne Park Function Centre on September 11th and 12th.

Click on the image above to learn more about the expo or, better still, call in and see us on stand A9.


Intium Wins Austmine 2013 Award

Intium Wins Austmine 2013 Innovation Award

Atamo is pleased to congratulate our client Intium Soutions Ltd (www.intiumsolutions.com) on its most recent achievement awarded at the Austmine conference in Perth on 21st May 2013.  

Submissions were judged for:

  • Significance of the impact or outcomes of the discovery or innovation, particularly in relation to other achievements in the field
  • Novelty of the achivement, its application or future application
  • International significance of the discovery or innovation.


Atamo continues to support Intium with engineering services as it extends the field trial program of its Roller Condition Monitoring system.

Halo Medical Devices Product Release

Halo Medical Devices releases Next Generation Goniometer

Atamo is pleased to congratulate Halo Medical Devices ( www.halomedicaldevices.com) on the release of the Next Generation Goniometer.  Halo's product enables clinics, hospitals and universities to measure patients joint range more accurately and reliably than was previously possible.  Atamo provided engineering support for Halo's product development.

HALO Medical Devices Founder and CEO, Hayley Warren said "Atamo provided absolute support to our next generation product. Releasing a new device to market is no small feat, its critical to have a strong team to deliver the final product and to be critically thinking at every stage in the process to optimise results. Atamo filled our Engineer requirements and provided the experience we needed to deliver a superior product to our 2 million customer base. We look forward to building our next development with Atamo."

Atamo CEO, Stewart Snell commented that "Nothing we do gives us more satisfaction than to see our clients successfully deliver their products to an appreciative market.  Halo's achievement epitomises that, and we are delighted to have helped reach such an important milestone."

Managing Product Development Risk (2)

Developing new products is a risky business.  There is financial risk, risk in accomplishing the task (execution risk) and, most important of all the risk that no one will buy the product, or that it won't have quite the right features (market risk).  Atamo is pleased to announce a new approach to managing those risks.  We've invested in developing a series of pre-designed modules to use to create rapid protptypes for your new product idea.  Using the modules reduces the cost, time and risk of producing a first example of your product.  That example is then used to test customer response and raise funding from investors before committing to a final design for volume production.
Learn more about our family of pre-designed modules by downloading the PDF here.