We live in an era of advanced technology, where our daily lives are impacted by advancements in science and technology. Over the years technology has enabled the creation of some amazing and useful resources which impact on how we live, work, study, shop, play, and behave.
It’s not difficult to identify the level of technology we use each day from computers, mobile phones to internet aware fridges and TV's.
But there's more we take for granted. This is where Hacksaw lives in a space where technology is emerging, where ideas are buzzing, where creative people require support and where pathways to realisation are carved out.
Hacksaw is about "Cutting Through Technology", removing barriers and limitations facing creative and innovative thinkers. It's about community, it's about engagement and it's about connecting the dots for success.
Many government funded business programs around technology are focus on websites creation, shopping carts, SEO and a social media presents. For sure a must have. However Hacksaw goes beyond to support the creation of new and innovative technology for greater benefits.
The Hacksaw Pathway:
- Workshop learning,
- Knowledge sharing,
- Shed Time,
- Advance prototyping resources,
- Modular electronics & microprocessors,
- Mechanical building systems,
- IP Protection services,
- Commercialisation assistance.
To help people bring their ideas to reality with far reaching benefits.
Hacksaw is funded by its members, the Adelaide Hills Business Centre and its corporate sponsors.
Who Is Hacksaw
Hacksaw is a community of people just like you. They come from all walks of life, from retirees wanting to help young and creative thinkers to people seeking solutions.
Hacksaw is an Adelaide Hills Business Centre initiative driven by its owner Gordon Kay, a business owner that has created technology products and solutions for 40+ years.