Australian Switchgear Engineering company NOJA Power is proud to announce support for the Nikola Tesla Unlimited Mind Exhibition in Sydney from the 26th July to 6th of August. Organised by the local Serbian Community in Sydney, the Nikola Tesla exhibition is held with support from the Michael Crouch Innovation Centre (MCIC) at the University of New South Wales.
The exhibition brings historical and technical exhibits from the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade Serbia to Australia for the first time. The exhibition includes free guided tours, virtual reality demonstrations and public talks by the Museum Director.
Nikola Tesla was a Serbian American inventor and engineer who is attributed with the formulation of the modern Alternating Current (AC) electricity supply system which today forms the backbone of energy supply around the world. A natural showman and exceptional engineer, Tesla conducted and demonstrated a range of mechanical oscillators, electrical discharge tubes, early X-ray imaging and even one of the world’s first wireless-controlled boats.
Tesla coil discharging 1,000’s of Volts
NOJA Power today is a market leader in developing switchgear technology under the energy system posited by Nikola Tesla and is proud to support this showcase of Nikola Tesla’s artefacts.
“NOJA Power is proud to support the Nikola Tesla Unlimited Mind Exhibition,” says NOJA Power Group Managing Director Neil O’Sullivan. “As the inventor of the alternating current electricity supply system Tesla has had one of the most significant impacts and contributed to the lives of all that came after him. The NOJA Power training centre in our R&D Facility is named after Nikola Tesla to provide inspiration to our engineers. We are proud to be associated with this event.”