Tekt Industries' product design process is a proven methodology for turning innovative concepts into scalable and profitable products using agile development techniques.

Tekt turns 12!

It is with great pride that we share our 12th anniversary as a company. Since forming in April of 2009, we have grown from a one man band to a dedicated and talented team of 25 engineers and designers, working in Australia and across the globe. Throughout the years we have worked across a range […]

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Happy New Year from Tekt Industries

Charles O'Connor and Oscar Fehlberg

It turns out that as a company, we’re as enthusiastic about table tennis as we are about product design and engineering—and that’s saying something. Considering that we could finally, all be together under the one roof, we held a table tennis tournament at our new-ish offices in Abbotsford to celebrate Christmas and the end of […]

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2020: A year of growth and change

2020 Tekt Industries Year in review

This year has been like no other. Thankfully, we’ve had lots of support—from our clients, our partners, funding bodies, and from the Australian manufacturing community. This support has enabled us to grow and change for the better throughout 2020, bucking the expected trend. For this we are extremely grateful.  We spent the first half of […]

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Interning at Tekt

Picture of interns at Tekt Industries: Brendan Leung, Ernesto Calderon and Simran Bhutani

We recognise that there’s a big difference between theory and practice. Studying engineering is one thing but actually applying it is another. This is why we started our internship program, five years ago—to bridge this gap.  Many of us have studied engineering and so we know what it’s like to be a student and to […]

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Tekt Industries customises Arduino for The Things Network in Australasia

Tekt loves Arduino loves The Things Network

Italian tech startup Arduino makes some of the most popular electronic prototyping tools on the market but until recently, two of their products weren’t completely compatible with The Things Network (TTN) here in Australia. Tekt Industries has helped Arduino solve this problem for the Australasian region. Arduino’s MKR1310 and its predecessor are ideal for IoT […]

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