Jonathan Armstrong, Director of Frazer-Nash’s Australian business, has been sharing his ideas across a number of publications over the past few months.
In December, he proposed that ‘It’s time to bridge the gap between experts and policymakers’ in an opinion piece for Engineers Australia’s Create magazine.
In times of change and crisis, he argues, innovation is essential, and to deliver this engineers and policy-makers must work together. He recommends a range of actions that policy-makers, engineering organisations and individuals can take to seize the moment to achieve this creative harmony.
Expanding on this idea for the UK audience in an online article for The Engineer in March, Jonathan suggesting that the meeting of engineering and policy perspectives will enable us to work together to solve the challenges facing society – and how the examples we’ve seen during the pandemic show that this is possible.
Jonathan, and Frazer-Nash’s Australian business, were also the focus of Australian Defence Magazine’s (ADM’s) ‘From the source’ feature, in its February/March 2021 edition. In a wide-ranging interview with ADM Managing Editor, Katherine Ziesing, Jonathan argues the case for impact-based consultancy and the increasing importance of net zero to defence.