GE and Looop Co., Ltd.'s partnership marks the entry of 1500 V solar technology into Japan's solar market.
In Australia the approach to Industry 4.0 has been somewhat more disjointed than in Germany, with a large reliance on Industry 4.0 technology being mainly promoted by individual Germany-based vendors or suppliers. Individual manufacturing companies are tending to go it alone, keeping technology providers at arm's length and not truly leveraging the global collective knowledge on I4.0.
NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) has awarded $200,000 to inspiring and groundbreaking small businesses looking to innovate within the energy resources sector.
Innovyz Institute, along with Green Industries SA, has announced 10 successful technologies and ideas selected for Innovyz's new Waste and Recycling Commercialisation Program, including two from South Australian universities.
Geoscience Australia and the Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information (CRCSI) are looking for Australian businesses in the resources industry interested in improving the capability of their positioning technology.
UAE-based Taweelah Aluminium Extrusion Company LLC has announced its expansion into the Australian market with Melbourne the first city selected in its international expansion.
At the Hannover Messe 2017, Siemens will be demonstrating how industrial companies of all sizes can benefit from the digital transformation.
A Victorian vehicle manufacturing start-up with ambitions to be Australia's first production electric vehicle and a company developing a disruptive new class of insecticides have been given a kick-start thanks to a new funding initiative that helps small businesses access CSIRO research expertise and capabilities.
Rockwell will showcase technologies and solutions within the Microsoft, Cisco, Endress+Hauser and ODVA booths.