Business

Global manufacturing and supply chains "severely disrupted" by pandemic

13 May, 2021

Global manufacturing and supply chains were severely disrupted by the COVID-19 global pandemic, forcing companies to adapt and plan for a new business reality.


ACHEMA Pulse virtual conference to cover a wide range of topics

10 May, 2021

According to the organisers, a broad spectrum of topics and opportunities will be presented at the ACHEMA Pulse virtual conference on 15–16 June 2021.


Siemens and YHI Energy partner on NZ electric vehicle charging

10 May, 2021 | Supplied by: Siemens Ltd

Siemens has partnered with YHI Energy in New Zealand to launch its latest electric vehicle charging infrastructure range.


Space start-up Quasar takes off with CSIRO tech

04 May, 2021 | Supplied by: CSIRO Head Office

Technology from Australian space start-up Quasar Satellite Technologies allows ground stations to talk to hundreds of satellites at once.


CODA Connect launched to maintain news and updates

04 May, 2021

NERA has launched a service to maintain updates on progress with the CODA initiative for decommissioning Australia's ageing oil and gas infrastructure.


Swinburne and Sutton Tools to launch joint SMC

30 April, 2021 | Supplied by: Swinburne University of Technology

Swinburne and Sutton Tools are establishing a joint Smart Manufacturing Centre to work on projects in advanced manufacturing.


Industrial AR to reach US$70 billion market value by 2025: report

30 April, 2021

Growth to be spurred by increasing digitisation and connected workers.


SAGE Automation lands South American export deal

23 April, 2021

A sanitisation system manufactured by SAGE Automation is set to be exported to South America.


CSIRO and others in push for low-emissions power systems

23 April, 2021 | Supplied by: CSIRO Head Office

Some of the country’s leading energy research organisations have been recruited to participate in a global research partnership that will focus on accelerating electricity system decarbonisation.


World's largest chemical company established in China

22 April, 2021

The approval of the joint restructuring of Sinochem and ChemChina has created a chemical company larger than BASF and Dow.


Albert Einstein brought back to life as a digital companion

19 April, 2021

We can now personally experience AI in action. A digital human project has revived one of history's greatest minds as an AI-based companion.


Reform of Australia's measurement laws: have your say

16 April, 2021 | Supplied by: National Measurement Institute

The National Measurement Institute (NMI) is seeking input on the future direction of Australia's measurement laws.


Quick, easy access to machine data

15 April, 2021 | Supplied by: Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA

Researchers in Germany are developing ways that companies can access the immense quantities of data generated by their machinery to modernise production.


Mercedes-Benz and Siemens partner to digitise manufacturing

14 April, 2021

Mercedes-Benz and Siemens plan to cooperate on advancing digitalisation and automation in the automotive industry, supported by the State of Berlin.


Will the 5th Industrial Revolution be the next Renaissance?

14 April, 2021 by Maureen Thurston-Chartraw and Liam Hayes, Aurecon

In the 5th Industrial Revolution we will face more ethical questions than we have ever faced before.


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