Economic impact of COVID-19 pandemic hits oil, polyethylene markets.
Tech market advisory firm ABI Research has forecasted a worldwide cut in manufacturing industry revenue of US$15 trillion.
Australia does well in research assessing how manufacturers in North America, Europe and Australia have progressed in adopting new technologies.
Australia's leading manufacturers for 2020 have been announced, with Thursday's release of Advanced Manufacturing Expo's Top 100 Manufacturers in Australia.
CNOOC has declared it won't take delivery of some LNG cargoes because the coronavirus is constraining its ability to import the fuel.
Additive manufacturing is a fantastic technology that has brought great design freedom to many applications, but sometimes the old-fashioned way is better.
Predicting the future of manufacturing gives analysts something to do, but only the nurturing of talent and flexibility can truly create a future-ready enterprise.
The question remains open as to how much impact the latest pandemic could have on the global manufacturing industry.
With water scarcity an increasing problem, AI could help mitigate water management problems and enable water utilities to better serve their customers.
Autonomous driving systems are currently very expensive, but the cost is expected to decrease rapidly in the coming decade.
CSIRO has released a report that has mapped the critical research steps Australia must take to realise the potential of the burgeoning hydrogen industry.
Air Liquide, DLVA and Engie sign deal to produce green hydrogen in France.
Although on the face of it the principles and applications are simple, digital transformation is more than just replacing manual processes with digital processes.
ABI Research forecasts in a recent report that the total installed base of AI-enabled devices in industrial manufacturing will reach 15.4 million in 2024.
Oil refiners have increased investments in digital technologies despite lower improvements in operating margins, according to research from Accenture.