Software & IT

Using industrial standards to overcome the global supply chain crisis

15 November, 2022 by Patrick van Eybergen, Managing Director, Ti2 Group | Supplied by: Ti2 Pty Ltd

Flexibility in choice of hardware is key to maintaining uptime and profitability in a world impacted by supply chain issues.


Brewing company eliminates bottlenecks with real-time data

10 November, 2022 | Supplied by: OFS

Australian craft brewing software specialist helps Oregon brewery capitalise on demand for new products by focusing on data to streamline packaging operations.


Dragos releases its Industrial Ransomware Analysis for Q3 2022

28 October, 2022 by Abdulrahman H Alamri* | Supplied by: Dragos, Inc.

Ransomware continues to be one of the most threatening financial and operational risks to industrial organisations worldwide.


Rockwell Automation announces FactoryTalk Design Hub

18 October, 2022 | Supplied by: Rockwell Automation Australia

The cloud software suite utilises five core solutions as it merges improved collaboration and productivity for design teams.


Applied EV selects Siemens' software to help develop AV systems

17 October, 2022 | Supplied by: Siemens Ltd

Australian company Applied EV is using Siemens' software to support the design, quality assurance and build of its next-generation autonomous vehicles.


Claroty reveals critical vulnerability in Siemens PLCs and TIA Portal

14 October, 2022 | Supplied by: Claroty

Claroty has announced a method for the uncovering of Siemens SIMATIC S7-1200/1500 hardcoded cryptographic keys.


CEM solution helps Unitywater conserve water and save millions

07 October, 2022 | Supplied by: TaKaDu

Unitywater has dramatically reduced non-revenue water using a central event management solution.


Ensuring Australia’s food bowl will not be empty amidst global food shortages

28 September, 2022 by Rob Stummer, Asia Pacific CEO at SYSPRO | Supplied by: SYSPRO

To build more resilient supply chains going forward, food production companies should consider investing in technologies that involve all stakeholders.


Digital twins allow plants to be emulated before investing

19 September, 2022 | Supplied by: Rockwell Automation Australia

Rockwell Automation demonstrated digital twin capabilities at its recent ROKLive automation event in Sydney.


Mitsubishi Electric MELSOFT MaiLab data science tool

12 September, 2022 | Supplied by: Mitsubishi Electric Australia

MELSOFT MaiLab is a data science tool that uses AI technology to enable non-specialists to more easily analyse and diagnose factory data.


IoT vulnerability disclosures grow 57% in six months

29 August, 2022 | Supplied by: Claroty

Vulnerability disclosures impacting IoT devices increased by 57% in the first half of 2022, according to new research released by Claroty.


Cyber attack on UK water utility has serious implications: Claroty

19 August, 2022 | Supplied by: Claroty

A recent ransomware attack on Staffordshire Water has serious implications for Australia's critical infrastructure, according to Claroty.


The Evil PLC: using the PLC as an attack vector against the engineer

17 August, 2022 | Supplied by: Claroty

Claroty has released research into a new type of cyber attack that weaponises programmable logic controllers (PLCs) in order to exploit engineering workstations.


The lights-sparse versus the lights-out factory — Part 2

27 July, 2022 | Supplied by: Siemens Ltd

The marriage of digital and physical manufacturing technologies will soon enable increasing flexibility, making it possible to accommodate mass customisation.


Dragos and Emerson expand global cybersecurity agreement

22 July, 2022

Dragos extends ICS/OT cybersecurity to Emerson's DeltaV DCS to protect process industries.


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