All posts by PACE

Painting thermal pictures

While the human eye can detect electromagnetic radiation in the visible light spectrum, all other forms of electromagnetic radiation, such as infrared, are invisible. Discovered in 1800 by astronomer Frederick William Herschel, infrared radiation lies between the visible and microwave portions of the electromagnetic spectrum. The primary source of infrared radiation is heat, or in … Continue reading Painting thermal pictures

Adapting to an age of technological disruption

PACE speaks with Vega Australia’s managing director John Leadbetter about responding to innovations in the automation and manufacturing industries. With wave after wave of innovation emerging and promising to disrupt the industry in new ways, it can be overwhelming to keep up. According to Vega Australia’s managing director, John Leadbetter, however, what manufacturers are craving, … Continue reading Adapting to an age of technological disruption

CBC and Gates team up to keep water pumping

Together CBC and Gates offer a dedicated selection of water hoses for a multitude of applications, from farm irrigation through to chemical treatments at wastewater plants. This variety is what keeps people like Kent Clark, Product Manager for Fluid Power at Gates Australia motivated to continually improve the industry. Whether it’s launching new products into … Continue reading CBC and Gates team up to keep water pumping

Coding to learn, self-paced studying and more: how STEM students can up their skills game in 2020

Stephane Marouani, country manager at MathWorks ANZ, tells us what new trends will dominate in STEM education and how aspiring employees will be required to adopt new learning methods. The importance of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) skills to business development and the future of work has been widely talked about for a few years … Continue reading Coding to learn, self-paced studying and more: how STEM students can up their skills game in 2020

Major Brisbane water treatment plant to receive $35 million upgrade

A $35 million filtration upgrade is to be carried out at the Mt Crosby East Bank Water Treatment Plant in Brisbane’s west to improve its resilience to extreme weather events and to enhance water supply security for south-east Queensland. Natural Resources Minister Dr Anthony Lynham said that the Mt Crosby water treatment plants, both East … Continue reading Major Brisbane water treatment plant to receive $35 million upgrade