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Professor Aleksandar Subic moves from Swinburne to RMIT

Professor Aleksandar Subic has returned to RMIT University as Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the College of Science, Engineering and Health, and Vice President for Digital Innovation. Subic joins RMIT from Swinburne University, where he held the position of Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Research and Enterprise. As RMIT’s first Vice-President of Digital Innovation, Subic said he hopes to … Continue reading Professor Aleksandar Subic moves from Swinburne to RMIT

Federal government announces stimulus package to support Australian businesses

The federal government has announced that it will provide the Australian economy with a $17.6 billion stimulus package, including measures to support business investment and the provision of cash flow assistance for small and medium sized businesses, in response to the impact of the coronavirus health crisis. In announcing the stimulus package, Prime Minister Scott … Continue reading Federal government announces stimulus package to support Australian businesses

Qld gov leases gas field to supply local manufacturers

The Queensland government has announced that joint venture partners Australian Pacific LNG and Armour Energy have been granted a petroleum lease near Chinchilla in south-west Queensland, with the gas produced to be directed to local manufacturing operations. State mines minister Anthony Lyndham said the lease would help boost east coast gas supplies and help secure … Continue reading Qld gov leases gas field to supply local manufacturers

Automation set to transform employment landscape by 2034

Over 60 per cent of Australia’s manufacturing jobs will potentially be impacted by automation technologies over the next 15 years, according to a new report from the professional association for Australia’s technology sector, the ACS. Thirty per cent of existing manufacturing jobs will be totally automated and 33 per cent of jobs in the sector … Continue reading Automation set to transform employment landscape by 2034

KNX IP Secure recognised as an ISO security standard

KNX National Group Australia has announced that KNX IP Secure, the world’s first vendor- and application-independent security solution for smart buildings, has been recognised as an international security standard, designated EN ISO 22510. KNX is already known internationally as the leading technical standard in the smart home and building sector. Since the adoption of the … Continue reading KNX IP Secure recognised as an ISO security standard