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Endress+Hauser to highlight process automation at BrauBeviale 2019

In November, at the BrauBeviale 2019 trade fair in Nuremberg, Endress+Hauser will be presenting automation concepts and intelligent, self-monitoring measurement technologies that help make production processes safer and more efficient. Visitors will have the opportunity to learn how they can carry out precise measurements or satisfy process and system requirements in the age of Industry … Continue reading Endress+Hauser to highlight process automation at BrauBeviale 2019

Integrating field level and management level technologies

In the custom install space, we are not only facing a broad variety of technologies, but we are also confronted with technologies which are suitable for the so-called “field level” and “management level.” But what is the difference, and can either technology satisfy individual needs? “Yes, you can cut your steak with a spoon, but … Continue reading Integrating field level and management level technologies

Cyber security company KnowBe4 to set up HQ in Melbourne

US company KnowBe4 has announced that Melbourne will be the location of its Australia-New Zealand headquarters. KnowBe4 is the latest cyber company to invest in Victoria and follows in the footsteps of Mimecast, Leidos and CT4. “Opening a new office in Melbourne is a strategic move to expand KnowBe4’s global footprint in a new region,” … Continue reading Cyber security company KnowBe4 to set up HQ in Melbourne

Two worlds converging

With the introduction of specific solutions for the process technology market, Beckhoff is not introducing new components, but bringing together two automation concepts that for decades have been developed separately, yet side-by-side. While traditional PLC-based systems were optimised predominantly for short cycle times as a replacement for complex relay technology in machine controls, Distributed Control … Continue reading Two worlds converging

Researchers find water treatment application for graphene technology

UNSW researchers have developed a graphene filter that can purify methane from biogas produced in wastewater plants. The research team, led by Dr Rakesh Joshi of the UNSW School of Materials Science and Engineering, has demonstrated at lab-scale that graphene membranes can be used to extract methane present in biogas generated during the breakdown of … Continue reading Researchers find water treatment application for graphene technology