- Looming cyber attacks threaten critical control systems
With computerised control systems operating everything from power plants, water treatment facilities to transport systems and factories, the potential for disruptive cyber attacks grows bigger by the week.
- Opinion: Leveraging today’s technology for tomorrows solutions
The Internet of Things requires a lot of background engineering, planning and design work. Some companies are already well ahead in being ‘IoT ready’, says Andrew McGee, Chief Technology Officer, of Hitachi Data Systems, ANZ.
- The be all and end all?
If the industry is to survive and grow, on this planet and off it, total automation of many of the processes is the way forward.
- Leveraging today’s technology for tomorrows solutions
The Internet of Things is the idea that the physical objects in our world, from machinery to automobiles and MRI scanners, will be embedded with sensors and interconnected
- Industrial mobility: the new norm
Manufacturing intelligence software for industrial mobile applications is enabling users, in just seconds, to access business and production data, and personalise and share it for new levels of collaboration and productivity.
- Combating unseen faults with Harmonics Mitigation
For manufacturing facilities, the real cost of harmonic damage is almost unmeasurable because of its nature. Some sites have found they have equipment life expectancies of 25 per cent of what is considered normal.
- New uranium processing technology delivers gains
An Adelaide-based specialist engineering company has designed and developed a unique modular processing system for a new uranium mine in Africa.
- Why are manufacturers so prone to cyber attacks?
Verizon’s 2015 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) has found that four out of five security incidents in the manufacturing sector involved denial of service (DoS) attacks, cyber-espionage and crimeware.
- Zenith Award winner profiles – Ross Colvin, Hatch
On June 11, PACE held its annual Zenith Awards. Ross Colvin from Hatch was the winner in the Lifetime Achievement category.
- Zenith Award winner profiles – B.-d. Farm Paris Creek
On June 11, PACE held its annual Zenith Awards. B.-d. Farm Paris Creek was the winner in the Food and Beverage category.
- Honeywell’s new offering makes buildings smarter
Honeywell has released new smart building technology that uses visualisation and simple, intuitive interfaces to improve operations and business outcomes. Matt McDonald reports.
- Cyber security & peace of mind
Cyber security needs to be taken seriously. And, as Matt McDonald writes, it is not just the high profile targeted attacks that industry needs to watch out for.
- 2015 Women in Industry Awards Finalists: Excellence in Manufacturing
Finalists for this year’s Excellence in Manufacturing award have been revealed.
- 2015 Women in Industry Awards Finalists:Excellence in Engineering
The short-list of finalists for this year’s Excellence in Engineering award have been announced.
- 2015 Women in Industry Awards Finalists: BDM of the Year
The short-list of finalists for this year’s BDM of the year award has been revealed.
- Yokogawa to broaden solutions
Russell Palmer, the new Managing Director of Yokogawa Australia talks to PACE Editor Kevin Gomez about the strategic direction for his company.
- Qenos optimises and the new system exceeds expectations
Qenos Olefins recently optimised its control system using an intelligent and reliable solution.
- Why companies have little incentive to invest in cybersecurity
Despite the increased risks developing in cybersecurity and data integrity, little heed is being paid to protecting company data.
- Automation and its role in mining
Rio Tinto’s Group Executive,Technology & Innovation,Greg Lilleyman discusses automation and its role in mining.
- Where are the female tradies?
While the number of women in the mining industry is rising, what can be done to increase the ratio of females in the resources sector?