- The Internet of Zombies
Since Dawn of the Dead was first released in 1978, the possibility of a viral outbreak that will turn us all into night crawling, flesh-eating zombies has become a worry for many and a very prolific Hollywood theme.
- A snapshot of the engineering industry
In a new report by Cebr, the engineering industry is examined on a global scale. This article will feature future trends, research and Engineering Index rankings, with a focus on where Australia stands on a global scale.
- Making big data more efficient
MIT scientists have created a new programming language, which lets application developers manage memory more efficiently in programs that deal with scattered data points in large data sets.
- Intrusion detection on the factory floor
Intrusion detection – the ability to detect when hackers begin probing devices – is a critical first step to building a secure IIoT.
- What if two countries declared cyber war on each other?
The internet has brought us many great things but it has made us more vulnerable. Protecting against such futuristic violence as cyber war is one of the key challenges of the 21st century.
- Solutions for Industry 4.0 and IoT
As information technology and automation technology continue to converge, cloud-based communication and data services are increasingly used in industrial automation projects.
- Zooming in on leaky pipes saves a flood of problems
P-CAT is a condition assessment technology that allows pipeline owners and operators to accurately identify defects and develop cost effective solutions.
- SCADA continues to evolve
Today’s SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) systems offer a new generation of technology components that are easier to integrate, and provide improved capabilities and functionalities.
- Integrated and networked sensors at the heart of Industry 4.0
Advanced manufacturing systems, featuring state-of-the-art sensors and intelligent networking, are at the heart of the collection of big data and setting the pace for the achievements of Industry 4.0.
- How the IoT is helping trains run on time
An Australian technology minnow is turning heads here and around the world with one of the first examples of internet of things (IoT) technology that can improve train travel efficiency and safety.
- Implantable sensors for wireless recording of nerve activity
The first in vivo tests demonstrate ultrasound can be used to wirelessly power and communicate with millimetre-scale devices surgically placed in muscles and nerves.
- Thailand’s robotics drive
Thai investment in robotics and automation is rising steadily, but the country is leaving nothing to chance in its efforts to modernise, recently announcing several new incentives in an attempt to speed up its industrial modernisation.
- Solar households to lose subsidies, but it’s a bright future for the industry
Solar households in Victoria, South Australia and New South Wales will this year cease to be paid for power they export into the electricity grid. While this may hurt some households, it could ultimately be a good sign for the industry.
- SCADA Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2014 – 2020
The Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Market was valued at USD 23.20 billion in 2013, which is expected to reach USD 32.70 billion by 2020, growing at a CAGR of 5.0 per cent from 2014 to 2020.
- Residential batteries: the story did not start with Tesla and will not end with Tesla
With the launch of its Powerwall on April 30, 2015 and every progress update on the building of its Gigafactory, Tesla has continued to fuel interest in home battery systems.
- Automotive HVAC system market expected to reach $22.8 billion by 2022
According to a recent report published by Allied Market Research, the world automotive HVAC system market is estimated to reach $22.8 billion, growing at a significant CAGR from 2016 to 2022.
- TCF: Is the end of the downturn in sight?
The Transparent Conductive Films (TCF) industry has recently experienced sluggish growth.
- The future of wireless connectivity in industry
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is constantly growing. This is confirmed by a recent research report from Berg Insight, which has forecast the installed base of wireless devices in industrial applications will grow at a CAGR of 27.7 per cent from 14.3 million connections at the end of 2015 to 62 million by 2021
- Automation can leave us complacent
The recent fatal accident involving a Tesla car while self-driving using the car’s Autopilot feature has raised questions about whether this technology is ready for consumer use.
- Easing the strain of virtualised IT
Virtualisation is an innovative technology that has changed the way businesses work with IT. The virtualising of servers, networks, and storage is now highly commoditised, and businesses of all sizes have adopted it.