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Tech giants join forces to tackle cyber security in IoT
AT&T, IBM, Nokia, Palo Alto Networks, Symantec and Trustonic have formed an alliance to address today’s biggest challenges in IoT security.
Chip to make sensor batteries last 10x longer – samples available
Sensor battery life could last up to ten times longer with use of a voltage detector chip developed by engineers from the University of Bristol.
Smart pipette stand
Mettler Toledo has announced its Rainin SmartStand, a smart stand that the company claims will transform how labs manage their pipettes.
Mining engineers top employability list
Mining engineering graduates top the list of employable graduates, according to a study from Graduate Careers Australia.
Light, rugged handheld tablet
Panasonic has launched what it claims to be the world’s lightest fully rugged 3-in-1 handheld tablet, adding to its portfolio of enterprise-grade mobile devices.
150,000 vulnerable printers hacked as a “warning” to users
Approximately 150,000 internet-connected printers have been hacked across the world by an anonymous hacker, whose intention was to warn users about the vulnerability of their devices.
Load cells for In-Line endurance applications
Futek has announced its LSB series of load cells, which offer not only a vast capacity range, but many capabilities that are suitable for In-Line endurance applications.
Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk endorse new AI principles
New guidelines referred to as the 23 Asilomar AI Principles have been developed by the Future of Life Institute to ensure that AI research and development remains ethical and will not lead to apocalypse-type scenarios.
Smart sensing network launched by NSW government
Launched earlier this month, the NSW Smart Sensing Network (NSSN) is a collaboration between the NSW government, universities and industry to research and develop small, smart devices that can be used in applications such as water quality, wearables, biomedical, wildlife and air sensing.
IO-Link Masters, The Perfect Choice For Difficult Environments
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Telstra launches world’s fastest mobile network
Telstra has announced that its Gigabit-class (~1000Mbps) LTE network is now operational, making Australia the first country to see ultrafast Gigabit speeds on a commercial cellular network.
Asset management solution
ABB has announced the global launch of its next generation asset performance management (APM) solution, Asset Health Center 3.0.
Scientists reveal blueprint to build quantum computer
An international team, led by a scientist from the University of Sussex, have unveiled the first practical blueprint for how to build a quantum computer.
Laser tracker product line
Faro has announced the release of a next generation of laser trackers, which the company claims sets a new standard for portability, mobile device control, ruggedness and value.
Semtech LoRa chosen for first IoT network in Australia
Semtech has announced that its LoRa wireless platform is being used in Australia’s first Internet of Things (IoT) LPWAN network, to be deployed in Launceston, Tasmania.
Portable four-gas monitor with two-year runtime
Honeywell has announced the BW Clip4, a new four-gas, portable monitor that once turned on can operate continuously for two years without the need to change sensors or charge batteries, helping users boost safety compliance and reduce maintenance costs.
H.I.Fraser honoured for 30 years in defence industry
Hydraulics engineering firm H.I.Fraser has marked a significant milestone in supporting the Australian Defence Force by completing its millionth fitting for the Collins class submarines.
Australian technology investment on the decline
Political and economic uncertainty are causing a slowdown in Australia’s tech market, with only two per cent growth forecast for this year, and one per cent for 2018, according to research firm Forrester.
Schneider Electric recognises SimSci’s 50th anniversary
Schneider Electric has recognised the 50th anniversary of SimSci, a solution first launched January 20 1967.
Digital assistant for engineers
Nokia has created a customised ‘digital assistant’ to increase work efficiency by providing engineers faster access to critical information.