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Australian RF technology to be used in Joint Strike Missile
BAE Systems Australia’s technology said it was another step closer to being used in the Joint Strike Missile (JSM) being developed for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter aircraft, following the signing of a contract between the Federal Government and Norway’s Kongsberg Defence and Aerospace.
Miniature Torque Screwdriver
Utilising FUTEK’s Miniature Reaction Torque Screwdriver from Metromatics allows operators the ability to monitor the torque applied during the assembly of more delicate products.
IoT will make the world unrecognisable says scientist
The Internet of Things (IoT) is growing at such a rapid rate, leading researchers are predicting a future dominated by autonomous production and logistics – and much sooner than many may expect.
Transparent material sensor with RFID
The SICK RFU65x RFID sensor detects tags at long range, recording the direction in which objects are moving at the same time.
‘Energy-on-Demand’ offers solution to global energy crisis
Australian company Infratech Industries, in collaboration with the University of Newcastle has launched a world-first ‘Energy-on-Demand’ system that overcomes the predictability and environmental issues that currently plague existing renewable energy and storage solutions.
IoT-based condition monitoring now a game changer
Manufacturing systems and processes are becoming increasingly complex, making more rational decision-making in process control a necessity. Therefore, better information gathering and analysis techniques are needed for effective condition-based monitoring.
Hydro storage tops Australia’s renewable options
Pumped hydro storage can be used to help build a secure and cheap Australian electricity grid with 100 per cent renewable energy, according to a new study from The Australian National University (ANU). Lead researcher Professor Andrew Blakers from ANU said the zero-emissions grid would mainly rely on wind and solar photovoltaic (PV) technology, with … Continue reading Hydro storage tops Australia’s renewable options
Cisco: IoT Isn’t Just About the ‘Thing’
Internet of Things (IoT) is the term du jour. As adoption increases the natural question becomes, how has it been secured? To understand an effective security strategy for IoT, we first need to understand where the value from IoT is generated.
SEW training courses now open
SEW-EURODRIVE’s DriveACADEMY training courses – which incorporate basic theoretical principles and practical exercises – are designed to prepare motor and drive users for tasks and problems they may face during any given working day.
Single beam safety lasers
With the SLS 518, Leuze electronic has expanded its product line of single beam safety devices of the SLS series with a new, compact and economical type 4 model.
Australian legal powerhouse takes on Toshiba
A coalition of some of the world’s leading class-action lawyers has combined to bring more than AUD$650 million worth of claims against Toshiba Corp on behalf of institutional investors from across the globe.
Compact tool for simulating rotating machinery measurements
Dewesoft’s new VIBRO-KIT is designed for simulating rotating machinery measurements. One of its many applications would be in educational settings, such as schools and university laboratories by providing a playground for countless experiments.
Clean Energy Finance Corporation picks new CEO
The Board of the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) has appointed Ian Learmonth as its new Chief Executive Officer, to replace outgoing CEO Oliver Yates.
Why were millions affected by power failures in 2016?
Power management company Eaton has today announced the launch of its annual Blackout Tracker Report for Australia and New Zealand (ANZ), which has revealed 3 million people were affected by more than 240 power outages in 2016.
Infigen announces new wind farm
Infigen Energy has announced that it would proceed to construction of the 113.2 MW Bodangora wind farm near Wellington in New South Wales.
Portable humidity generator
Fluke Calibration has introduced the 5128A RHapid-Cal Humidity Generator, a portable humidity generator for calibrating a large workload of probes and loggers in the field or in the laboratory.
Treotham Automation & Lapp Group announce partnership
Treotham Automation has been appointed by Lapp Group as an authorised distributor across the Australian market for their cable and connection technology products.
Delta Electronics Adds CFP2000 IP55 VSD New Model to the CFP AC Motor Drive Series
Delta, a global leader in thermal and power management solutions, announced a range of IP55-protected vector control variable-speed drives for fan, pump and water treatment applications at the recent SPS IPC Drives show in Germany. This included the new model CFP2000 IP55 VSD CFP AC Motor drive series. The CFP2000 VSDs span ratings from 0.75–90kW … Continue reading Delta Electronics Adds CFP2000 IP55 VSD New Model to the CFP AC Motor Drive Series
New safety relays for smaller tasks
From the monitoring of simple components, such as E-STOP or safety switches, to the integration of optoelectronic sensors or standstill monitoring of motors: with the 22.5 mm housings, the relays have a compact design and can be installed in the switch cabinet in a space-saving manner.
Aussie company signs UAE solar deal
Australian renewable energy business, Redback Technologies has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Duserve Facilities Management (Duserve FM) to collaborate on a pilot project trialing Redback’s advanced, low cost solar solutions in United Arab Emirates.