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- Advantech partners with Synnex for IoT solutions
According to the companies, Advantech’s expertise in industrial hardware and software solutions and Synnex’s wide network will allow comprehensive IoT solutions to reach the market faster and with higher quality.
- Schneider announces new automation leader and industry VP
Schneider Electric has announced the appointment of Neil Smith as the company’s Automation Pacific Hub Leader and Industry VP Australia.
- Researchers develop more efficient organic solar cells
Researchers have developed a semi-transparent organic solar cell that achieves better efficiency and transparency than existing ones, according to a recent study in the Science and Technology of Advanced Materials (STAM).
- Australian AI startup takes on Google
An Australian software company is so confident its Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology will improve efficiency that it only charges its clients after the program has proved its worth.
- Synergy to use Hitachi solution for data security
Hitachi Data Systems has announced that Western Australian energy provider, Synergy, has selected the company to provide a cost-effective and scalable enterprise infrastructure to meet high levels of data protection, disaster recovery and business continuity.
- IBM announces universal quantum computing system
IBM has announced an initiative to build commercially available universal quantum computing systems.
- New measurement method for instrumentation and complex fluids
Scientists have developed new measurement methods for a specialised, state-of-the-art rheometer that will have wide applications in academic research and industry.
- Servo cable series
Igus has released its CF29 servo cable series – one of several new high-end cable families for continuous motion in e-chains with an outer jacket made of halogen-free TPE.
- Industrial IoT: Changing the way we work
While the concept of smart machines is not exactly new, never has there been such a widespread movement to create large networks of connected machines, writes Richard Ronc, Product Sales Manager at Advantech Australia. However, in the rush to digitise industrial processes and reach the coveted ‘Industry 4.0’, many people are missing the point.
- Chemists improve batteries for renewable energy storage
Chemists from University of Michigan believe redox flow batteries are the best solution to store solar and wind power. Using a predictive model of molecules and their properties, the team has developed a charge-storing molecule around 1000 times more stable than current compounds.
- Scitech appointed new authorised distributor for GreatEyes
Scitech has been appointed the authorised distributor in Australia and New Zealand for GreatEyes, a manufacturer of scientific imaging and spectroscopy cameras.
- Former Santos CEO joins Redflow board
Energy storage specialist Redflow has recruited former Santos managing director and CEO David Knox to its board of directors.
- Seek data shows mining, engineering salaries top rankings
Job search website SEEK has released new data on Australia’s top-paying industries and occupations.
- Australia’s acoustic sensors market set for solid growth
According to a Research and Markets report, the Australia acoustic sensors market is projected to reach USD $60 million by 2018 at a CAGR of 3.54 per cent over the period 2014-2020.
- Conductive ink market in major upheaval
A new report by IDTechEx Conductive Ink Markets 2017-2027: Forecasts, Technologies, Players found the conductive ink/paste industry is in the midst of undergoing major change.
- Most Australian businesses will adopt IoT by 2019 claims Aruba
Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company claims that by 2019, 77 per cent of organisations in Australia will have some form of IoT in place, according to its latest global study, ‘The Internet of Things: Today and Tomorrow’.
- Oxygen analyser
Michell Instruments has released the XZR400 oxygen analyser, designed to measure trace levels of oxygen in pure, inert gases such as nitrogen, argon, helium and carbon dioxide.
- ZTE unveils world’s first 5G mobile
Chinese telecoms giant ZTE has unveiled the Gigabit Phone – the world’s first smartphone compatible with the 5G network.
- HMI workstation range
Eaton has expanded its range of MTL GECMA HMI workstations, introducing two new products – a Thin Client (TC) and Personal Computer (PC) version.
- Industrial panel PC series
Backplane Systems Technology has released Aplex Technology’s new ViTAM Series of industrial grade panel PCs, suitable for food and beverage, manufacturing, factory automation, digital signage and communications.