- battery storage
- clean water
- Electric Vehicle,
- filter water
- Flinders University,
- flow rates
- Gavin Swadling
- gladys berijiklian
- Heat transfer
- Industry 4.0
- Monash university
- Motion Control Technology
- Nord Maxxdrive
- patch placement
- power grid
- power management
- quantum communications
- Solar Energy
- Steve Worral
- Sydney start up hub
- Tonsley Manufacturing
- VEGA Australia
- VISA logistics
- waster water
- Thermography courses throughout November
Fluke Australia together with RS Components is presenting a series of courses on thermography, designed to educate the industry about thermal imagers and their use.
- Worldwide operation expos heading your way
Wonderware Australia’s parent-company will hold a series of worldwide manufacturing and infrastructure operations conferences, kicking off in North America in October.
- IT company wins $3.6m contract with Royal Mint
The Royal Australian Mint in Canberra has signed Cincom Systems of Australia to upgrade its IT Business System as part of a $3.6 million ‘modernisation program’ which includes a new material handling system.
- Multinational involved in fraud scandal, again
Global German powerhouse Siemens has been caught in a tax fraud disaster involving company executives paying millions of dollars to German industry unions, according to European press.
- Process company donates to university
Invensys Process Systems (IPS) has donated its InFusion enterprise control technology for use in the United States-based University of Massachusetts Lowell BioManufacturing Center for pharmaceutical research.
- Alternative to explosive fertiliser found
Honeywell International in the United States has found an alternative to explosive fertiliser, according to a Reuters report.
- Automation provider named best in Asia Pacific
Industrial automation provider, Rockwell Automation, can add another notch to its belt since being awarded a fourth Frost & Sullivan Best Practice Award in the PLC category.
- Compressor supplier says OH&S is not enough
Compressed air specialist Champion Compressors has hired a new state manager who will work to ramp-up the company’s occupational health and safety (OH&S).
- New state manager for compressor company
Champion Compressors has added a new state manager to its group to enhance the company’s “technological edge”.
- Worldwide process conference kicks-off
The 2008 Emerson Exchange Conference will kick off on Monday 29th October in Washington DC, with delegates from around the world gathering to attend courses, management sessions and industry forums.
- QMan providing solutions for MRP problems
Software provider for manufacturing resource planning (MRP) and demand-driven manufacturing will be displayed by Cincom Enterprise Management at the Queensland Manufacturing Conference (QMan).
- Hybrid stepper motors for medical applications
Improvements in hybrid stepper motors foster better medical-equipment designs, according to Portescap.
- Biggest industry robotics show ever
An exhibition dedicated soleley to robotics in industry will be held next year in Bremen, Germany, where robotics manufacturers, engineers and buyers can gather to learn and teach the latest in robotics findings.
- Water re-use project gets outback community nod
Recharged aquifers show how to create valuable water bank for community and industry use.
- Energy services company to lever oil venture
Energy services company Production Services Network (PSN) has secured a multimillion US dollar project management contract with SEREPT, a joint venture between a Tunisian natural oil company and Austria’s OMV.
- Control manufacturers to seek help at QMan
Enterprise Connect which offers Queensland manufacturers business reviews to maximise their potential will be explained at the Queensland Manufacturer’s Conference (QMan).
- Data analysis package with signal analysers
MATLAB data analysis software will now come with all purchases of Agilent Technologies Inc’s EXA, MXA and PSA signal analysers.
- PLCs & soft control components wanted
PACE magazine is currently seeking information about new PLCs and soft control components for inclusion in the magazine.
- Copper plant chooses control company
Process control company Mipac will be implementing control strategies to improve process performance at Birla’s Nifty Copper Operation in Western Australia.
- Signal company changes tact
Belden held a Singapore Night Safari themed dinner for the company’s SouthEast Asia distributors last month, with CEO John Stroup announcing Belden has transformed into a signal transmission solution company.