- cloud computing
- collaborative robots
- industrie 4.0
- Industry 4.0
- Industry 40
- Lisa lamb
- micro grid
- power grid
- SEW Surodrive
- Solar Power
- University of South Australia
- women in industry
- Women in Industry 2018
- She’ll be right, mate
Sullair goes Aussie for a new campaign for its air compressors as “She’ll be right mate. It’s a Sullair.” becomes their slogan.
- New HMIs to feature MRAM technology
Freescale Semiconductor is providing non-volatile MRAM technology to an industrial touchscreen application developed by Siemens Industry Automation division.
- Ausreo implements KPI/KPD monitoring across Victoria and NSW
The manufacturer of concrete reinforcement products expects the new software platform to integrate performance reporting and connect manufacturing and enterprise level KPI monitoring.
- Life sciences to examine their process engineering
Rockwell Automation will host a forum for life sciences companies to discuss the growing opportunities in manufacturing at its Ninth Annual International Life Sciences Symposium, May 28-29, 2008 at Andel’s Hotel in Prague, Czech Republic.
- A new era for Citect
Citect has appointed Christopher Crowe as its new Chief Executive Officer effective today (1st April, 2008).
- Efficiency becomes standard
Minimum Energy Performance Standards are finally moving towards a global uniform approach.
- Big in Japan
Schneider Electric and Fuji Electric Holding enter in a new strategic partnership in Electrical Distribution and Industrial Control, to penetrate the Japanese market.
- Half a million and counting
More than 500,000 Wonderware software licenses have been deployed around the globe.
- Enterprise analytics from Brisbane conquer US mining
Australian-based Oniqua Pty will work with Newmont Mining Corporation, applying their Analytics Suite of software for standardising data for all their sites and facilitating the implementation of global procedures, benchmarks and site learnings.
- No limits for Limitorque with new Australian deal
Acrodyne and Limitorque have entered into an exclusive agreement to market the complete range of Limitorque electric valve actuator products in Australia.
- New wireless standard draft
The ISA committee will issue the ISA100.11a draft standard for initial work group balloting. It is focused on process industry applications without excluding factory automation.
- Fieldbus Foundation finds new Chair in Australia
Allen Tighe has taken on the Chair role for the Foundation Fieldbus End-User Council Australia, as Jim Russell steps down after nine years and accepts the secretary portfolio.
- Curtin water project wins UNESCO award
A group of Curtin University of Technology postgraduate Electrical Engineering students are the only Australian team to win the Mondialogo Engineering Award with a project that provides a solution to water shortages during the dry season.
- RS updates online catalogue
RS Components has launched its new website and catalogue, enabling maintenance engineers to easily and quickly research, select and order products from RS online.
- Global wastewater player acquires Aussie company
Eimco Water Technologies Limited (EWT), is expanding its Australian business through its acquisition of AJM Environmental Services Pty Ltd.
- Australian process firm plans expansion
Process control, instrumentation and electrical engineering solutions firm MIPAC appoints Eddie De Rivera as Managing Director and introduces two new senior appointments.
- Scholarship winners announced
Cardno has named two of its most outstanding young engineers as joint recipients of the 2008 Cardno Richard Kell Scholarship: Natalie Foley and Christian Forsyth.
- Interoperability tests for FDT certification
The FDT Group continues its activities to bring system providers and device manufacturers together in order to provide the end-users with integrated solutions right out of the box.
- ISA, ready for a marathon
This year’s Engineer Week’s Global Marathon, set to start on Wednesday, 26 March.
- Benzene emissions under control
Invensys has successfully applied simulation software in meeting upcoming the USA’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Mobile Source Air Toxics (MSAT) requirements for benzene emissions.