- ABB Equipment
- ABB software
- Cancer manufacturing
- china blockchain
- circuit breaker
- communications protocol
- driverless cars
- HVAC Systems
- Magnetic Flow Meter
- Manufacturing hub
- Panel PC
- plant optimisation
- power blackout
- Silex systems
- Sunlight readable PC
- TE Connectivity
- Thermal silicon
- Training and Education
- vacuum trap
- Free tickets to Making Australia’s Future!
Australian Made is giving away 50 free tickets to the Making Australia’s Future Conference at Melbourne University this November 29 – but you’ll have to get in quick!
- Free download from Autodesk
Autodesk, Inc. is offering a technology preview release of Autodesk Inventor LT software; only 5,000 downloads will be available.
- ICEX to be part of NMW in 2008/9
ICEX, the exhibition section of the Institute of Intrumentation, Control and Automation Australia (IICA) will again be part of National Manufacturing Week for the next two years.
- CSIRO Mining Chief, honored by AATSE
Dr Peter Lilly FTSE, Chief of the CSIRO Division of Exploration and Mining, has been elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering.
- Strachan to head Vipac Engineers and Scientists in Melbourne
Stuart Strachan has joined multidisciplinary engineering consultancy firm, Vipac Engineers and Scientists Limited as General Manager for its Melbourne practice.
- Women in Manufacturing will step up again in 2008
The Women in Manufacturing Stepping Up Program, facilitated by apics NSW and subsidised by the NSW Department of State and Regional Development (DSRD), will be offered again during 2008.
- Australian leads the engineers of the world
Adelaide-based engineer, Barry Grear AO, will take-up a two-year appointment tomorrow as the President of the World Federation of Engineering Organisations, at the general assembly meeting in New Delhi, India. Barry Grear is the first Australian to be elected President.
- Help ISA, win iPod
ISA is looking for ideas on how to change the image of automation professionals, to make it more appealing for today’s youth.
- Schneider signs agreement to support disabled
Schneider Electric’s management and labour organisations have signed a group agreement as part of their commitment to employing the disabled. The agreement will include the company’s subsidiaries for the first time.
- Wonderware has a new president
Sudipta Bhattacharya is the new president of Wonderware, reporting to Ulf Henriksson, CEO of Invensys.
- Fluke donates multimeters through education program
Fluke Australia will donate new high-performance logging digital multimeters to educational institutions through a new Fluke education grant program.
- Chappelow joins Scale Components
Ray Chappelow is the newProduct Manager for Measurement Information Systems at Scale Components
- Australia’s manufacturing future to be discussed in Melbourne
Making Australia’s Future, a conference designed to provide engineers and strategists in Australia’s manufacturing sector with the best advice on pertinent industry issues.
- Rockwell acquires Pavilion
Rockwell Automation has bought Pavilion Technologies, Inc.; the terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
- Berg to head Baldor’s Asia Pacific operations
Baldor has appointed Daniel Berg as Managing Director of its newly combined Asia Pacific operations.
- MESA recognises GE Fanuc’s Manager’s contribution
Charlie Gifford, GE Fanuc’s Director of Lean Production Management, was presented with the MESA Outstanding Contribution Award – Technical Content 2007 at the organisation’s annual conference in Orlando, Florida.
- New Account Manager at InMotion
InMotion Engineering has appointed Evan Harvey as their new National Account Manager.
- Moxa on sale
CrispTech drops the price of practically all the Moxa product range.
- SEW Australia is officially 25
SEW-Eurodrive celebrated its 25 years in Australia with over 500 guests at Melbourne’s Moonee Valley racecourse.
- Machine Vision to be presented in Melbourne
Adept Electronic Solutions will celebrate the launch of their new Melbourne office with their Machine Vision Day on November 22.