- 2019-20 Budget
- artificial intelligence
- CSIRO Data61
- cyber threat
- endeavour awards
- energy storage
- Federal Budget
- fusion energy
- Hannover Messe
- hydrogen energy
- industrial internet of things
- Industry 4.0
- smart cities
- smart city
- space industry
- Space research
- Swinburne University
- University of South Australia
- water treatment,
- Women in STEM
- Weighing specialist company becomes ‘active’
Total Engineering Systems changes its trading name to Active Weighing Solutions, to better reflect the nature of their business.
- Melbourne to host the first Automotive Solutions Conference
National Instruments Oceania will host its first annual Automotive Solutions Conference in Melbourne on Tuesday 13th November 2007.
- SKM receives award for its Latin American efforts
Australian engineering, project delivery and sciences firm, Sinclair Knight Merz (SKM) has won the Export Award-Corporate as part of the Australia Latin America Awards.
- Drives specialist opens Australian operation
Power Electronics Australia starts with offices in Brisbane and Adelaide, carrying full stock locally up to 400kW.
- National Instruments’ driver alliance
National Instruments and Anritsu Company will develop LabVIEW Plug and Play and LabWindows/CVI instrument drivers for Anritsu RF and wireless communications test instruments.
- Award for Mechatronics Automation lecturer at Curtin
Dr Euan Lindsay has won one of the 2007 Carrick Awards for Australian University Teaching (CAAUT) Early Career Award winners.
- Aussie Mining sustainability discussed in Chile
David Welsh, SKM Minmetal’s Operations Centre Manager, Water and Environment, will be presenting on mining sustainability issues at the Mine Closure Conference in Santiago, Chile, 16 – 19 October, 2007.
- Greenhouse Challenge with a plus
Integrated engineering and services provider Thiess has received a Greenhouse Challenge Plus special commendation.
- Alternative Waste plant, to be controlled by ABB
ABB’s automation solution System 800xA will control an Alternative Waste Technology (AWT) facility to be based in Shenton Park, Western Australia.
- Schneider’s commitment to women
Schneider Electric’s participation in the Women’s Forum in Deauville this month confirms its engagement to promote the place of women within the company and its commited action in favour of greater professional equality and the importance of China -which will be represented by a delegation of 50- in its strategy of growth.
- In conversation with John Immelman, Endress+Hauser
We present the rest of our interview with E+H Australia’s Managing Director (originally published in PACE October 2007)
- Moore’s sensor giveaway
Moore Industries announces a free sensor giveaway; qualified users can obtain a free WORM flexible RTD or thermocouple sensor.
- Moxa distributor CrispTech opens office in Sydney
CrispTech has opened a new Sydney office, increasing their ability to support the NSW market place with their industrial communications products.
- ‘Real’ innovation wins prize in Switzerland
An Australian Endress+Hauser inventor was recognised at an European Innovators Meeting.
- Wireless summit for the Asia Pacific region
Invensys Process Systems will be one of the sponsors of the Asia Pacific Industrial Wireless Technology Summit 2007 in Kuala Lumpur on 14th and 15th November.
- Schneider behind Gore-supported initiative
Schneider Electric is a foundation member of the FEX-SIM initiative, which was launched by Al Gore, former Vice President of the United States.
- China certifies Rockwell’s safety products
Rockwell Automation received the China Compulsory Certification (CCC) mark for a majority of its safety product lines.
- Safety Manager appointed at Yokogawa
Yokogawa has appointed Andy Yam as National Safety Systems Manager for their Australian Operations.
- ABB, thankful for the MUSIC
ABB’s System 800xA Extended Automation AC 800M controller has achieved Mu Security’s Industrial Control (MUSIC) Foundation-level Certification.
- MathWorks seminars, around the corner
The MathWorks will be holding Simulink and MATLAB seminars throughout the country this month.