- alternative fuel
- Amira Global
- B2B marketing
- carbon emissions
- Chief Engineer
- content marketing
- Covid impact survey
- Deakin uni
- Deakin University
- Design Software
- Electric Vehicle,
- electronic chips
- Engineers Australia
- flow meters
- hydrogen fuel
- industry insights
- marketing strategy
- Organic material
- Process Control
- Quantum engineering
- research and development
- Solar interngy
- Solar Power
- toxic water
- warwick farm
- waste water
- wind power
- 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.
- Champ goes to Hong Kong
Champion Compressors adds Hong Kong to its global network of technical and sales support centres.
- Strategies for remote communities
A new report says that remote communities that acknowledge and deal with skilled labour shortages are more likely to thrive.
- Innovation at Austech 2008
The annual event will allow visitors to learn how to do things better and smarter, says the Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute.
- A year for training
Endress+Hauser is offering a series of automation and instrumentation training sessions through the year, aimed at engineers, managers and maintenance teams.
- 100 years of innovation at the Great Ocean Road
Registration is now open for Invensys Process Systems’ Australian Customer Conference in Lorne, Victoria, May 5-7.
- New Japanese leadership for Yokogawa
Yokogawa Australia appoints Kazuaki Tsuji as Deputy Managing Director.
- Thies challenges women
Thiess celebrated the International Women’s Day by calling on its employees to come up with plans and ideas on how to create a more attractive and flexible work environment for women.
- Invensys demonstrates new capabilities of simulator
The new software solution combines the precision of conventional oil simulation software to the unique and specialised processing and modeling requirements of heavy oils, and it was demonstrated at the World Heavy Oils Congress in Edmonton this week.
- Mission brings Australian engineering closer to China and Korea
Delegates from the Victorian Government-backed Australian Engineering Network (AUSEN) trade mission to China have returned to Australia after ten days of solid trade talks with Chinese and Korean government officials and business leaders.
- Looking for new leaders
ABB Australia relaunches its Graduate Program in order to recruit and develop its future leaders.
- Dial KPI for performance
US-based Operational performance management launches its first Asia Pacific offices in Brisbane and Perth.
- Introduction to graphical programming
Create custom test, measurement, and control applications easily with LabVIEW graphical development.
- Westek passes Vitrek’s test
Vitrek Corporation has appointed Westek Electronics as Australian Representative for their electrical safety testers and other test equipment.
- InMotion moves into the NZ and South American markets
Brisbane-based InMotion Engineering extends its international reach into New Zealand and South America with the deployment of a new Sales and Accounts Manager who will be based in Auckland.
- Impact to operations, a main concern
Impact to plant operations is the leading consideration when upgrading process automation systems, according to recent research. Other very important considerations: manufacturing cost pressures, changes in the process, and getting needed bug fixes.
- Wonderware alliance for energy management
Wonderware System Platform 3.0 software will be integrated with i.LON’s SmartServer from Echelon Corp, enabling the applications to address energy conservation management activities across a wide range of commercial and industrial facilities.
- Focus must be on productivity improvement enablers
The ARC Advisory Group advises that manufacturing companies must begin to deploy appropriate automation systems and enterprise solutions along with other productivity tools.
- ABB fertilises Chile
ABB wins a contract worth about $123 million to design, construct, and provide automation for a new fertiliser processing plant in Chile for SQM (Sociedad Quimica y Minera de Chile).