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- All about T-BOX
Semaphore has published new literature for its T-BOX Lite SCADA System, a compact product for remote monitoring and control applications.
- National Instruments ranks as Top 100 workplace
FORTUNE magazine’s latest annual ranking of the top 100 companies to work for ranked the Austin-based company as number 79. This is the ninth consecutive year NI has made FORTUNE’s ‘100 Best Companies to Work For’ list.
- Air for clean coal
Linc Energy, has installed three Boge screw compressors at a coal tenement site in Queensland. Assisting Linc Energy in the extraction of syngas, the Boge compressors supply a constant stream of air which powers the Underground Coal Gasification process.
- Aussie expertise in action in Brazil
Sinclair Knight Merz (SKM) has applied its extensive iron ore experience gained in the Pilbara to Brazil.
- PLC training, a ‘Real Game’
Portugese company Real Games has developed a PLC training system
- ABB tops automation market
The ARC Advisory Group has ranked ABB in the leading worldwide market position in the broad process automation market.
- Wireless trends for Test & Measurement, analysed
A new report from Frost & Sullivan provides a holistic view of the wireless industry along with the revenue forecasts for the various segments, latest technological developments, and market trends in the industry.
- Industrial Ethernet migrating to devices
The migration into the device or I/O level of the automation network hierarchy signals its continued march downward in the enterprise architecture.
- Working towards multicore standards
National Instruments joins The Multicore Association, a nonprofit organization focused on shortening time to market for products that involve multicore implementations, by developing standards.
- Wireless health risks need research
As industrial wireless is on the rise, a US report requested by the Food and Drug Administration calls for more research on the potential health effects of exposure to radio frequency energy tied to wireless technology.
- In the Defence of Process Control & SCADA
Industrial Defender starts a partnership program for real-time process control/SCADA companies to collaborate in comprehensive integrated cyber security solutions.
- CSIA membership’s record growth
The Control System Integrators Association (CSIA) broke its membership records in 2007, extending its global reach to Australia.
- Rapid Start for Honeywell
Honeywell becomes a Rapid Start licensee under Intermec Technologies’ RFID patents following its acquisition of Hand Held Products, Inc.
- BOGE at NMW
BOGE Compressors joins the list of exhibitors at NMW 2008.
- Calibration CD-ROM available now
Beamex released a Multimedia CD-ROM that introduces their automated calibration solution step-by-step.
- Upcoming Forum on mining sensors and processes
Endress+Hauser will host two Australian Mining Automation Forums late February 2008 in Brisbane and Perth, focusing on sensing technology for grinding and milling, wet processing, leaching and tailings separation.
- Emerson, energy responsible
Emerson Process Management introduces an ‘energy responsible’ pneumatic controller that can decrease the amount of pressurised air or natural gas lost to the atmosphere.
- New leadership for URS Asia Pacific
Engineering consulting firm URS has appointed David Williamson as their new Senior Vice President and Managing Director for the Asia Pacific Regional Business Unit, based in Sydney.
- Big year for Schneider
Schneider Electric worldwide sales for 2007 rose 26.1%, double the result for 2003. Automation & Control, up 9.4%
- ABB, desalinating the Gold Coast
ABB water-cooled motors and drives will power the first large-scale desalination plant on the east coast. ABB is also supplying the low voltage drives for all the pump applications at the plant.