- advanced manufacturing
- battery storage
- Beckhoff Automation
- Cyber Security
- digital technology
- energy storage
- Industry 4.0
- Process Control
- Renewable Energy
- research and development
- Schneider Electric
- Solar Power
- South Australia
- space industry
- University of Adelaide
- Water Management
- Western Australia
- 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.
- Mining Centre at CQU
The Federal Government will provide $5 million of funding for a $9 million Mining Simulator Research, Development and Training Centre at Central Queensland University’s Mackay campus.
- CSIRO’s new division
CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering (CMSE) division has been formed to support Australia’s manufacturing industry, from the amalgamation of Melbourne-based Manufacturing and Materials Technology and Sydney-based Industrial Physics.
- Thermal imaging camera deal for Emona
Emona Instruments has reached an agreement with Electrophysics Corp for the HotShot range of infrared thermal imaging cameras.
- AirXpert, a compressed air guide on CD
Champion Compressors has released a CD-based customer service resource called ‘AirXpert’.
- Udstuen back at GE Fanuc
Erik Udstuen rejoins GE Fanuc Automation to lead its software business.
- Motivating future engineers
ATSE has launched a campaign to make science courses more relevant to secondary school students and to counter their lack of motivation to study science.
- Three engineers join Danfoss Australia
Tim Makris, Vlad Zilberg and Fong Yee Chang join the Danish based company.
- Fieldbus, HART, Profibus join forces for wireless
The Fieldbus Foundation has joined the HART Communication Foundation and Profibus Nutzerorganisation e.V. (PNO) in a cooperative initiative for wireless technology in the manufacturing and process industries.