- Australian Space Agency
- battery storage
- Beckhoff Automation
- Cyber Security
- energy storage
- hydrogen energy
- Hydrogen industry
- machine learning
- Renewable Energy
- Solar Energy
- solar farm
- Solar Power
- South Australia
- space industry
- Swinburne University of Technology
- University of Adelaide
- Water Management
- Western Australia
- Moore and Emerson’s fieldbus deal
MooreHawke, a division of Moore Industries-International, Inc., and Emerson Process Management have signed an Alliance Agreement to co-market MooreHawke fieldbus interface solutions through Emerson’s worldwide sales network.
- Planting engineering seeds in high school
A new DVD and teaching resource kit developed by the Association of the Consulting Engineers Australia was launched by NSW Minister for Education and Training, John Della Bosca.
- Sustainable race across Australia
The Panasonic World Solar Challenge (PWSC) will run from Darwin to Adelaide from 21 to 28 October.
- Time out with The MathWorks
We present you the rest of our interview with Andrew Clay, managing director of The MathWorks Australia, originally presented in the September 2007 issue of PACE.
- New accelerated engineering degrees
Murdoch University will offer a compressed engineering degree, which will allow students to complete their studies in three years instead of four.
- Airline inventory management will save money
Honeywell has made an agreement with The Boeing Company that will help airlines drive down maintenance costs by providing expendable parts.
- Emerson and Cisco’s wireless alliance
Emerson Process Management is collaborating with Cisco to offer open-standard solutions for wireless process and plant management applications.
- AMS’s Management quality is now official
AMS Instrumentation & Calibration was awarded the prestigious International Organization for Standards (ISO) 9001:2000 certification for the Company’s Quality Management System by Lloyd’s Register.
- IT company’s interstate expansion
Specialist IT reseller Powerfirm expands its operation in the south-western states of Australia, appointing new State Managers.
- Toyota further commits to model-based design
Toyota and their primary automotive electronics supplier DENSO have been successful in their efforts to transition to the MathWorks R2006b release to support their automotive mass production programs.
- Environmental management coming to the Gold Coast
Five hundred delegates and 40 exhibitors will gather in Queensland from Wednesday 27 to Friday 29 February 2008 for the EcoForum Conference & Exhibition.
- NECA comes to Canberra
The National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA) NSW Chapter will establish a permanent home in the ACT for its NSW-based Group Training Company.
- Schneider’s green polar station
Schneider Electric provides the electrical distribution and building utilities management for Princess Elisabeth, the first “Zero Emission” scientific research station.
- Solid design conference next week in Melbourne
Intercad will host SolidWorks World Australia 2007 in Melbourne next Monday; designers, engineers and manufacturers will hear about, and see in action, the latest advances in design technology.
- InMotion merges with Mercer
Brisbane-based InMotion Engineering has merged with manufacturing technology and stainless-steel solutions company Mercer Technologies.
- Champion Compressors’ new Champ
Compressed air technology group Champion Compressors unveils a new public image, comprising a new company slogan, a refreshing new colour scheme, and a company mascot–Champ, the Blue Heeler.
- Lego Mindstorms robots, improved
National Instruments and the LEGO Group have updated the software for their LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT robotics invention system.
- Competition for wireless 4G definition takes shape
A market research firm says there are already clear contenders for the designation of the official definition of wireless 4G technology in 2008-2009
- Siemens showcases gearless drives for grinding mills
The German company will present its solutions for the mining industry at AIMEX 2007 this week in Sydney.
- IEC’s energy efficiency discussion forum
The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) sets up an independent community website devoted to electrical energy efficiency.