The federal government has announced it will provide $3.6 million to trial the expansion of a one-year Diploma in Applied Technologies across six universities next year. Developed by Swinburne University of Technology and Siemens, the diploma will be expanded through University of Western Australia, University of Tasmania, University of South Australia, University of Technology Sydney, … Continue reading Government funds training in advanced manufacturing technologies
Mining is making strides in the implementation of digital data-driven systems and processes. PACE talks to Endress+Hauser’s global mining and metals industry manager, Andrew Reese, about how mining is managing its move into the world of the Industrial Internet of Things. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is transforming industries across the world. The mining … Continue reading Mining and the Industrial Internet of Things
Schneider Electric has announced Mauro DelleMonache as the company’s industry automation vice president for the Pacific region. DelleMonache replaces Neil Smith, who has been promoted to the role of SVP process automation in Schneider Electric’s Asia Pacific business. DelleMonache brings over 20 years’ experience working with various industries, and from small, medium to corporate enterprises … Continue reading New Schneider Electric regional industry automation vice president announced
The adoption of new technologies in the mining, oil and gas industries has the potential to provide a $74 billion boost to the Australian economy by 2030 and create more than 80,000 new local jobs, according to a new report. Federal industry, science and technology minister Karen Andrews said Australia has one of the most … Continue reading Industry 4.0 technologies to add $74bn to economy by 2030
Arthur D. Little has published a new research report that highlights the impact digital technology such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), advanced analytics, self-learning systems and the Internet of Things will have on the innovation process. Of the respondents in a global survey, 93 per cent agreed that digital innovation will fully or partly transform their organisation. Leaders … Continue reading Digital technology to transform innovation process, research finds
Samsung has unveiled a prototype for a “digital eye”, built using IBM’s neuromorphic (brain-like) TrueNorth processors.