Backplane Systems Technology has launched Neousys Technology’s Ultra Compact Atom and Pentium Apollo Lake Fanless Embedded Computer, the POC-300 Series.
An Adelaide water treatment company is expanding its zero discharge filtration systems into the municipal sector.
IT provider Empired has undertaken an Internet of Things (IoT) pilot with leading South Australian convenience retailer, Peregrine Corporation, using Microsoft technology. The aim is to enhance customers’ experience and mitigate everyday business risks.
An Australian technology minnow is turning heads here and around the world with one of the first examples of internet of things (IoT) technology that can improve train travel efficiency and safety.
Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions and Bühler, two businesses that focus on the IoT and food industry respectively, are joining forces.
MIT spinoff Nima has developed a portable, highly sensitive gluten sensor that can be used by gluten-intolerant diners in restaurants.
This year’s global economic summit in Davos in Switzerland raised awareness of the opportunities of Industry 4.0 for everyone and not just for manufacturers or those with engineering degrees
While one would hope Sydney’s recent outbreak of Legionnaires’ Disease is an isolated incident, the fact is that over 50 cases have been reported this year.
ABB has announced it has acquired SVIA, a leading provider in the fast-growing market of robot automation cells for machine tending.
Industrialisation has left much of the urban environment contaminated with a variety of heavy metals, chemicals and pesticide residue.
Turck has released a two-wire, DC stainless steel faced sensor with an extended sensing range.
Emerson Process Management has introduced the Rosemount 3051HT Hygienic Pressure Transmitter, a robust and reliable solution for hygienic applications in which regular clean-in-place/sterilise-in-place (CIP/SIP) regimens can cause measurement devices to become unstable, and batch quality to deteriorate.
The LiquiSonic inline analyzer by SensoTech measures precisely and directly in pipes or vessels the concentration of ingredients in beverages and liquid food.
Traditionally, the food and beverage industry relied on mechanical devices to keep solids in suspension. However there is another, simpler way to mix and maintain desired suspension levels.
Schneider Electric was awarded the 2015 Southeast Asia ‘UPS Vendor of the Year’ and ‘UPS Service Provider of the Year’ awards for the fourth consecutive year at the 2015 Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Awards ceremony.
The American Chamber of Commerce in Australia is holding its inaugural Innovation Mission, exploring some of the reasons behind the USA’s tech business success, next month.
Available in SSI or with incremental outputs and equipped with 316 stainless steel housing, the new variant is built to withstand harsh environments such as those involving chemicals or high-pressure water sprays.
With an IP69K degree of protection, MOVIFIT is suitable for harsh manufacturing environments, and is designed to withstand high pressure / high temperature water cleaning.
Designed specifically for food and beverage and any other batch manufacturer, the new software will speed up and optimise how new recipes and recipe variations are adopted and how new products are brought to market.
Boosting efficiency while reducing energy consumption for an animal feed manufacturer won top honours.