Monday briefs – stories you might have missed

Carbon Revolution on the ASX One-piece carbon fibre wheel manufacturer Carbon Revolution (ASX:CBR) made its much-anticipated listing on the Australian share market on Friday. Carbon Revolution employs 346 and is based at Deakin University’s Waurn Ponds campus. It was founded by a group of Deakin engineering students in 2007, and makes wheels for Ferrari, Ford…

Four predictions for 2020

It’s the beginning of December, meaning it’s time for news websites and others to look back and make sense of the year that’s nearly through, or to speculate about the one coming up. We have the same access to a functioning crystal ball as anybody else, but will take a punt on four developments for 2020.

Inovor Technologies to supply Defence satellite bus

South Australia’s Inovor technologies will supply the defence department with a satellite bus that will be used to house equipment in space for the Buccaneer Main Mission. Inovor, which provides turnkey nanosatellite solutions for clients using its Apogee nanosatellite bus (pictured), will supply the equipment under a $2.5 million contract. The company beat out international…

K-Tig signs first South East Asian welding as a service customer

High-speed welding technology developer K-TIG (ASX: KTG) has signed its first South East Asian customer for its welding as a service (Waas) licensing model. Singapore’s Steel-Ti Precision Welding will build a new manufacturing facility in Singapore to be completed in 2020. This will build high value tanks and vessels for oil & gas, aviation and…

Deloitte Australia teams up with IoTium

By Stuart Corner of IoT Australia Deloitte Australia has teamed up with California based IoT startup ioTium to exploit opportunities in industrial IoT. The two say they will jointly deliver the foundational infrastructure to support technology implementation and services that enable end-to-end secure digitisation of industrial IoT (IIoT) platforms for Australian organisations in healthcare, energy,…