The federal government has announced a $1.9 million grant to Digital Coaching International to build an online forum advising small businesses on digital technology adoption.
Technologies and tools for a manufacturing transformation – preparing for tomorrow with digital solutions by Ben Tan
In today’s second 3D printing-related contribution to @AuManufacturing’s “technologies and tools…” series, Ben Tan looks at supply chains and workflows now and post-pandemic.
Manufacturers are using 3D printing (AKA additive manufacturing) methods to serve a wide variety of industries and applications. In this edition of @AuManufacturing’s “technologies and tools…” series, Michael Sharpe looks at some of the advantages of adopting 3D printing, and two Australian companies successfully applying it to medical uses.
Traffic light and control systems manufacturer Traffic Technologies has won a $900,000 order from Ausgrid to supply 5,000 ‘smart city ready’ LED street lights in New South Wales. The order, of so called P and V or pedestrian and vehicle category lights, will join 250,000 street and road lights owned by Ausgrid. Of the 2.3…
The future of jobs has been used to justify the major changes to university education announced last week. Fees for courses that, according to the government, lead to jobs with a great future will fall, while those with a poor future will rise.
Exclusive by Peter Roberts Hydrogen vehicle developer H2X has named its first manufacturing partner, Elvin Group Renewables, which will manufacture clean, green hydrogen electrolysers for the Australian market. The electrolysers will be scalable from small household units, to those capable of being sited at a service station where they could be used to refuel hydrogen…