Imagine the day when you’ll unroll or unfold your smartphone to answer it. If things go to plan, this day may be sooner than you think.
The Australian Manufacturing Workers Union has welcomed the ALP’s announcement on rail procurement.
Coopers’ original brewery site has been honoured through a new barley variety tipped to become the South Australian brewers malt of choice.
Flinders has announced a proposed $50 million Australian Centre for Innovative Manufacturing – a claimed Australian first as a reconfigurable “Future Factory” and a dedicated 4,000 square metre site for Australian companies to test state-of-the-art production technology.
How many times in the past week do you think your life was affected by a robot? Unless you have a robot vacuum cleaner, you might say that robots had no real impact on your life. But you’re wrong.
The Federal Court has ordered Rush Rich pay Treasury Wine Estates, the owner of Penfolds, $375,000 in compensation for imitation of the famous Australian wine brand.
Carbon fibre composite innovator Omni Tanker has gained a $4 million equity investment from the Clean Energy Innovation Fund as part of a $7.9 million capital raising to support its expansion and export growth.
The Coalition will announce $100 million in concessional loans to support recycling by manufacturers, as well as extra funding for Cooperative Research Centres for research projects on recycling.
In movies about ships, a crew feverishly changing their vessel’s name and flag to avoid detection is a common tactic. Nothing so simple could work in reality, right?
Listed Australian company Titomic (ASX:TTT) has announced what it says is the largest titanium 3D printed unmanned aerial vehicle ever made, measuring more than 1.8 metres in diameter.