Truckers, miners, bus operators and rubbish collectors across Australia are helping edge a device designed to save fuel and slash emissions closer to commercialisation.
The NSW government has approved a new industrial precinct, one of 12 planned for the Western Sydney Aerotropolis.
Technologies and tools for a manufacturing transformation: Lessons to shape the future by Carl de Koning
On day two of our new series, aimed at helping businesses transform their operations to compete and grow through new tools and technologies, we hear from Carl de Koning. He lays out eight characteristics important to advanced manufacturers. Over the past 40 years, I have had the privilege of working for three exceptional companies: Air…
At least 1,241 tonnes of microplastics are dumped into Aussie farmland every year from wastewater sludge
Every year, treated wastewater sludge called “biosolids” is recycled and spread over agricultural land. My recent research discovered this practice dumps thousands of tonnes of microplastics into farmlands around the world. In Australia, we estimate this amount as at least 1,241 tonnes per year.
A team from Griffith University has developed a low-cost ventilator and published the open-source design on GitHub.
Technologies and tools for a manufacturing transformation: why it’s important to commercialise new materials by Gary Walsh
@AuManufacturing’s highly successful new deal plan for manufacturing was aimed at Australia’s policy makers. Our new series, crowd sourced advice from our manufacturing community, aims to help businesses transform their operations to compete and grow through new tools and technologies. Here Gary Walsh explains why it’s important to commercialise new materials by taking ideas out of the lab and into industrial reality
It’s being reported that Sanjay Gupta has begun a review of GFG Alliance’s Whyalla steel plant, which has suffered losses exacerbated by the Covid-19 downturn, in an attempt to make it run as leanly as possible ahead of a planned new plant opening in 2024.
Interest from local suppliers in Phase 3 of LAND 400 appears strong, with the federal government announcing “a record” 400-plus participants, despite a pandemic, in the Australian Industry Capability Roadshow running from March to May.
Technologies and tools for a manufacturing transformation: next steps to competitiveness by Rowan Lamont
Following our successful new deal plan series, @AuManufacturing is crowd sourcing advice from its community on how to reshape the industry through new tools and technologies. The first article in this new series is from Rowan Lamont, who suggests ways to better create products that customers attribute value to.
Based in Adelaide, South Australia, health technology company LBT Innovations told investors this morning it had completed the sale to Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis