Austech 2019 will cover every aspect of modern manufacturing, from the smallest of jobshops to the giant original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) – plus of course the suppliers who provide their state-of-the-art technology. This year’s exhibition will feature OEM displays from BAE Systems Australia and Volgren.
University of Sydney agricultural robotics spin-out, Agerris, has raised $6.5 million to commercialise two robot platforms for precision farming.
An algorithm to stabilise small satellites will be tested from Adelaide to advance Australia’s sovereign satellite capabilities.
Australian complementary medicines will be allowed to use the Australian Made logo following a Complementary Medicine Taskforce review to changes in consumer and labelling law.
Listed Australian technology company Calix (ASX: CXL), which is leading EU-supported work developing a process to capture carbon emissions from cement and limestone manufacture, has announced that commissioning of a plant in Belgium has begun on-time and on-budget.
A report on the top 100 manufacturers by revenue for the 2017 – 18 financial year has been released by IBISWorld, with representation led by the food and beverage, chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
South Australian company Micro-X has signed a contract with Thales Group to develop its mobile X-ray products for security purposes.
The manufacturing industry continues to expand, though at a slower rate, according to the Australian Industry Group’s Performance of Manufacturing Index for March.
By Michael Cortie, Physics Discipline Leader, University of Technology Sydney Mention tin and most people would think of the typical tin can, used to preserve foods you store in your cupboards. Tin is used here to help protect the can against corrosion (although not all cans today contain tin). But while the use of tin in canning…
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority will introduce flyer’s licenses and mandatory registration for all drone operators in July.