Reed Exhibitions, the organisers of the recently-postponed Australian Manufacturing Expo event, has given the rescheduled dates as November 18 – 20.
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The annual list compiled by IBISWorld of Australia’s top 100 manufacturers has been released, revealing the revenue leaders in a sector sized at $413.9 billion, nearly 104,000 businesses, and a workforce of over 964,000 people.
Wednesday is the first UNESCO World Engineering for Sustainable Development Day, with the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering has used the occasion to highlight the importance of engineers in Australia’s waste management challenges. Engineers would play a key role in the country turning its waste – currently totally 67 million tonnes a year…
Australia Post has added its name to the list of companies moving away from virgin polymers, announcing that all of its plastic satchels will be made from recycled plastic by next year.
AMX2020 will run from May 13 to May 15 at the Sydney Showground, and cover themes including automation and robotics, industrial IoT, and government grants.
A $2.9 million project led by ASC Shipbuilding will develop “cutting-edge manufacturing technologies” for use on the Future Frigates program.
Tests of a spray-on product using recycled tyres are being conducted on Tuesday morning at the country’s only blast simulation facility. The National Facility for Physical Blast Simulation at the University of Wollongong is hosting trials of a sprayable version of Protectiflex, a cementitious composite material using recycled tyre rubber and fibres. The product…
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.
An update on the progress and future of the bionic eye – a prototype of which has restored “a sense of vision” to blind patients – has been given by the lead on the project at the Centre for Eye Research Australia and is now available.