Working smarter with data – AI gives agriculture the competitive edge

@AuManufacturing‘s editorial series, ‘Working smarter with data‘, continues today with agriculture, where hardware, software and data are driving massive change. Here, Tony Blackie profiles Green Atlas and its use of Artificial Intelligence. Artificial Intelligence is becoming an essential tool for Australian farmers with increasing numbers embracing new technology to gain a competitive edge. University researchers…

Frigate project sparks $10 million manufacturing accelerator plan

The construction of Hunter class frigates in Adelaide in a new all-digital shipyard has sparked the creation of a first-of-its-kind advanced manufacturing accelerator located at the Tonsley Innovation District. Tonsley, already a thriving advanced education and industrial zone, will host the development of the Line Zero – Factory of the Future, a collaboration between the…

Hope for Immuron anti-diarrhoea vaccine

Biotechnology company Immuron has announced positive results for its anti-diarrhoea vaccine in targeting the main bacteria responsible for sickness that besets international travellers and personnel stationed overseas such as the military. The United States Naval Research Centre (NMRC) has completed analysis of cows vaccinated against Campylobacter and Entereotoxigenic Escherichia coli, noting a ‘robust immune response’.…

Altech Chemicals raises cash, moves to develop battery anode material

Altech Chemicals is deepening its involvement in the battery metals business, announcing a collaboration agreement with a leading silicon metal producer to develop a high capacity, long cycle life silicon battery anode material. At the same time Altech launched a $14.5 million partially underwritten pro-rata share entitlement offer. Major shareholders have taken up or underwritten…