Recently-released figures show no improvement in Australian purchases of industrial robots, and other nations seem to be upping their investment as they adapt to the pandemic. Brent Balinski looks at some recent trends in this part of our Robotics adoption matters series.
To round out the first week of @AuManufacturing’s Robotics adoption matters series, Associate Professor Glenda Amayo Caldwell discusses the link between design and robotics.
Robotics adoption matters: why smart factories and robotics are the future of Australian manufacturing
Today @AuManufacturing’s Robotics adoption matters series turns to the collection and use of manufacturers’ data and the improvements this can bring. Jakes Mantle explains.
The federal government has extended an advanced apprenticeship pilot, involving six universities and industry partners, with the next intake of students to begin early next year.
Just staying afloat has been a big enough challenge for many industry sectors this year. Let alone doing that while also improving customer satisfaction, being committed to workforce development and becoming more sustainable.
In this part of @AuManufacturing’s Australia’s niche champions series, Simon Dawson shares three three points consistently raised in conversations with SMEs, each worth considering in terms of successful niche manufacturing.
US researchers have used machine learning and computer vision to develop a tool for real-time quality assessment of parts being built in a 3D printer.
Graphene applications company Imagine Intelligent Materials will demonstrate a new social distancing solution today at a cafe in Geelong.
RMIT and Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology IWS have signed a partnership on staff and student exchanges focussing on additive manufacturing.
RMIT, Siemens and Festo have signed a memorandum of understanding to cooperate on workforce transformation topics and establish an Industrial Transformation Hub at RMIT’s Advanced Manufacturing Precinct in Carlton.