In August David Chuter, CEO and managing director of the Innovative Manufacturing CRC, had the privilege of participating in the inaugural conference of the Industry 4.0 Advanced Manufacturing Forum. One of the highlights was the Forum’s panel discussion about ‘Industry 4.0 Foresight’ in which he highlighted the imperative for Australian manufacturers to join the Industry 4.0 movement.
The Innovative Manufacturing Co-operative Research Centre is living up to its promise of driving industrial transformation, reporting $140 million worth of manufacturing research underway by June 30 this year. In its annual yearly highlights just released, CEO David Chuter reported a further $23 million of government cash had been invested alongside industry to create new…
Brent Balinski spoke to Singapore Manufacturing Federation President Douglas Foo about keeping the sector relevant.
By Stuart Corner of IoT Australia GSMA Global mobile industry body, GSMA says its APAC IoT partnership programme has doubled in size in less than a year, to more than thirty mobile operators, making it the largest cross-regional IoT community in the world. The programme, launched in October 2018, brings operators, developers, manufacturers and system…
A two-year project linking an award-winning crane load management manufacturer and robotics experts at Queensland University of Technology has been announced.
A new report commissioned by two of the Industry Growth Centres has calculated the economic impact – 80,000 new jobs and $74 billion in economic value created – of adopting Industry 4.0 within the mining and oil and gas sectors.
We are entering a new era of business related technologies that will change how very many of us work, how business models operate, and which of these business approaches wins and loses.
CSIRO has announced the launch of a new Mixed Reality Lab to apply “digital twin” techniques.
Swinburne University of Technology’s Industry 4.0 Initiative has been recognised at the 14th Australian Business Awards.
Internet of Things (IoT) lighting systems manufacturer Vivid Technology (ASX: VIV) has called in the administrators after failing to secure sources of long-term funding to support the business. The company, which makes intelligent LED lighting systems and software, appointed SV Partners as voluntary administrators after a three month search for funding support. The company shares…