The preliminary speakers’ list for the new Unlimit3D Conference, to take place May 14 – 15 at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, has been released.
CSIRO has launched a new robotics innovation centre in Queensland to underpin fast developing robotics and automation industries. CSIRO’s Data61’s 600 square metre facility will help develop what is set to be a $23 billion sector globally by 2025. Data61 said the facility would boast capabilities ranging from legged robots and 3D mapping through to…
Monash University spinout Maple Glass Printing is attempting to be the first company offering a glass 3D printer for industrial use. Brent Balinski spoke to co-founder and CEO Darren Feenstra about their story so far.
Brent Balinski spoke to the Australian head of professional services company Genpact about the company’s recent report on artificial intelligence adoption and challenges.
Final trials of listening devices that monitor the health of wind turbines and use satellite communication to transmit data will take place in the coming months ahead of a commercial launch mid year. Adelaide-based startup Ping was awarded an $A170,000 Australian Government Accelerating Commercialisation grant last week to help trial, upscale, connect and launch its…
Final trials of listening devices that monitor the health of wind turbines and use satellite communication to transmit data will take place in the coming months ahead of a commercial launch mid year.
An RMIT PhD candidate has won the Young Defence Innovator Award for a project demonstrating that 3D printed steel cutting tools suitable for machining titanium parts.
Comment by Peter Roberts Occasionally you meet or hear someone who can cut through to the big question facing Australia’s mainly SME manufacturing community – how do I start the journey to industry 4.0? We all know we should be capturing, analysing and feeding back learnings from data in real time to our manufacturing processes.…
The future will deliver a Uber-like scenario for manufacturers and their suppliers, according to the R&D head for one of the biggest computer aided design software companies.
The emphasis in recent times on “disruption” was unwarranted, the co-founder of Square told a Q and A session last week, and it was more productive for companies to focus on inclusion.