Ten ‘innovative’ manufacturers are sharing in more than $5.7 million in funding from the Federal Government to help commercialise their great ideas, to scale up their operations and bring their products to market.
Konica Minolta Australia is assisting the University of New South Wales Materials and Manufacturing Futures Institute (MMFI) address industry needs through the supply and support of 3D printing technology to assist with rapid prototyping and manufacture of end-use products.
Global security vendor Nozomi Networks has completed an integration with digital workflow company ServiceNow designed to help manufacturers deliver next-generation operational efficiencies and resilience.
One in six Australian businesses are affected by the coronavirus outbreak, with the Government decision stopping all direct commercial flights to China already striking several industries, according to newly published research.
The Victorian Government has announced funding of $2 million for Swinburne University for setting up the Advanced Manufacturing Industry 4.0 Hub at the university to run training courses in a number of areas using advanced technologies, including smart robotics.
Customer-led, digital-centric global markets are posing new challenges for businesses with analyst firm Forrester warning that some companies may be doing “too little or going too slowly” to deal with the changes sweeping markets all over the world.
Australian battery technology company, Nano-Nouvelle, has established agreements with specialist US manufacturers to test how its innovative 3D nanotechnology can improve the performance of their batteries.
Collaborative research network group META has teamed up with the CSIRO to launch an Internet-enabled manufacturing hub aimed at opening up new business opportunities for Australian manufacturers and to increase productivity across their value-chains.
BlackBerry has not been realising the fruit of its labors for years now and its days of being a handset manufacturer might finally be numbered, with the beleagured company's CEO declaring that he will cease making devices if they can't turn a profit.
While all the talk has been around Intel's all-powerful Haswell chips, future Android tablets with new Atom chips will be as low as $100, Intel said today.
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