Sunday, March 3, 2024

Quantum Brilliance secures $18 Million USD in funding to advance miniaturised quantum computers

Quantum Brilliance, the leading developer of room-temperature miniaturised quantum computing products and solutions, today announced an $18 million USD fundraise. Investors include Breakthrough Victoria, Main Sequence, Investible, Ultratech Capital Partners, MA Growth Ventures, Jelix Ventures, Rampersand and CM Equity Partners. 

IT consulting specialist SOCO helps Australian manufacturers charge into the future with modern ERP...

SOCO will be hosting the event “Charging into the Future: Modern ERP for Manufacturers” on Wednesday, 8 March 2023 at the Microsoft Melbourne office.

Johnson Screens flushed with success

Johnson Screens, an Aqseptence Group brand, is a global leader in water filtration and separation products. Johnson Screens offers a comprehensive range of solutions for the wastewater management industry, backed by over 100 years of design, manufacturing, service and sales experience. 

Can caravan parks be the answer to EV charging infrastructure?

Caravan Industry Association of Australia believes the answer to future regional connectivity is through the caravanning industry, with calls for support on transforming its national caravan park network into a fast charge super network.

Cicada Innovations acquires Tech23, celebrates $5.7b in combined capital raised

Australia's national deep tech incubator Cicada Innovations has acquired custodianship of Australia’s longest-running annual deep technology conference Tech23 as the capital raised by their deep tech companies eclipses $5.7 billion.

Stellantis signs binding agreement with Element 25 for Manganese Sulphate supply for electric vehicle...

Stellantis and Element 25 recently announced the signing of a binding agreement for Element 25 to supply battery-grade, high-purity manganese sulphate monohydrate to Stellantis for use in electric vehicle (EV) battery packs.

The world is entering a new age of clean technology manufacturing, and countries’ industrial...

The energy world is at the dawn of a new industrial age – the age of clean energy technology manufacturing – that is creating major new markets and millions of jobs but also raising new risks, prompting countries across the globe to devise industrial strategies to secure their place in the new global energy economy, according to a major new IEA report.

Energy Minister Chris Bowen opens Australian Centre For Excellence in PV

Media Release by Tindo Solar Minister for Climate Change and Energy, the Hon Chris Bowen MP, has backed Australian industry’s part in the renewable energy...

Revealing the hidden resource potential of Tasmania

New data will put the spotlight on the hidden geology beneath the feet of Tasmanians, as part of the Australian Government’s Exploring for the Future program.

Rheinmetall signs contracts to produce 40mm ammunition for two European NATO customers

Two European NATO customers have signed contracts with Rheinmetall to supply their armed forces with 40mm ammunition. The total value of these contracts exceeds €30 million ($46.7 million).

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The Intelligent Manufacturing Forum: Automation pathways for Australian manufacturers

The Australian manufacturing sector is navigating increasingly rapid changes in industry dynamics as more technological advancements are adopted worldwide.