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In the dynamic manufacturing sector, where competition is intensifying and innovation is recognised as a key differentiator, manufacturers are always looking to enhance operational efficiency, minimise costs and elevate product quality.
As part of its mission to showcase Australia’s leading-edge products, technologies and software, the Modern Manufacturing Expo is finally coming back to highlight the outstanding new technological trends and innovations in the Australian manufacturing industry, this time with artificial intelligence in full focus.
The rise of Internet of Things (IoT) devices creates significant opportunities for businesses by helping to streamline processes and uncover business efficiencies, but it can also present challenges in terms of managing and maintaining them in the case of these devices going offline.
The rising use of technology in manufacturing supply chains means the sector is more at risk of cyber breaches. Assessing the threat level to companies from cybercriminals is not easy.
UNSW Sydney researchers have secured $3.7 million from the Australian Research Council’s (ARC) new Mid-Career Industry Fellowships program, augmented by a further $1.8 million from participating industry partners, with enabling the manufacturing of scalable quantum processors as one of its objectives.
Australia must upskill its workforce for digitalisation and automation in the transport sector to create new job opportunities and stay competitive among Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries, according to a new report.
Engineering company Global Road Technology (GRT) has received $100,000 in funding from the Queensland government to boost the company’s commercialisation efforts for its innovative dust control solution.
Additive manufacturing company AML3D Limited has launched a Share Purchase Plan (SPP) to enable current shareholders to raise funds in support of the company’s US growth strategy and to invest in the development of the ARCEMY platform.
The North Australia Centre for Autonomous Systems at Charles Darwin University (CDU) has created the new “Diploma of Advanced Manufacturing” to help NT enterprises make the transition to Industry 4.0 and cut down on expenses and business waste.
Challenges that plagued the manufacturing industry in 2022 are not showing any signs of slowing down, leaving business leaders with the monumental task of dealing with these issues—or at least their remnants— all while pushing innovation, meeting customer demand, and driving operational growth.