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Austal unveils new AI toolset DeepMorpher for rapid digital prototyping of ship hulls

Austal Australia has introduced its new artificial intelligence toolset, DeepMorpher, to help its Australian designers explore broader design spaces while significantly reducing resource requirements for complex ship hull optimisation routines. 

Argonne researchers develop AI approach to detect flaws of 3D-printed parts

A research team led by the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory and the University of Virginia (UVA) has developed various imaging and machine-learning techniques to detect and predict the formation of pores in 3D-printed metals in real time with near-perfect accuracy.

How inventory management helps fabricated metals manufacturers stay ahead of the competition during a...

The Australian fabricated metal manufacturing industry has experienced subdued revenue growth over the past five years, despite a contraction of product sales to key building markets following the pandemic, according to this July 2022 report from IBIS World.

Recharge Industries, Deakin University to forge AI’s role in creating better batteries

Recharge Industries has ventured into a partnership with Deakin University’s Applied Artificial Intelligence Institute to leverage AI in making better batteries. 

Manufacturing companies must go digital to capitalize on the future

Supply chain disruptions, fluctuating costs, and new consumer purchasing habits are driving a dramatic need for increased agility and resilience in manufacturing industries.

Titomic awarded CoBRAIN grant for automated cold spray applications

Metal additive manufacturing company Titomic has received a $400,000 CoBRAIN grant as part of the European Union’s Horizon Europe initiative. 

CSIRO scientists play huge role in development of lifesaving technology

Media Release by CSIRO Scientists from CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, have led a study to develop a machine learning tool which provides an early...

DroneShield wins $800k contract with the Department of Defence

DroneShield has secured a $800,000 contract with the Australian Department of Defence (DoD) to carry out works related to Artificial Intelligence in multi-domain applications. DroneShield’s...

Saber Astronautics brings next-gen control tech to Mission Control Centre

Saber's upgrades will introduce next generation control technologies to the Australian Mission Control Centre, making flying new spacecraft easier. Sydney-based space engineering company Saber Astronautics...

Amazon to expand into SA, create more than 50 new jobs

Amazon, the world's largest online retailer, will expand its presence in South Australia with the opening of a new office at the state’s innovation...
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