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Engineers Australia execs visit Europe to strengthen ties with industry leaders

Engineers Australia CEO Romilly Madew AO and Board Chair and National President Nick Fleming are set to visit Denmark, Dublin, Cambridge, and London beginning August 19 to boost the organisation's international relationships.

Flow Power’s new SA smart solar farm features Australian-first technology

Renewable energy tech provider Flow Power has introduced an Australian-first technology that would help build smarter solar farms and speed up Australia’s net zero transition. 

Five ways to outsmart your summer energy bill

Due to increased costs across the global supply chain, Australians have been feeling the impact of sharp energy price increases. With summer quickly approaching, families are preparing for these bills to potentially climb even higher as they try to keep their home comfortable.

Three recalibration strategies that will drive growth for manufacturers

The manufacturing sector is working through several challenges, including economic issues, workforce displacement as well as digital transformation. Now is the time to refocus on activities that will balance their risks with projected rewards. 

MIT researchers develop “robotic” breath-regulating textile

Researchers at MIT have developed a new kind of soft robotic fiber that can act as artificial muscles and react to body movements. The OmniFiber...

Australia’s number one RV manufacturer unveils its 2021 range

Media Release Jayco’s new range features smart technology and safety additions, offering travellers peace of mind on the road  Australia’s number one caravan manufacturer, Jayco Australia,...

Aerospace manufacturer vaults ahead in new deal with battery casing company

Media Release A new Australian battery casing company, Vaulta, is working with Quickstep, the nation’s largest independent aerospace advanced composites manufacturer, to develop smarter technology...

Printers with smart technology prove valuable for businesses in the new normal

The 'Work from Anywhere' Series is Sponsored By As new working arrangements become the norm, many businesses, including small to medium enterprises are investing...

Aussie scientists develop stretchable nano-devices for future manufacturing of “smart” contact lenses

Scientists from the University of Adelaide and RMIT have developed a new technology that could be the basis for making “smart” contact lenses in...
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SAP S/4HANA’s role in sustainable manufacturing

For business leaders in the Australian manufacturing industry, digital transformation is not just a buzzword—it is a necessity to stay ahead and maintain a competitive edge in operational efficiency.