- Armoured Vehicle Centre of Excellence
- Australian manufacturing
- Clean Energy
- Deakin University
- Dr Jingwei Hou
- electromagnetic compatibility design
- glass treatment
- government fleet
- Hanwha Defense Australia
- IMCRC funding
- Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC)
- LAND 8116 program
- MOFs (metal organic frameworks)
- Motor Vehicle State Purchase Contract
- Mouser Electronics
- Perovskite nanocrystals
- self-propelled howitzers
- steel panel manufacturing
- supply chain
- unbreakable screens
- University of Queensland
- Vehicle manufacturers
- Victorian government
- Würth Elektronik
- zero emission vehicles (ZEVs)
New eBook from Würth Elektronik and Mouser
A new eBook from Würth Elektronik and Mouser Electronics untangles the complexities of electromagnetic compatibility design.
Speedpanel streamlines steel panel manufacturing with IMCRC funds
The Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC) has granted Deakin University and Speedpanel, a fire rated and acoustic panel system manufacturer, $100,000 in funding to refine Speedpanel’s steel panel manufacturing process.
Manufacturing 400 zero emissions vehicles by 2023
Vehicle manufacturers have been engaged and are encouraged to make a submission to the Motor Vehicle State Purchase Contract to procure 400 zero emission vehicles (ZEVs) to the Victorian government fleet by 2023.
Unbreakable: The smart screen of the future
Dr Jingwei Hou, an ARC Future Fellow and senior lecturer at the School of Chemical Engineering, the University of Queensland speaks with Alexandra Cooper about the invention of a new process that could inform the manufacture of unbreakable device screens.
Hanwha to build Armoured Vehicle Centre of Excellence
Hanwha Defense Australia will establish their Armoured Vehicle Centre of Excellence at the Avalon Airport Industrial Precinct, where they will manufacture self-propelled howitzers for the $1 billion LAND 8116 program.