Alexandra Haynes


Excitement building ahead of LAND FORCES 2022

The LAND FORCES 2022 International Land Defence Exposition will return to Brisbane in October, supported by the Australian Army and featuring a new training and simulation conference as part of its program of industry engagement.
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Daronmont enables strategic surveillance via JORN upgrade

South Australian SME Daronmont Technologies has achieved a major milestone in the $1.2 billion upgrade of Australia’s Jindalee Operational Radar Network (JORN), with the completion of advanced design work on sounders and transponders that enable the strategic surveillance capability operating across Australia’s north. 
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digital fluency

Achieving digital fluency in advanced manufacturing

Digital skills are becoming essential across all sectors of manufacturing. IBSA Group explains to Manufacturers’ Monthly the skills development priorities essential to building sovereign capability and economic growth – and what manufacturers can do to improve digital fluency across their workplace.
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Robotic welding and chillers go hand-in-hand

We all know that high-volume applications such as welding have numerous demands, not least high productivity, and reliability. Any failures or inconsistencies with the robotic solutions deployed in these processes can lead to costly production stoppages and expensive maintenance or repairs.
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Leading Australian companies share best practices post-2020

This year at CeMAT Australia 2022 some of Australia’s biggest post pandemic success stories are set to share their warehouse and supply chain innovations and insights as part of the event’s free conference – 19-21 July, Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.  
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Staying true to Australian made

G&G Engineering has acquired a new business to add to its portfolio of services. A year after its acquisition, Manufacturers’ Monthly finds out how Bollards Direct is making its mark.
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