- 3D printed medical parts
- Additive Assurance
- advanced foetal monitoring system
- Australian Federal Government
- biomedical manufacturing
- Commercialisation Fund
- Energy Renaissance
- German-Australian Chamber of Industry & Commerce
- health sector
- K2 Infant Guardian Systems
- K2 Medical Systems
- KEM Konstruktion
- next generation silicone resin
- Rapid Phenotyping
- regional Western Australia
- silicone manufacturing
- WA Country Health Service
Health industries Weathering the Storm of a Global Pandemic
Almost 18 months after Australia identified the first COVID-19 cases, the country has shown resilience and undergone many fast-paced developments in the health sector.
Future-proof automation technology
According to ifm boss Martin Buck, sensors are becoming more intelligent and more communicative. Digitalisation is changing the industry and thus also the requirements on automation technology.
Fifteen manufacturers receive $7.1 million to commercialise products
Fifteen Australian manufacturers have received $7.1 million among them in federal government funding under the Commercialisation Fund, to help commercialise products and export them globally.
3D printed silicone resin developed by CSIRO for medical parts
The CSIRO has developed a next generation silicone resin for making 3D printed medical parts, heralding a new era of manufacturing with silicone.
K2 Infant Guardian Systems rolled out in regional WA hospitals
K2 Medical Systems, a medical device manufacturer based in the UK, will provide regional Western Australian hospitals with a new advanced foetal monitoring system, called the K2 Infant Guardian System.