- Apple is losing the innovation game, it can’t trap users anymore
Not only is Apple suffering from a major lack of hardware innovation but it’s also being outdone in software and online, where apps reign supreme. It quite possibly signals the company’s eventual demise.
- We are squandering our abundant natural gas reserves
It is easy to draw analogies this week between Australia today and Eastern European countries during the 1970s and 1980s when they exported anything and everything to earn foreign income while their citizens starved at home.
- Australia’s submarine contract means huge opportunities for Industry 4.0
The upcoming submarine contract could be a real game-changer for the future of Australia’s manufacturing industry, as John Allen reports. Probably the single most important topic right now for the future of manufacturing in Australia is the decision about to be made on which submarines the Federal Government will choose. Many industry leaders believe that … Continue reading Australia’s submarine contract means huge opportunities for Industry 4.0
- “Country to company” missions key to Australian SME growth: Australian Advanced Manufacturing Council
“Country to company” trade and investment delegations would increase Australian access to global value chains.
- Changes at Welding Technology Institute of Australia
The Welding Technology Institute of Australia is aiming to to put its members at the centre of its operations.