Federal government puts in $7 million in veteran-owned NSW company
The Morrison Government has shown its support of a next-generation, high-performance watercraft project currently being developed by veteran-owned NSW company The Whiskey Project, investing $7.35 million. One of the biggest projects from the Government’s Defence Innovation Hub, The Whiskey Project has been flagged as critical to growing a sustainable and globally competitive sovereign defence industry … Continue reading Federal government puts in $7 million in veteran-owned NSW company
The Art of the Possible: Why engineers should never stop learning
As modern engineering transitions from isolated industrial fields to interconnected systems, it’s never been more vital to curate the skills that keep you curious. In any engineering career, moving forward and making progress means being a lifelong learner. Forward thinking What do tomorrow’s engineers need to learn today? When we spoke to several engineers and … Continue reading The Art of the Possible: Why engineers should never stop learning
Corrective vs preventative: which maintenance strategy is best for your bottom line?
Having the most efficient and effective production line possible is incredibly important for manufacturers, as it can ultimately define their success. Many manufacturers have adopted the ‘best-practice’ metric OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness), which calculates the percentage of planned production time that is actually productive and gives them an overview of how their production line is … Continue reading Corrective vs preventative: which maintenance strategy is best for your bottom line?
Federal and SA governments agree to $1.08bn energy agreement
The federal and South Australian governments have signed a $1.08 billion State Energy and Emissions Reduction Deal that will deliver secure, reliable and affordable energy to South Australians and help Australia continue to meet and beat its emissions reduction targets. Under the agreement, the governments will pursue initiatives that create additional dispatchable generation to help … Continue reading Federal and SA governments agree to $1.08bn energy agreement
Australia-made InnovaeroFOX completes critical flight tests
InnovaeroFOX has advanced to the next stage of its test flight program — successfully completing a series of challenging flight tests on schedule. The 100 per cent Australian-made Maritime Unmanned Aerial System (MUAS) InnovaeroFOX has faced a series of tests at 40 per cent scale involving the execution of short, controlled circuits at varying speeds and … Continue reading Australia-made InnovaeroFOX completes critical flight tests