- 3d printing
- advanced manufacturing
- Advanced Manufacturing Ecosystem Fund (AMEF)
- Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC)
- Advanced Manufacturing Research Facility
- Advance Queensland
- AI Group
- Albatross G-111T
- Australian government
- Australian manufacturing
- australian pmi
- Construction Products
- Energy Renaissance
- energy transition
- GFG Alliance
- Local Manufacturing
- Lockheed Martin Australia
- Modern Manufacturing Expo
- NSW government
- NSW Smart Sensing Network (NSSN)
- NT government
- Queensland Government
- schneider electric
- skills gap
- stem cell manufacturing
- Supply Chain Resilience
- University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
Ai Group launches new technology model for construction products
The Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) has officially launched the implementation in Australia and New Zealand of the ETIM classification standard for the construction sector, supported by manufacturers.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners appoints new GMs
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners Australia (MHIAA) has appointed two key members to its senior management team. These form part of an internal structure review to ensure the company continues to best service the needs of its external and internal stakeholders.
Australian batteries drive positive returns for dairy farmers
A Southwest Victorian commercial dairy farm has selected Energy Renaissance, pioneers in the design and manufacturing of Australian lithium battery technology, to power a 450-hectare property in Simpson, Victoria, with a 520kWh Renaissance superRack battery.
Downer invests in asphalt manufacturing for sustainable roads
Downer is investing $10 million in construction of a state-of-the-art asphalt manufacturing facility in northern Tasmania, in a demonstration of its commitment to a long-term future in the state.
ON Program: Helping researchers build commercialisation skills
Australian researchers will have the opportunity to build their entrepreneurial and commercialisation skills as the ON Program returns, delivered by the CSIRO.
Stem cell therapy could become cheaper and widely available
Researchers from the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) have developed a 3D printed system for harvesting stem cells from bioreactors that could enable the high quality, wide-scale stem cell production in Australia at a lower cost.
LIBERTY invests in GREENSTEEL transformation
LIBERTY Ostrava has signed a contract with Danieli, a global manufacturer of plant and machinery, for the delivery of two hybrid electric arc furnaces at the centre of Ostrava’s GREENSTEEL transformation plan.
Lockheed Martin and Clearbox Systems reach milestones for JP9102
Lockheed Martin Australia and a Canberra-based satellite communications SME, Clearbox Systems, have successfully completed critical ground segment software integration as part of their teaming for JP9102.
Slower industry expansion shows need to address labour shortages
The Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) Australian PMI dropped by 1.5 points to 52.5 in July, indicating a weaker rate of expansion compared to the previous month.
$4.45 million to boost advanced manufacturing in the NT
Manufacturers based in the Northern Territory will soon gain access to a multi-million-dollar advanced manufacturing facility housing robotic and bespoke automation products and services. This will support the implementation of technology such as robotic welders, automated pick and pack systems and product inspection services.
Siemens brings Teamcenter X and Cloud-based PLM to ANZ
Siemens Digital Industries Software has announced that Siemens’ Teamcenter X product lifecycle management (PLM) solution, delivered as a service, is now available locally for customers in Australia and New Zealand.
Jobs and Skills Australia aims to address the skills crisis
The Australian government is taking immediate action to address the urgent skills crisis by introducing legislation to establishSkills Australia Jobs and Skills Australia (JSA).
Australia plans to strengthen its supply chain resilience
Australia has joined other nations to strengthen cooperation on global supply chains via the Global Supply Chain Resilience Forum, the largest multilateral forum focused on supply chain resilience.
Local manufacturing celebrated at Hall of Fame Awards
The Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards has celebrated its 20th anniversary with a “Made in Victoria” theme, highlighting the importance of local manufacturing. The winners were announced at the Gala Dinner on 26 July at the Palladium at Crown.
A roadmap is launched to Advance Queensland innovation
The Queensland government has launched a new $142 million Advance Queensland – Innovation for a Future Economy 2022-2032 roadmap.
Amphibian Aerospace Industries partners with Japanese manufacturer
Amphibian Aerospace Industries (AAI), a manufacturer based in the Northern Territory, has partnered with a Japanese amphibious aircraft manufacturer, ShinMaywa on new projects.
Hitachi to establish Kyoso Centre near AMRF in Bradfield
Hitachi will establish its Kyoso (collaborative creation) Centre alongside the Advanced Manufacturing Research Facility (AMRF) in the First Building in Bradfield in 2023.
The corporate sustainability skills gap on the road to net zero
Over half (52 per cent) of Australian business leaders believe that a sustainability skills shortage is holding back their organisation’s energy transition, according to new research.
CSIRO R&D program to boost advanced manufacturing
The CSIRO is advancing Australia’s advanced manufacturing capability by providing free research and development support to help businesses develop new products or services through a new Innovate to Grow program.
Modern Manufacturing Expo: Collaboration hub for real-life implementation
The Modern Manufacturing Expo, which takes place at the Sydney Showground in September, has added a one-day conference to their education program: the Smart Manufacturing Conference.