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- federal government
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- Renewable Energy
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- Tasmanian government
- University of Adelaide
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BOC and Optimal Group to develop Australia’s first bioLNG facility
BOC, a gas and engineering company and subsidiary of Linde plc, has announced a new MoU agreement with Optimal Group to explore the development of Australia’s first bioLNG facility.
Ai Group establishes ETIM International Australia and New Zealand
Ai Group has announced that it has been licensed to establish a chapter of ETIM International for Australia and New Zealand. It is an international standard for the classification of technical product data.
Digi-Key and Truphone to host webinar on eSIM technology for IoT
Digi-Key Electronics, which offers a large selection of electronic components, has collaborated with Truphone, a global connectivity provider, to host a free virtual webinar on Wednesday 8 December at 11:00am (CST) to showcase the power of eSIM technology and how it helps IoT devices connect quicker and more efficiently.
Four Trailblazer Universities to build commercialisation capacity
The federal government’s new $242.7 million Trailblazer Universities initiative will establish four new research and industry hubs that will lead Australia’s breakthroughs in critical national manufacturing priorities.
Eight Tasmanian manufacturers accelerate growth via new program
Advanced manufacturers are being supported in Tasmania to invest in new equipment and enter new markets through the state government’s $3 million Accelerating Growth Grant Program.
Australia’s first hydrogen fuel cell manufacturing facility
Australian energy technology company, LAVO Hydrogen Technology Limited, will establish Australia’s first hydrogen fuel cell manufacturing facility in Greater Springfield in Queensland.
Volgren builds on its manufacturing ecosystem with new jobs
In Victoria, the major bus body builder Volgren will create 50 new jobs and 16 traineeships at its South Dandenong facility as it builds zero and low-emission buses for the new Metropolitan Bus Franchise operator, Kinetic.
Tritium unveils new EV charger testing facility in Brisbane
Tritium, an electrical and electronic manufacturer, has opened a new EV charger testing facility in Brisbane, containing one of the world’s largest and highest-powered electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing chambers.
HyGATE initiative joins Australia and Germany in hydrogen projects
Australia is collaborating with Germany to accelerate the future of hydrogen exports through the new HyGATE initiative that will strengthen bilateral cooperation on the development of hydrogen technology.
Industry partnership reveals new composite manufacturing process
Wagners Composite Fibre Technologies (CFT) and Allnex Composites have partnered with the University of Southern Queensland through a $10 million Cooperative Research Centres program, to reimagine a fundamental composite manufacturing production process from concept design, and now mass production.
Nanosonics to double manufacturing capacity with new funding
Nanosonics, an Australian infection prevention technology manufacturer, will more than double their manufacturing capacity and bolster R&D investment through support from the NSW government’s Jobs Plus Program.
Six manufacturers funded with $44 million to drive down emissions
Six Australian manufacturers have received over $44 million in Modern Manufacturing Initiative (MMI) funding for Recycling and Clean Energy projects, which will grow and scale their businesses while protecting the environment.
Lockheed Martin and STEM Punks grow future space workforce
Australia’s future space workforce has taken a giant leap forward, with Lockheed Martin Australia announcing a landmark partnership with STEM Punks, an award-winning Australian Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) Education provider.
Orica and Alpha HPA cooperate in clean manufacturing
Orica and Alpha HPA have signed the Central Queensland Statement of Cooperation, joining Rio Tinto in paving the way to clean energy opportunities in the region.
Google’s Digital Future Initiative invests in Australian technology
Google Australia has launched the Digital Future Initiative – a $1 billion investment that aims to strengthen local capabilities, support jobs and build Australia’s digital economy.
New Fortescue hydrogen equipment manufacturing facility approved
Renewable energy company, Fortescue Future Industries (FFI), has gained planning approval to build one of the world’s largest hydrogen equipment manufacturing facilities in Gladstone, Queensland.
Government invests $111 million in Australian quantum technology
The federal government is investing $111 million in quantum technology, supporting commercialisation, adoption and use to support Australian industry and keep Australia safe.
CSIRO’s Innovate to Grow: Space program applications are open
CSIRO has opened applications for its new Innovate to Grow: Space program for SMEs working in the space sector, to accelerate growth in Australia’s burgeoning space industry.
HeliMods to digitise Siemens’ design and manufacturing process
HeliMods, an Australian aerospace technology manufacturer, will leverage Siemens’ Xcelerator software portfolio to digitise its product design and manufacturing process. HeliMods will be the first company of its size in the Australian aerospace sector to do so.
Tasmania announces its new Space Technology Seed Fund
The Tasmanian government has announced a new initiative, the Tasmanian Space Technology Seed Fund, which will help to support local businesses in exploring and entering the fast-growing space economy.