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Smart Solar technology to be expanded into regional WA

Solar access will be expanded throughout regional Western Australia with Horizon Power’s Smart Connect Solar technology now available in Carnarvon.

Made in Queensland program awards $833k to NEM Equipment Hire

Townsville manufacturer NEM Equipment Hire has been awarded a grant through the Made in Queensland program and will purchase equipment …

Microlite orders additional helicopters to support growing industry

Microflite is Airbus’ largest civil helicopter customer in Australia, currently operating an Airbus fleet of 20 rotorcraft, ranging from single-engine …

$80m Institute of Applied Technology for construction opened in Sydney

The NSW Government officially opened the $80 million Institute of Applied Technology for construction at TAFE NSW Nepean, Kingswood.

Queensland university engineering better futures

University of Southern Queensland’s (UniSQ) engineering better futures undergraduate program has been completely overhauled for 2024, to offer students unparalleled …

ANSTO collaborates with Japanese scientists on self-repairing ceramics for nuclear reactors

Australian Nuclear Science and Technology organisation (ANSTO) has been working with the Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan (NUT) for over two …

Consultation opens for Queensland manufacturing’s first annual training plan

Manufacturing Skills Queensland (MSQ) will release its first Annual Training Plan (ATP) this year in support of the manufacturing industry.

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Discover ways to reduce the cost of compressing air

The cost of a compressor extends beyond the initial purchase price. While the price tag indicates the buying costs, the …

How investment in materials science and engineering will shape the future

In a world where technology continually reshapes our lives, the unsung heroes of innovation are often the materials that make …

APS leads the way in smart building solutions with Siemens

Siemens’ building technology products that include Building Management control hardware and software platforms in addition to field instruments like valves, …

Starters guide: Boost your operations with intelligent manufacturing

Written by Warren Jennings – Industry CTO – Agribusiness, Manufacturing, Logistics & Retail. Intelligent Manufacturing is full of promise. But …

Efficient compression with ELGi’s new range

The world is struggling with Global warming and now, more than ever before, energy efficient product is a prime requirement. …

Compressor for any challenge

Manufacturers’ Monthly spoke with CAPS product manager William Chan about how its new series of oil-free scroll compressors help reduce …

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Corrections Victoria wins Weld Australia President’s Award

Corrections Victoria has won the inaugural Weld Australia President’s Award for an Outstanding Social Project in Welding.
Weld Australia announced that the Department of Justice and Community Safety, Corrections Victoria, has won the inaugural Weld Australia President’s …

Weld Australia calls for a new national policy framework

Weld Australia is urging the Government to enact a national policy framework that guarantees a strong pipeline of work for manufacturers.
Weld Australia is urging the Australian Government to enact a national policy framework that guarantees a sufficiently strong pipeline of …

Queensland & NT recognised at Weld Australia awards

The winners of the 2023 Queensland and Northern Territory Welding Excellence Awards were announced last night in Brisbane.
The winners of the 2023 Queensland and Northern Territory Welding Excellence Awards were announced last night in Brisbane.

Manufacturing Opinion

$80m Institute of Applied Technology for construction opened in Sydney

The NSW Government officially opened the $80 million Institute of Applied Technology for construction at TAFE NSW Nepean, Kingswood.

Queensland university engineering better futures

University of Southern Queensland’s (UniSQ) engineering better futures undergraduate program has been completely overhauled for 2024, to offer students unparalleled …

Consultation opens for Queensland manufacturing’s first annual training plan

Manufacturing Skills Queensland (MSQ) will release its first Annual Training Plan (ATP) this year in support of the manufacturing industry.

TAFE college lecturers delivering on industry skill needs

The Western Australian state government continues its record investment in TAFE, advancing with a $9.9 million placement program. 

TECHNOLOGY

Researchers from the University of South Australia, the University of Adelaide and Yale University have been collaborating their research.

UniSA and UoA scientists demonstrate method to upscale fibre laser technology

American and Australian researchers from the University of South Australia (UniSA), the University of Adelaide (UoA) and Yale University have …

Kate Pounder to step down as CEO of Tech Council of Australia

The Tech Council of Australia (TCA) has announced CEO Kate Pounder will step down from the role on 2nd February 2024.

Seyond to deliver LiDAR to Avikus for autonomous boat technology

Seyond, a leading global provider of high-performance LiDAR solutions for autonomous vehicles and smart transportation, and Avikus, a pioneer in …

New research shows generational gap in tech skills

New research shows the pace of the evolution of technology is leading to generational division in Australian workplaces.
Minister for industry and science, Ed Husic, will represent Australia at the AI Safety Summit, to discuss the importance of AI safety.

Minister Ed Husic to discuss global collaboration on AI safety in UK

Minister for industry and science, Ed Husic, will represent Australia at the United Kingdom’s AI Safety Summit, to discuss the …