- 3d printing
- advanced materials
- autonomous vehicles
- Deakin University
- michael sharpe
- monash university
- rockwell automation
- University of Queensland
- Vocational Education
- Western Australia
- Women in Industry
- Wireless mobile label printer
INTERMEC has introduced the PB50, the company’s first wireless mobile label printer, that is complementary to Intermec mobile computers, Bluetooth scanners, and media.
- Wireless nodes and battery modules
BANNER Engineering has introduced FlexPower nodes for the Banner SureCross wireless network.
- Water mist fire suppression systems
FOGTEC water mist fire fighting systems are now available in Australia and New Zealand through Sydney-based distributor, Fire Fighting Technologies (FFT).
- Brushless dc motors
BRUSHLESS dc motors with integral control and regulation electronics, encoders, reduction gears and brakes, are now available from M Rutty & Co.
- Frequency inverter drive family
BALDOR has launched a family of frequency inverter drives for ac motors that has the ability to reduce total cost of ownership substantially for common process automation equipment.
- Ex-protected lifting equipment
PFAFF-silberblau has introduced new lifting equipment for ATEX areas in zones 1 and 2 or respectively category 2 and 3: the wall-mounted rack and pinion jack ZWW Ex, and the hand wire rope
- New PowerMILL CAM software at IMTS
THE next release of Delcam’s PowerMILL CAM software will be launched in September at the IMTS exhibition in Chicago.
- Low cost servo motors
DUNKERMOTOREN has introduced the cost-optimised brushless dc motor BG 42 with HALL-sensors and flying leads as well as the brushless dc servo motor BG 45 with integrated power and logic electronics.
- Safety beacons upgrade and diversify
AUSTRALIAN flashing safety beacon specialist Eflare Corporation, has upgraded and expanded its locally-developed line-up. The latest all-new product range includes sophisticated solutions for
- New hot fill concepts
WITH its Innofill DFV-VF/NH, KHS has developed a filling system for plastic bottles, which is able to handle both pressurised filling and pressureless cold or hot filling.
- Hot-fill PET bottles
SIPA has developed light-weighting technologies for ‘hot fill” PET bottles used in the juice, tea, isotonic, and flavoured water markets.
- RFID solution for cold chain industry
SYSCAN International, a leading Australian RFID solutions providers, has developed a unique solution for the cold chain industry: iCE.
- Surface roughness instrument
TAYLOR Hobson has introduced the latest addition to its shopfloor range of surface roughness instruments – the skidless Surtronic 25s.
- Fibre optic rotary encoder
MICRONOR’s TD5207 non-metallic fibre optic rotary encoder operates in extreme electromagnetic fields including MRI/NMR medical facilities and industrial process plants.
- Digital two-way radio system
MOTOROLA has announced the availability of its MOTOTRBO professional digital two-way radio system in Australia, bringing a host of new features including global positioning system (GPS) and
- Universal scalable SCADA system
SIEMENS has expanded the functionality of its SCADA system SIMATIC WinCC in the new version 7.0.
- Handheld industrial IR cameras
FLIR Systems has added two new handheld IR cameras to its T-Series range, specifically designed for industrial and technical applications.
- Photoionisation detector
RAE Systems Inc has introduced the UltraRAE 3000, the next generation photoionization detector (PID) for compound-specific gas monitoring.
- Animal tracking tool
RFID solutions provider Syscan International has developed LiveTrack, a completely integrated animal identification solution.
- Tilt sensors
NEW tilt sensors from Bernstein can be used in industrial environment wherever there is a need to detect and supervise tilt as measured variable.