Accelerating innovation and growth strategies with Beckhoff

Accelerating innovation and growth strategies

Beckhoff Automation’s global managing owner, Hans Beckhoff, and Nick Psahoulias, managing director of Beckhoff Automation, Australia, speak exclusively with Manufacturers’ Monthly about the company’s growing global presence, and the human touch needed in automation technology. Read More
Nonlinear Solutions

Streamlined control system and hardware design

Based in Rivervale, Western Australia, Nonlinear Solutions is an industrial automation, robotics, and engineering company catering to Industry 4.0 applications across mining, oil and gas, defence, and manufacturing sectors. Read More
Manufacturing, mangos and Melbourne Airport: Beckhoff powers flexible process control

Manufacturing, mangos and Melbourne Airport: Beckhoff powers flexible process control

According to Gary Brown, electrical engineer at AIE Global, there is no “one size fits all” solution when it comes to Industry 4.0 concepts. From their headquarters in Lake Wendouree, Brown’s team has been using advanced methodology to promote Australian innovation through process control and automation systems since 1985. Read More

New battery technology offers safe hydrogen storage for industrial applications

A key focus for industrial sectors is the shift towards green energy and meeting net-zero goals. Global energy storage demands are reaching urgent capacity limits, capping the potential for renewable energy solutions. In response to this, LAVO – a climate technology company based in Sydney – has developed an integrated, scalable battery system that employs a metal hydride for the storage of hydrogen-based energy.
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Industry 4.0

Additive manufacturing unlocks Industry 4.0 possibilities

The concept of Industry 5.0 – developing Artificial Intelligence to work alongside robots and smart machines- has been an increasing topic of conversation in the global manufacturing landscape. However, a number of key manufacturing insiders have argued that Australia still needs to get to grips with Industry 4.0 before we can move on to the next phase of industrialisation. 
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