Justin Farrell from Siemens and Phil Newnes from APS Industrial discuss the recent trends in industrial automation technology and what it takes to move manufacturing businesses forward. Recent trends in automation technology have the potential to be gamechangers in the industrial sector, pushing forward productivity and efficiency and making processes more flexible and adaptable in … Continue reading Building the right game in industrial automation
Schneider Electric has four new partners to the Master Level of Schneider Electric’s System Integrator (SI) Alliance Program. The new Australian partners, Sage Automation, Hunter H20, Cromarty and Alliance Automation, bring a range of expertise and experience to the program, which provides specialist support to Schneider’s customers. The Schneider Electric SI Alliance Program was developed … Continue reading New Australian partners for Schneider’s SI Alliance Program
Cloud computing can assist manufacturers to effectively respond to increased order volumes and complexity, as Mark Troselj writes.
The inaugural Factories of the Future (FotF) event covered themes such as the decoupling of manufacturing from design, the growing influence of the cloud, and what an increasingly connected world might offer.
As Australian manufacturers prepare for the year ahead, a range of economic and business forces are making the task particularly challenging.
Last week emerging workplace technologies, new factories, and the hope of local car making beyond 2017 all featured highly.
In response to the need to drive efficiencies and compete on a global market, some clear technology trends have emerged in the manufacturing industry.
Dassault Systèmes has announced the launch of a powerful new drawingless application designed to improve manufacturing processes.
Organisations view large-scale enterprise applications as a means to gain competitive advantage.
Australia’s manufacturing sector of tomorrow will involve creativity, innovation and higher value products.
A recent survey revealed that, comparatively, manufacturing is not a forward thinking sector when it comes to future proofing.
There is increasing pressure on Australian manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors to continuously rethink their supply chain processes and systems.
Will small business become a victim of the fast paced change in technology, and miss opportunities?
Toyota Australia’s chief information officer Ellis Brover has said the company has initiated a review of its technology systems.