As Australia’s largest B2B publisher we have been looking at how we can best support our many industries through the changing COVID-19 situation. We are committed to keeping our industries connected and supporting our clients and readers through this challenging time. We recognise that meeting in person will be limited in the months ahead. Major … Continue reading A message from the CEO to our partners
The new Fifth-Generation (5G) wireless infrastructure provides a platform for improved and innovative applications, writes Tim Jones for Mouser Electronics. Not only will the new Fifth- Generation (5G) wireless infrastructure open the door to new applications, but it will greatly improve the applications that exist today for 4G and earlier wireless generations. With the 5G … Continue reading 5G infrastructure enables new and radical applications
The roll-out of 5G across Australia is an opportunity for companies to adopt the technology ahead of their competition. However, to fully take advantage of 5G, particularly for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications, electronic components will need to be be part of the solution. Mouser Electronics, a global distributor of semiconductor and electronic components, … Continue reading 5G: What is the current potential for Australian businesses?
The latest statement of strategic intent and cooperation signed by the Australian Space Agency secures the nascent space organisation’s satellite services. Partnering with Speedcast International Ltd (Speedcast), the agreement will enable the government agency to continue to support the growth of Australia’s space sector. Speedcast is an Australian-based company which operates and supports a global … Continue reading Satellite communications company commits to local services
The Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, announced that the federal government will procure $3 billion of gear for Australia’s Special Forces. The purchase order, dubbed Project GREYFIN, will cover body armour, weapons, diving, parachuting, roping and climbing systems, medical search and rescue, communications, and human performance training and support. In a statement released by the Prime … Continue reading Australian defence manufacturers to be part of $3 billion purchase of Special Forces equipment
Global undersea warfare systems (USW) market, valued at US$11.0 billion ($14.3 billion) in 2017, is projected grow at a CAGR of 3.85 per cent, to a value of US$16.1 billion by 2027. The cumulative market for global expenditure on undersea warfare is valued at US$148.7 billion over the forecast period. The demand for USW systems is expected to be driven … Continue reading Global USW market to grow to a value of $21b by 2027
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI), a global manufacturer of Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) systems, has announced the expansion of its Team Reaper Australia. The team offers the only viable solution to meet the Project AIR 7003 requirement and now consists of nine Australian companies providing a range of innovative sensor, communication, manufacturing, and life-cycle support … Continue reading GA-ASI expands Team Reaper Australia
Madison Technologies has entered a new with hazardous area telemetry equipment specialists, SOLEXY.
Cape Grim Beef, a sixth-generation family business that processes high-quality beef for export, put out a call for better communications infrastructure. Intellect IT answered.
Effective communication is a constant challenge in a global workplace with staff working across multiple locations.
Adelaide based telecommunications technology start-up Red Button Technologies has been granted a US patent for its communications technology.
Gencom Two Way Radio are set to showcase a range of communication solutions for above and underground mining, on stand 8024 at the M&E NSW Exhibition.
Manufacturers in Australia should look at implementing EtherCAT to reduce down time and boost efficiency says Martin Rostan of EtherCAT Technology Group.
The rapid development of long distance communication technologies has created a global interconnected platform allowing for boundless information sharing that is not limited by proximity.
The IICA’s Technical Evening in Sydney last month focused on plant-wide wireless with three speakers looking at the risk versus rewards of implementing wireless technology.
Yokogawa is strengthening its position in the ISA100.11a compliant wireless arena with the release of three field wireless system devices and enhanced wireless pressure and temperature transmitters. The first of these products was scheduled for release in March 2012.