While day one of Data61’s flagship event, D61+ Live explored where Australia stands in relation to data science and data analytics, day two looked at the technology that flows from the vast amounts of data being produced. Attendees were primed to start thinking about what data could be used for after the Artificial Intelligence panel. … Continue reading Putting data to work: D61+ Live
Unleashed Software explains how reporting KPIs can help with making smart, informed decisions for manufacturers. Understanding the trends and data points that occur in the manufacturing process can lead to gains in efficiencies, supplier products, customer satisfaction, and business profitability. Breaking these aims down into measurable, numerical values is part of defining the key performance … Continue reading The KPIs you should track for company success
The Australian Space Agency has announced that it has signed a statement of strategic intent with Australian satellite data start-up Myriota. Myriota provides internet of things (IoT) data connectivity via low Earth orbit satellite, to allow local and international industries to obtain sensor and location data. According to deputy head of the Australian Space Agency, … Continue reading Satellite data SME signs on with Australian Space Agency
Siemens has announced the speakers and experts who will present at its annual conference Digitalize. To be held in Brisbane on July 23, the conference focusses on the process of digitalisation across industry sectors. The two visiting speakers are Martin Powell, head of urban development, and Gerhard Kress, vice president of data services. Kress has … Continue reading Siemens announces Digitalize 2019
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has released new data on 11 June confirming manufacturing employment is on the rise with the March quarter having more than six per cent of all jobs in Australia were in manufacturing. The number of filled jobs in manufacturing has declined around 20,000 jobs in the past five years … Continue reading Australian Bureau of Statistics report shows an increase in manufacturing jobs
Strategic Elements, an Australian company developing printable nanotechnology, has received additional financial support from the federal government to supports its ongoing joint research and development program with the CSIRO. The Nanocube Memory Ink is an advanced nanotechnology material that can be printed or coated onto non-silicon transparent or flexible surfaces, such as glass or plastic, … Continue reading Strategic Elements receives funding for liquid printable memory project
Brisbane-based data analytics company intelliHR has commenced trading on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), following a successful $4.5 million Initial Public Offering (IPO). The company issued 15 million new shares last week at an issue price of $0.30 per share under its oversubscribed IPO. The ASX-listing is expected to help the company expand its innovative people management … Continue reading Australian data company seeking overseas expansion
Capgemini has released its Smart Factories report, which offers a global snapshot of the adoption of IoT-enabled factories and their impact on the global economy. According to the report, smart factories will deliver a 27 per cent increase in manufacturing efficiency over the next five years, adding $500 billion to the global economy. This increase … Continue reading Smart factories: A global snapshot
Today’s innovative manufacturers are matching the individuality of their workshop forefathers to satisfy a demand for an ever more personalised product. This trend towards personalisation has already been seen in the retail industry and has the potential to accelerate sales to the next level, but those left behind will struggle, writes Bob Dunn, Country Manager, … Continue reading Making Sense of the Data
Automation and the rise of smart, Internet-connected manufacturing equipment (known as M2M or the Internet of Things depending on the device) stand to deliver previously unimaginable productivity gains and cost-savings.
Australia’s mining, oil & gas and other industries stand to increase their productivity by harnessing the power of big data and turning it into smart data.
While much focus of “Big Data revolution” has been on the data itself less is on the technologies underpinning it and what it means.