“Innovative though unheralded” could be used to describe more than a couple of Australia’s best manufacturers. Sadder still, it could be applied more widely to Australia in general. Austrade is in the middle of a program trying to change all that.
Vivek Srinivasan and Jarrod Bassan, from the Australian branch of global IT services company CSC, have identified ten trends in 3D manufacturing to watch out for in 2013 and further than that.
A new survey finds Australia ranking 16th in terms of manufacturing competitiveness, but better linkages between industry and research and the growing strength of Asian countries both provide opportunities.
ANCA Motion has deployed Dassault Systèmes Dymola 2013 dynamic modelling laboratory for future development.
How will the government’s white paper on Australia in the Asian Century affect local manufacturing?
Australia’s Chief Scientist, Ian Chubb, spoke of the importance of linking business to researchers in an interview yesterday.
The South Australian (SA) government has announced of a new grant scheme in advanced manufacturing for companies to collaborate with established research bodies.
Innovation is not about being first, it’s about being the smartest and the best, according to winner of the Most Innovative Company of the Year Award. Madeline Prince and Annie Dang report.
Finalists for the 2012 Endeavour Awards Innovative Company of the Year award announced.
CSIRO is set release its latest findings to the Government on carbon dioxide capture technology following a four year $21 million research program aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from Australian coal-fired power stations.
An equipment company in the UK has launched a 3D virtual reality warehouse simulator which allows food manufacturers to test warehouse options before making decisions on changes.
NatureFlex, a compostable cellulose-based packaging film produced by Innovia Films has been selected by leading UK confectioner, Miss Muffet & Co to wrap its range of fairy-tale and nursery rhyme inspired premium sweets.
Today, you’d be hard-pressed to find a supply chain organisation that isn’t making some use of smart phones or handheld computers, GPS, mobile printers and other technology to support its transport operations.