A new partnership between Siemens Australia and the University of South Australia (UniSA) will see the transfer of world-leading industrial software to train students for work in advanced manufacturing. The $450 million grant will see Siemens share its industrial Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software systems with the University, ensuring students have access to advanced software, processes … Continue reading Multimillion dollar Siemens’ grant will prepare UniSA students for Industry 4.0
This year’s Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards honoured women veterans of the industry. Minister for Industry and Employment Ben Carroll presented the inaugural Woman Manufacturer of the Year award to Vanessa Kearney from Viva Energy and Jill Walsh from Actco Pickering Metal Industries at the awards. The Hall of Fame Gala Dinner, held at … Continue reading Women shine at Victorian Manufacturing Hall Of Fame Awards
Rittal Australia has announced a new national distribution partnership with APS Industrial, a specialist electrical industrial and automation equipment distributor of market‐leading, globally recognised brands. APS Industrial, a new locally owned and managed independent company combines renowned electrical brands in automation, power distribution and switchgear, motor control, enclosures, connectivity, industrial communications, and wiring solutions. The … Continue reading Rittal Australia to partner APS Industrial
Siemens has launched a new master distributor of industrial low voltage electrical and automation products in Australia, which has been billed a “game changer” for the Australian market. APS Industrial will be led by former Rockwell Automation Australia and New Zealand managing director, David Hegarty, and former CEO of NHP, Lloyd Thomas. With Thomas will be chairman, … Continue reading Siemens launches ‘game-changing’ master distributor for automation in Australia
Airbus, Rolls-Royce, and Siemens partner to take next step in hybrid-electric propulsion development
Airbus, Rolls-Royce, and Siemens have formed a partnership which aims at developing a near-term flight demonstrator which will be a significant step forward in hybrid-electric propulsion for commercial aircraft. The E-Fan X hybrid-electric technology demonstrator is anticipated to fly in 2020 following a comprehensive ground test campaign, provisionally on a BAe 146 flying testbed, with … Continue reading Airbus, Rolls-Royce, and Siemens partner to take next step in hybrid-electric propulsion development
Tenable and Siemens have announced a strategic partnership to help energy, utilities and oil and gas companies close the industry readiness gap with a new solution for industrial asset discovery and vulnerability management. The partnership will look to help organisations address this challenge of not knowing where they are at greatest risk. By leveraging the … Continue reading Tenable, Siemens partner to secure critical infrastructure
Siemens has announced an industrial software grant of $447 million commercial value of Siemens’ product lifecycle management (PLM) software to the University of Western Australia (UWA). This grant is part of a broader program of what is expected to amount to about $1 billion in hi-tech Siemens PLM industrial software grants to select universities across … Continue reading $1b of grants to prep students for digital economy
Analysts from Research and Markets have announced in their latest report on industrial automation that the global industrial automation services market was US$35.2 billion (A$44.5 billion) in 2016 and is estimated to reach US$64.5 billion (A$80.6 billion) by 2022 growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.6 per cent for the forecasted period. Industrial automation … Continue reading Global industrial automation market to reach A$80.6b
The largest ever software grant in Australia has been granted to Swinburne University by manufacturing giant Siemens. The $135 million industrial digitalisation software grant will be used to fully digitalise the Swinburne University of Technology ‘Factory of the Future’. Siemens hi-tech PLM digital software tools are used in everything from Ben Ainslie Racing in the … Continue reading Swinburne boosted by record Siemens $135m software grant
Leader of the Prime Minister’s Industry 4.0 Taskforce, Siemens ANZ CEO Jeff Connolly, has visited Hannover Messe to sign a joint collaboration agreement with Germany’s Platform Industrie 4.0 Group. The industry groups have entered into the agreement to see closer collaboration between the two countries in developing modern manufacturing sectors. In addition to creating opportunities … Continue reading Australia and Germany collaborate on modern manufacturing
Driverless car manufacturer RDM Group has established its Asia Pacific (APAC) headquarters in Adelaide. The new office will be responsible for purchasing, sales and technology support. There are also plans to develop an assembly plant there in the future. The move adds to Adelaide’s reputation as a driverless car hub – the city was the … Continue reading RDM Group establishes APAC headquarters in Adelaide
Spreading the adoption of Industry 4.0 technologies among Australian manufacturers is vital to lifting their international competitiveness, according to the Australian Manufacturing Growth Centre. Brent Balinski spoke to the group’s chair, Andrew Stevens, about a new partnership aimed at encouraging this adoption.
PRINCIPLES from the automotive, mining and paper industries have helped develop a machine to convert cheap pulpwood into a premium product with the same properties as tropical hardwood.
Major industrial companies have been making serious acquisitions lately, seeking to strengthen their capabilities with metal additive manufacturing. Brent Balinski spoke to Mark Cola, co-founder and CEO of Sigma Labs, about what it all means.
The federal government and business have collaborated to develop new apprenticeship models, including one aimed at preparing participants for digitised manufacturing.
Stratasys has previewed two new fused deposition modeling-based additive manufacturing technologies, co-developed with partners Boeing, Ford and Siemens.
In part two of our Industry 4.0 feature, Michael Freyny, Executive General Manager, Digital Factory, Siemens Australia tells Brent Balinski about the effects on the “servitisation” of manufacturers, exploiting data, and what it all means for Australian manufacturing firms.
The Industry 4.0 concept has slowly been gaining traction over the last four years, and despite aspects of it in use, it still hasn’t properly been realised. In part one of the two-part feature, Michael Freyny, Executive General Manager, Digital Factory, Siemens Australia, tells Brent Balinski about what will be needed to be competitive, and the trend towards batches of one.
Australia gained a so-called seat at the table in April to be a part of the conversation on the next industrial revolution. Brent Balinski spoke to the AMGC’s managing director Jens Goennemann about where to next, and why it’s crucial to be involved.
A high-level group will represent Australia at Germany’s Hannover Messe industrial expo this week, where discussions will be held on adopting common standards for “Industry 4.0”. The Prime Minister’s Industry 4.0 Taskforce was a “direct outcome” of the Australia-Germany Advisory Group and a recommendation of its report, delivered to German Chancellor Angela Merkel during her … Continue reading PM’s new Industry 4.0 taskforce gets seat at international table at Hannover Messe