Thyssen Krupp Marine Services has said it wants to use ASC’s shipyards to create a hub for building and sustaining combat boats in the Pacific.
A simulation hub to help Asia Pacific businesses break into the global supply chain has launched in South Australia.
Technology now has such a big influence on industry that it could be driving how manufacturing is being repositioned around the world. Alan Johnson writes.
South Australian Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis officially opened Siemens’ new $5 million facility at Tonsley in southern Adelaide yesterday.
More and more international trade is being made up of intermediate goods and services. Brent Balinski reports on some of the efforts to get Australian manufacturers better involved in this.
Advanced manufacturing is an unavoidable term nowadays, and this is for the best. Brent Balinski talked to Jeff Connolly, CEO of Siemens Pacific, about advancing Australian manufacturers, and about the challenges and opportunities of Industry 4.0.
Industry 4.0 has been called the fourth industrial revolution but, according to a recent poll, many people don’t even know what it is.
Much has been written about Industry 4.0 being the next industrial revolution, but how many Australian manufacturers really understand the concept?
Siemens has confirmed it will build a facility in the new Tonsley Park industry hub in Adelaide.
Joe Kaeser, the new CEO of German industrial giant Siemens, has said he played no part in ousting Peter Loescher, contradicting reports that the two were on poor terms.
Siemens is using a Microsoft Kinect sensor in a virtual planning system for work processes.
SIEMENS says its planning and design software and technology can help manufacturers automate the production of large-scale batteries.
E & A Contractors has secured elements of RPG’s wind farming business and is working with Siemens to make wind towers for the Snowtown II project.