As robotics researchers, students and enthusiasts gathered at the International Convention Centre in Sydney, home-town teams from universities in Sydney were hoping for simulated and solid success. Two local universities came out with first place honours, University of Sydney (USYD) and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), in the Soccer Simulation 2D League and the … Continue reading RoboCup results in wins for local universities
A research partnership between the Innovative Manufacturing CRC (IMCRC), the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and Downer’s Mineral Technologies has reached its one-year anniversary. The project aims to develop custom 3D printed technologies for precision-engineered mineral separation and mining equipment. The idea of the project is to create mineral separation spirals, which can be produced … Continue reading IMCRC, UTS, 3D printing research partnership hits one year milestone
The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) has opened the gates to the UTS Tech Lab research facility, which will focus on trans-disciplinary research to provide new services to industry. Built at the cost of $65 million, the Tech Lab will focus on exploring areas such as civil and environmental engineering, mechanical and mechatronic engineering, software, and … Continue reading UTS launches $65m Tech Lab for industrial partnerships
A new research project at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) has set out to revolutionise the manufacture of precision-engineered mineral separation and mining equipment. UTS’s Rapido – an advanced technology development unit – has entered a research alliance with Downer business Mineral Technologies and the Innovative Manufacturing CRC (IMCRC) to explore 3D printing for manufacture … Continue reading UTS, Downer and IMCRC to work on 3D-printed mining equipment
Over the past 12 weeks of the inaugural semester of Launchpad, nine startups have laid the ground to survive and thrive into the future, according to a news release by UTS. Launchpad is an elective being offered to both undergraduate and postgraduate students across the university through UTS’s new Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation in collaboration with … Continue reading UTS Launchpad puts student startups into high orbit
Getting a commercial idea off the ground takes fiscal brawn as well as a bright spark – but some claim there isn’t enough being done to encourage investment in Australia’s mid-market. Steven Impey investigates. Spending some time in the company of industry thinkers, you start to gain a wider perspective of the world and where … Continue reading What it means to be a mid-market manufacturer
UTS engineers have developed a new rapid prototyping unit which is helping industry, government and not-for-profit partners translate their innovative ideas and complex problems into viable products and solutions. Dubbed Rapido, the unit is said to have abilities ranging from taking the hassle out of pool maintenance to automating a speedy 3D printer for the … Continue reading UTS develops technology to transform metal manufacturing
Professor Roy Green, Dean of the Business School at University of Technology Sydney and a member of the Prime Minister’s Manufacturing Taskforce, has said that the deferral of BHP’s Olympic Dam expansion is not all bad news.