- Aerospace company
- Australian manufacturing
- Australian space industry
- Beckhoff Automation
- BSC Industrial
- Business Research and Innovation Initiative
- Drinking water
- Geoff Crittenden
- Gilmour Space
- Lloyds Auctions
- medicinal cannabis
- Melissa Price
- Minister for Industry
- nulka active missile
- Science and Technology
- small business
- Stuart Robert
- Swinburne University
- Tyre Stewardship Australia
- University of South Australia
- virtual reality
- Weld Australia
- Western Sydney
Working Around Welders
In 2017, the International Agency for the Research on Cancer (IARC) reclassified welding fume as carcinogenic. These risks apply not only to welders, but also the non-welders who work in close proximity to them. As such, it is important for workers and businesses to educate themselves on the dangers of welding fume, as well as … Continue reading Working Around Welders
Accurate placement on the can
The new rotary applicator from Geyssel Sondermaschinen GmbH attaches up to 30, 000 objects such as drinking straws, spoons or forks to cups, cans or bottles per hour. And it always positions these items so that neither the logo nor the product information are covered – while also ensuring that safety isn’t put at risk … Continue reading Accurate placement on the can
Modernising Manufacturing in the Food & Beverage Industry with Industrial Grade HMIs & Panel PC Technology
Australia’s food and beverage processing industries are worth approximately $26 billion to the economy and employ almost 235,000 people. It is a vital industry because it not only produces goods for the local market, it is also a net exporter of foodstuffs and beverages. When combined with the related industries of agriculture, forestry and fishing, … Continue reading Modernising Manufacturing in the Food & Beverage Industry with Industrial Grade HMIs & Panel PC Technology
Sensors technology for maintenance of wind turbines
Wind energy has grown into a sustainable power technology in recent times. With various
advancements going on in this sector and continued worldwide adoption and implementation, the application of condition monitoring techniques for the predictive maintenance of wind turbines becomes imperative.
Six ways rugged tablets are changing logistics and materials handling
Efficiency is critical in industries such as logistics and materials handling that utilise field and warehouse services. So how do you save time, increase productivity, decrease disruptions and downtime, and improve asset utilisation all at once?
Webinar on Demand: How Can Food and Beverage Producers Benefit from the Digital Transformation of the Laboratory?
Many food producers are leveraging digital technology, such as Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS), to ensure product quality, consumer safety and brand security. In this webinar, Daren Cumberbatch, Thermo Fisher Scientific Sales Manager – Digital Science, Australia and New Zealand and June Tham, Thermo Fisher Scientific Sales Manager – Digital Science, South East Asia look at … Continue reading Webinar on Demand: How Can Food and Beverage Producers Benefit from the Digital Transformation of the Laboratory?
Industry 4.0 solutions for mobile machines
The industrial world is moving steadily towards Industry 4.0 and embracing the technologies that will define this era – a move which, in effect, means increased connectedness between machines and the harnessing of data analytics to enhance operational efficiencies. While there is a lot of literature on the topic of industry 4.0 – or the … Continue reading Industry 4.0 solutions for mobile machines
“New” modular safety relay myPNOZ® – the world’s first batch size 1 safety relay, create your safety.
With the intuitive online tool myPNOZ Creator, users can assemble “their” myPNOZ: it’s delivered pre-assembled, set up and tested and so is a completely individualised system, ready to install. No programming knowledge is required to use myPNOZ Creator, as the logic links for the safety functions are defined on myPNOZ via the modules that are … Continue reading “New” modular safety relay myPNOZ® – the world’s first batch size 1 safety relay, create your safety.
Spelling out safety across the supply chain
Coates Hire has created two safety guides, for truck drivers and load restraint protocols, to promote and embed safe processes across its network of machinery transportation partners.
Not just a gas: Why generating nitrogen onsite makes good business sense
This white paper examines the applications of nitrogen gas in Australian food and beverage operations and the business case for generating nitrogen onsite.
Supply chain management and resilience in 2021 – The Playbook
With COVID-19 impacting our entire supply chain in Australia, now more than ever are manufacturers and those in the wholesale trade asking – what next. The team at Wiise worked with industry Business Consultants, IT Managers and CFO’s as well as supply chain experts from KPMG Australia to look at what businesses need to do … Continue reading Supply chain management and resilience in 2021 – The Playbook
How to champion a new manufacturing ERP
The timing has never been more urgent for small and medium-sized manufacturers and job shops to embrace transformative technologies, including best-of-breed enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions. Market conditions will likely be changing rapidly in the near term, and manufacturing organisations of all sizes will need to improve operational efficiency in order to remain competitive. You … Continue reading How to champion a new manufacturing ERP
How to determine ERP functionality needs
This report by ECI Software Solutions provides a guide for understanding your ERP functionality options and determining your business’ unique needs.
Digital transformation: The present and the future of manufacturing businesses
Over the next decade, technologies including cloud computing, internet of things (IoT), and advanced robotics will become increasingly connected by a common “digital thread”: The Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software system which links every phase of the product life cycle.
Accurate placement on the can
The new rotary applicator from Geyssel Sondermaschinen GmbH attaches up to 30,000 objects such as drinking straws, spoons or forks to cups, cans or bottles per hour. And it always positions these items so that neither the logo nor the product information is covered – while also ensuring that safety isn’t put at risk despite … Continue reading Accurate placement on the can
Safety Spotlight magazine: Insights for the Australian industry
The October 2020 edition of Blackwoods’ Safety Spotlight explores topics and solutions that are critical to keeping people safe on the worksite.
ERP selection and implementation toolkit
What you need to know about ERP selection and implementation and the tools to understand how it applies to your business.
Adapt fast or disappear
A report for operations leaders to navigate the seas of opportunity, accelerate change, and build resiliency beyond COVID-19.
Spatial awareness: Maximising warehouse efficiency with a safety-first approach
This whitepaper discusses the key issues affecting the materials handling sector in the context of current events. Moreover, it proposes a series of safety-first initiatives to help companies optimise their existing warehouse space and increase their ability to move product faster and more effectively.
[ON-DEMAND WEBINAR] Building resilience in your supply chain with cloud ERP
How have businesses in manufacturing, distribution and warehousing adapted during these times? It starts with the right tech. Recent events have proved the need to have a flexible and adaptable operating model. And investing in technology like cloud ERP can do just that. Join Wiise success manager, Chris Mackenzie, and solutions achitect from KPMG, Caroline … Continue reading [ON-DEMAND WEBINAR] Building resilience in your supply chain with cloud ERP