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Wine Solutions from Spray Nozzle Engineering
Editorial
07/02/16 - Spray Nozzle Engineering, a leading Australian spraying solutions company, has a long history of providing solutions to wine and beer processing.
Innovative hydraulic bolting solutions offer optimum outcomes for motor and gearbox alignment
Editorial
07/02/16 - Used extensively across a wide range of industries, electric motors and drives can operate for significant periods of time with few reliability issues.
SigmaTEK to open Melbourne office
Editorial
04/02/15 - SigmaTEK Systems, an authority on CAD/CAM nesting, material optimization, and shop floor automation solutions will open a Melbourne office.
PLC addresses emerging challenges in machinery control
Supplier news
15/01/15 - ABB is extending the capability of one of the AC500 PLC with a very high performance version.
Automation University on tour
Supplier news
08/01/15 - Rockwell Automation has announced that Automation University will be touring regional centres around Australia and New Zealand throughout 2015.
Through automation, Professor Hawking has experienced a 10x improvement in common tasks.
Editorial
10/12/14 - UK professor Stephen Hawking will upgrade his decades-old communications system with a new Intel-created platform.
Honeywell takes a LEAP forward
Supplier news
27/10/14 - It is common for large automation projects to overrun their budgets. Matt McDonald reports on a new methodology that aims to address this situation.
ANSYS enables virtual systems prototyping
Supplier news
01/10/14 - A multidisciplinary integrated approach will help companies arrive at better designs earlier and reduce their reliance on costly physical prototyping.
As vehicles become more and more connected and autonomous, with the ability to communicate to other vehicles and infrastructure through wireless networks, the threat of cyber attack increases.
Editorial
19/09/14 - QUT road safety expert Professor Andry Rakotonirainy says as cars become more connected, they are at a real risk of being hacked.
Dassault Systemes boosts multi-body simulation solutions with SIMPACK acquisition
Supplier news
14/07/14 - SIMPACK provides product designers and consumers with a physical experience of a new product long before it comes into production.
Top 9 automation trends
Editorial
30/06/14 - The following technologies will play a major role in the evolution of automation in the manufacturing sector. Paul Miller explains.

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