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This week: Manufacturing Hall of Fame award winners - Smart camera system stamping out manufacturing defects - Virtual reality, not just for games - and more.
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The Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame recognises outstanding businesses and individuals in the manufacturing industry. Last night, during National Manufacturing Week, the 2019 winners were announced. - djpr.vic.gov.au
No country can hope to have a sustainable manufacturing sector without the ability to make its own industrial machines, and Australia is no exception. - aumanufacturing.com.au
Electric vans, utes and eventually cars will be assembled in Adelaide from next year, with start-up company ACE EV to sign an agreement with an Adelaide-based business. - abc.net.au
Before they launch a high-profile gadget, consumer electronics companies usually fly armies of engineers to China, where they spend weeks in remote factories hammering out manufacturing problems that can turn hot new electronics into a hot mess. - cnbc.com
It’s The Rise Of The Machines As Ford Reveals Its Spare-Part-Delivery Robot Known As ‘Survival’ Which It Hopes To Roll Out At Other Factories In Its Network. - practicalmotoring.com.au
Virtual reality (VR) has made a dent in gaming, but its real value is in commercial and industrial environments. Improved graphics, lighter-weight goggles, and better software along with lower costs will make VR solutions ubiquitous across many arenas. - machinedesign.com
Additive manufacturing’s potential benefits has exploded while costs have dropped, leading to breakthroughs like fabricated organs and prosthetics and the proliferation of 3D printers in K-12 classrooms around the world. - industryweek.com
The Volvo Rottweiler is an autonomous construction vehicle that can work in rough terrain. It's equipped with athat creates the materials it uses to construct buildings. And it's made of Lego bricks. - cnet.com
A new generation of point artificial intelligence solutions will prove themselves in the near future. They’ll build new trust, urgency and understanding of what ‘AI’ actually is and just how much it can deliver. - industryweek.com
Innovation: to say it’s a buzzword might be putting it a little too lightly. Today, it’s everywhere and what nearly every company craves. That’s not to say it’s not for good reason; innovation is what inoculates you from disruption. - forbes.com
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