Verton Australia is investing in robotic research to advance the manufacturing of its remote-controlled load-management system
A project working on building blood vessels outside of the body
A hand-held device to predict heart failure based on saliva
Priority strategies to transform Australian manufacturing were debated by leaders attending the inaugural conference of the I4AMF
Swinburne University of Technology started testing its newly formulated 3D printing polypropylene-based material this week.
Mthing, an innovative IoT project bringing together key industry and research partners, will research new satellite navigation monitoring sensors for infrastructure design and construction projects
Speedpanel, in collaboration with Swinburne University and with co-investment from IMCRC is developing the next-generation Speedpanel 2.0
Deakin University is joining textile technology experts Xefco and engineering equipment specialists Proficiency Contracting on a new manufacturing R&D project co-funded by IMCRC
A funding partnership between AMSI and IMCRC will put new technologies, business models and digitalisation in reach of Australian manufacturing industry.
In a world first, Swinburne’s Repairbot project successfully 3D prints a replacement lug on an automotive headlamp assembly