EMEX trade show attracts international interest

11 March, 2004

This year's Engineering & Machinery Exhibition (EMEX 2004) trade show is running from 11 to 13 May at the Auckland Showgrounds.

Cabac reaches milestone

19 November, 2003

Cabac, an Australian-owned company with headquarters in Sydney, has recently celebrated 21 years of meeting the needs of the electrical installation industry.

Electronics service in US

07 October, 2003

Tekelek has launched a new services division to provide design and manufacturing support to industry in the United States.

M-tron Industries 2003 product catalogue

08 September, 2003 | Supplied by: Switches Plus Components Pty Ltd

M-tron Industries has released its 2003 full line product catalogue.

T&M Distributor

22 August, 2003

Trio Electrix has been appointed distributor for the Yokogawa test and measurement division in South Australia, Queensland and the Northern Territory.

AEEMA expands into North Asia

21 August, 2003

AEEMA has signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with ICAKorea, Korea's principal ICT agency, on August 14 in Seoul, South Korea.

Joint venture for appliance motion control

21 July, 2003

International Rectifier and Sanyo Semiconductor have announced that they are forming a joint venture to design, develop and market electronic motor drive power modules for energy-efficient appliances and light industrial applications.

New faces at Philmac

07 July, 2003

South Australian-based valve and pipe fittings specialist Philmac has appointed David Stretton as National Distribution and Logistics Manager and to the company's executive board. Mr Stretton will be responsible for national distribution inventory, purchasing and supply chain management of all finished goods.

International Conference on Computational Methods in Fluid Power Technology

07 July, 2003

The first International Conference on Computational Methods in Fluid Power Technology, will be held in Melbourne, from November 26-28.

National Measurement Institute

19 May, 2003

The Australian Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers Association (AEEMA) has welcomed the establishment of a new national agency, the National Measurement Institute, to provide measurement standards and services.

Electronics wastes recovery

10 March, 2003

Electronic wastes - discarded computers, televisions, mobile phones, audio equipment and batteries - can leach lead and other substances that may seep into groundwater supplies.

Its a BLAST for 3G cellular networks

22 October, 2002

A new chip for mobile devices which was developed by Bell Labs team in Australia, implements multiple input/output wireless technology, called BLAST (Bell Labs Layered Space-Time). The technology is used in base station equipment and mobile devices, and is claimed to increase the capacity and coverage of wireless networks, and permit higher speed mobile data connections for notebook PCs and hand held devices.

Austronics, Automate, Electrix Award Winners

22 October, 2002

The Austronics, Automate, Electrix awards were presented at a gala function compered by John Blackman in the Auditorium at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre on Tuesday 15th October 2002. The winners are listed below.

Network alliance agreement

17 October, 2002

Agere Systems and Infineon Technologies are to jointly develop high-performance chips based on the 802.11 standard. The technology resulting in next-generation wireless LAN products will provide business and residential users with flexible access to email and the Internet. It has a bandwidth that is 20 times higher than current wireless networks and will reach up to 54 Mbit/s.

National Instruments moves to Sydney

25 September, 2002

National Instruments is relocating its Australian headquarters from Melbourne to Sydney. The move is scheduled for completion by February 2003.

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