A self-driving robot, developed by Ford engineers, has been put to work delivering spare parts around one of the company's manufacturing plants.
Test and measurement company Keysight Technologies has opened a new site in Mulgrave, Victoria, offering what it describes as a true one-stop shop for calibration needs.
CEBIT Australia has released the first part of its 2019 program, which is set to focus on digital transformation and business growth and innovation.
Morse Micro, an Australian semiconductor IoT start-up, has secured $23.8 million in Series A funding to take its ultralow-power Wi-Fi HaLow chip to mass production.
STMicroelectronics has joined the Car Connectivity Consortium — a cross-industry organisation advancing global technologies for smartphone-to-car connectivity solutions.
Development distributor element14 announced the addition of product portfolios from two new suppliers in recent weeks.
Lithium Australia and DLG Battery have signed a letter of intent to form a joint venture for the supply and sale of DLG lithium-ion batteries, packs and modules in Australia.
Testing house EMC Technologies has advised that it can now provide NATA accredited testing to IEC 61000-4-18 or EN 61000-4-18.
Engineers have successfully measured the fidelity of two-qubit logic operations in silicon, with highly promising results that are said to confirm the promise of silicon for quantum computing.
Deakin University has welcomed the Labor Party's pledge to support a battery manufacturing plant in Geelong if it wins the federal election, to help accelerate an electric vehicle future.
A proposed $50 million Australian Centre for Innovative Manufacturing (ACIM), to be led by Flinders University, has welcomed a $20 million commitment from federal Labor.
The test set-up provides a 5G network simulation to test a mobile phone in real time using a signalling connection.
In-mould electronics will enable high-volume production of structural electronics where the electronic circuitry and functionality are part of the 3D structure itself.
The Victorian Government has revealed plans to contribute $1 million towards establishing an international-standard artificial intelligence centre in Melbourne.