While there has always been innovation in the defence industry, the race is on for their supply chain partners to adopt Industry 4.0 technologies.
It's no secret that the future of energy will be vastly different to how we know it today. This brings a raft of challenges for energy providers, but also plenty of new opportunities for the industry and energy consumers alike.
As the closure of another coal-fired power station draws closer, planning Australia’s energy future is becoming even more important.
Australia had the hottest summer on record earlier this year, and with an ever-increasing need for energy due to our growing population, the pressure placed on the electricity network grid continues to grow.
Defence organisations are always facing new challenges.
As the implementation of industry 4.0 technologies becomes a reality for more and more manufacturers, the full potential benefits these advancements have for the defence supply chain have yet to be realised.
‘Perfect production’ with zero breakdowns, zero defects and zero accidents may seem like a dream. But the Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) approach is bringing manufacturers closer to making this a reality.
The biggest challenge faced by local government when implementing smart city initiatives is understanding the strategy to drive actions to practical benefits.
Councils are increasingly seeking out smarter asset management methods that improve resource allocation and ultimately public services.