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Underground mapping drones and autonomous security robots are among some of the new technologies being shared with Australian SMEs as part of a COVID recovery program launched today by Australia’s science agency. The CSIRO is sharing some of its more easily adoptable, translatable and reasonably priced automation technologies with its

In this week’s Minicast, Schneider Electric’s Zone President and Managing Director, Pacific, Gareth O’Reilly explains the link between the fourth industrial revolution and a “fourth energy revolution”. Which-50’s Minicast publishes each Tuesday. Follow Which-50 on LinkedIn to be the first to view it. 

Medtech company MedAdvisor has been approved by the Federal Government via the Australian Digital Health Agency and will be launching its ePrescribing functionality to help connect GPs, pharmacists and patients as they navigate the rollout of eScripts across Australia. The Federal Government accelerated the rollout of ePrescribing after the COVID-19

Heavy emitters are facing extreme pressure to make their operations greener, not only from their shareholders but their customers further down the supply chain as well.  Australian business leader Simon McKeon says that while public shareholder pressure has focused executives’ attention on sustainability issues, “there’s an even louder voice which

From empty supermarket shelves to delays manufacturing electronics and cars, the COVID-19 crisis has provided a stark example of global supply chain disruption.  In the early months of the crisis, 94 per cent of Fortune 1000 companies suffered supply chain disruptions. Underestimating the risk of supply chain shocks led to

Leading global food and agribusiness bank Rabobank has rolled out technology that enables virtual rural property valuations from CSIRO-backed start-up Digital Agriculture Services (DAS) in Australia. The Rural Valuations Hub, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) product is helping Rabobank deliver consistent, efficient and independent property appraisals. It provides comprehensive information enabling the

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Eight of Australia’s largest industrial companies have agreed to work together to make their operations carbon neutral by 2050.  BHP, Woodside, BlueScope Steel, BP Australia, Orica, APA Group, Australian Gas Infrastructure Group and Wesfarmers – which together represent 14 per cent of Australian industrial emissions – have signed on to

Drone autonomy company, Emesent,  says it has achieved a major breakthrough in the journey to fully autonomous flight systems, with the launch of Autonomy Level 2 (AL2) for Hovermap, the world’s first plug-and-play payload for industrial drones that provides autonomous beyond line of sight, GPS-denied flight. Building on Emesent’s its

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International property and infrastructure group Lendlease, has selected Google Cloud as its primary cloud partner to launch Podium, the company’s recently announced property lifecycle platform callee Podium, aimed at simplifying the interdependencies in the built world. “We believe the next phase of innovation is centred around autonomous buildings, which sees

Spending on Digital Twins will reach $12.7 billion globally by 2021, representing an increase of 17 per cent from $10.8 billion in 2019. The figures are contained in a new report from Juniper Research. Digital Twins are a digital representation of physical assets that utilise IoT data; enabling use cases