Modern Manufacturing Expo

Boosting Australia’s competitiveness and reshoring manufacturing is a hot topic, along with an increased focus on automation. Automation Systems & Controls weighs in ahead of the Modern Manufacturing Expo.

Maria Kinsella breaks down the manufacturing initiatives proposed by the new government, and gives more context on the resources available to help support this plan for advancement.

Open IIoT hopes to encourage more local manufacturers to join the manufacturing digital revolution, and help them to realise the practical benefits of embarking on this process.

The Modern Manufacturing Town Hall, held on 30 March marked the beginning of a strengthened partnership between government and industry in advancing manufacturing in Australia.

The Modern Manufacturing Taskforce, spearheaded by Investment NSW, will be in attendance at the upcoming Town Hall, with advanced manufacturing its core focus.

In an increasingly competitive global landscape, Australia’s manufacturers are advised by the CSIRO to not delay their implementation of Industry 4.0/5.0 technologies.

The IICA has been announced as a foundation partner for the Modern Manufacturing Expo, cementing the exhibition’s status as an event that will help set the agenda for the future of manufacturing in Australia.

Industry 4.0 has given way to Industry 5.0, and the manufacturing sector is poised to take this to the next level, with the concept to be fully explored at the Modern Manufacturing Town Hall on 16 February.