Sunday 11th Apr, 2021
Industrial Internet of Things technology is helping turn crane braking systems into smart devices.  ABHR speaks to Altra Motion’s Christian Klein and Rex Sinclair to find out how the bulk handling sector can benefit from the cloud.

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4B hazard monitoring proactively protects port

A major London port import/export facility required an ATEX approved, Industry 4.0 compliant solution to avoid another potential serious conveyor fire.

With BULK2020 set to be one of the biggest events in the Australian bulk handling industry, ABHR speaks to Show Director Simon Coburn to find out more.

BULK2020 Spotlight: Kockums Bulk Systems

Following the success of MEGATRANS2018, ABHR sits down with Kockums Bulk Systems Managing Director Francois Steyn to ask what value…
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Data61, the data and digital specialist branch of CSIRO, has launched a digital twin laboratory in Melbourne.

CSIRO’s Data61 launches digital twin lab

Data61, the data and digital specialist branch of CSIRO, has launched a digital twin laboratory in Melbourne. The Mixed Reality…
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Andre Kluge, Managing Director of Schaeffler Australia, explores some of the tangible benefits from Industry 4.0 advances for the bulk handling industry.

From the clouds to the ground: the benefits of Industry 4.0 technology

Andre Kluge, Managing Director of Schaeffler Australia, explores some of the tangible benefits from Industry 4.0 advances for the bulk handling industry.