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2014 Women in Industry Award Winners: VIDEOS

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2014 Women in Industry Award Winners: VIDEOS

Over 150 people turned out for the inaugural 2014 Women in Industry Awards dinner in June, where ladies from the mining, manufacturing and engineering sectors were rewarded and recognised for their career achievements.

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Tahmoor Coal wins 2014 PACE Project of the Year Award

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Tahmoor Coal wins 2014 PACE Project of the Year Award

Tahmoor Coal Glencore demonstrated significant potable water savings and adopted a leading-practice approach to water management and sustainable development.

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SAGE Automation wins 2014 PACE Transport and Energy Management Award

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SAGE Automation wins 2014 PACE Transport and Energy Management Award

SAGE worked on a tight timeframe to design and supply a fuel delivery solution suited to extreme environmental conditions in remote Nullabor where the temperatures ranged from -20 to +75 deg C.

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MAR's Daniel Egan-Wyer wins 2014 PACE Young Achiever Award

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MAR's Daniel Egan-Wyer wins 2014 PACE Young Achiever Award

Daniel has shown great innovation, initiative and technical skill in cutting edge automation technologies of 3D vision and complex robot control.

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Machinery Automation & Robotics wins 2014 PACE Manufacturing Award

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Machinery Automation & Robotics wins 2014 PACE Manufacturing Award

The CP bottle line palletising decreased manufacturing costs while improving quality and safety.

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Automating using mobile devices

Automating using mobile devices

Paperless inspection and servicing systems using Pads and tablets help improve productivity and accountability.

Honeywell takes a LEAP forward

Honeywell takes a LEAP forward

It is common for large automation projects to overrun their budgets. Matt McDonald reports on a new methodology that aims to address this situation.

Don't get too excited, no one has cracked nuclear fusion yet

Don't get too excited, no one has cracked nuclear fusion yet

Lockheed Martin's claims of small scale nuclear fusion may have been hasty, according to ANU's Matthew Hole

Qenos makes a step change with Adaptive Process Control

Qenos makes a step change with Adaptive Process Control

The most critical shortcoming of current Advanced Control Systems is that as the plant ages and feedstock characteristics change resulting in inefficiencies and sub-standard output product. The new Adaptive Process Control implemented by Qenos overcomes these limitations.

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Profibus Australia
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ifm efector
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Novaris
John Morris Industrial
Honeywell Building Solutions
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