As businesses rapidly accelerate digital transformation efforts in the wake of COVID-19, RMIT University brings together industry experts and researchers to provide key insights into future trends and opportunities.
Australia’s $1.5 billion Modern Manufacturing Strategy investment to the drive COVID economic recovery has been inspired by several key nations, championing innovation to remain globally competitive.
US Air Force launches Advanced Manufacturing Olympics, as global political and industry leaders accelerate Industry 4.0 solutions in the wake of COVID-19 upheavals.
New breeds of factory floors known as makerspaces are democratising manufacturing, enabling grassroots tech movements across the globe to design solutions to the global health crisis.
Major industry-government initiatives across the globe are mobilising to bolster advanced manufacturing growth, to revive economies and create jobs in the wake of COVID-19.
Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre provides deep dive into manufacturing related challenges and opportunities amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Australia’s digital manufacturing industry mobilises to address looming medical supply shortages by converting tech workspaces into critical medical manufacturing centres.
Advanced manufacturing can locally produce life saving medical equipment to fight coronavirus, as Australia’s government investigates onshore production amid surging global demand.
3D printing is saving lives, filling crucial gaps in global supply chains buckling under the weight of the coronavirus.