A $14 million research consortium will explore how new technologies and the Internet of Things may improve efficiencies and opportunities for South Australia’s mining sector.
News releases - Kyam Maher
South Australia’s headline unemployment rate was down 0.5 to 5.7 per cent in August, according to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics Labour Force data.
After more than 35 years supplying the automotive industry, Conma Industries Pty Ltd will use $328,700 in Automotive Supplier Diversification Program funding to progress their diversification into the wine sector.
New silent radar technology to protect soldiers and manage commercial air traffic will be brought to market with the help of $200,000 in State Government funding.
South Australian manufacturer Rope & Plastic Group is preparing to take their locally-made Ecodry clothesline to market, which was assisted by a $200,000 grant through the State Government’s Automotive Supplier Diversification Program (ASDP).
An Adelaide company developing capability for the commercial manufacture of solar powered drones will receive $150,000 in support under the State Government’s Early Commercialisation Fund.
The National Motor Museum and the History Trust of South Australia will install a permanent exhibition at the National Motor Museum in Birdwood that tells the story of South Australia’s proud history of automotive manufacturing.
International students will soon learn to fly in Leigh Creek’s clear skies and uncrowded air space through a trial by Parafield Airport-based pilot training school, Flight Training Adelaide.
The State Government extends its deepest to sympathies to the family and friends of Yankunytjatjara elder Yami Lester OAM, who died last night in Alice Springs, aged 75.
South Australia’s headline unemployment rate was down 0.3 to 6.6 per cent in June, according to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics Labour Force data.
New software to reduce the incidence workplace deaths and injuries on farms will be made available, with a South Australian start up receiving nearly $500,000 to bring its idea to market.
Twenty of South Australia’s best scientists, researchers and educators have been named finalists in this year’s South Australian Science Excellence Awards.