Rail safety is being improved in Australia and Indonesia via computer models that predict how rail cars will respond to different track conditions.
The safety and reliability of vehicles could be improved with new technology developed by NI.
A safety initiative aimed at road construction workers has been recognised with the AAPA National Safety Initiative Industry Award.
Wood flooring manufacturer is using the latest microScan3 safety laser scanner from SICK to improve safety and productivity in a challenging environment.
There are some key considerations to take into account when selecting and replacing hydraulic hose assemblies.
The Bestech Australia 8431 and 8432 precision miniature load cells are designed for precise tension and compression force measurements in limited spaces.
Two technology companies have been selected by the Australian Department of Defence to develop the equivalent of a black box for soldiers to capture crucial data on the battlefield.
The operation of trucks, excavators, forklifts and other heavy vehicles in both industrial worksites and public areas is dangerous. Far too often, serious accidents occur when personnel are loading and unloading these powered mobile plants.
The use of drone technology is on the increase, with companies across a range of industries electing to utilise unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPASs) to carry out expensive or high-risk inspection programs.
Australian tech firm Cohda Wireless has trialled its vehicle-to-pedestrian (V2P) technology on city streets for the first time.
The Reer Safegate type 4 range of safety light curtains are suitable for the protection of a large number of high-risk industrial applications, particularly those requiring a high level of integration of the muting functions.
Rockwell Automation has released its Safety Maturity Index for Machine Builders tool to help machine builders bring safety to their machine designs.
A mine's network of haul roads can either be its greatest asset or its greatest liability. Eric Tomicek from Australian Diversified Engineering explains that the path to safe and efficient haul road operations begins with understanding what friction is, being able to measure it and knowing how to manage it.