The Progress of Industrial Machinery

Author Archives: Joann Hernandez

How the Wine Harvester Revolutionised the Wine World

Recently while staying in accommodation Yarra Valley based I was reminded by the receptionist that the Northern Hemisphere harvest starts this coming month. Myself, and lots of wine enthusiasts may envision– or may choose– a situation that included experienced harvesters carefully choosing the absolute best lots of grapes, all by hand but over my stay […]

Cloud Computing in Construction

What exactly is cloud computing? The “cloud” is a tech word with varying definitions. In most cases though, it describes using virtual servers where users get saved data through an online connection stored on a cloud management platform. Providing access in this way is often known as using cloud-based or online services. Others refer to […]

Home Builders Insurance ‘Black Hole’ in NSW

The NSW Home Structure Act says that a registered home builder offers a builders indemnity insurance coverage certificate to their customers prior to commencement of residential building works when the labour and materials associated with the work surpasses $20,000 in value. The Act specifically excludes this requirement for domestic apartment buildings over 3 levels in […]

Remote Tracking and IIoT are Ending up Being Market Requirements for Product Packaging Equipment

Anticipate a considerable increase in use of product packaging devices with remote tracking and connection with the Industrial Web of Things (IIoT) in the next few years as it ends up being a “should have” to make sure business stay efficient in a significantly competitive international market. In a world of continuous connection by means […]

11-Part Telehandler Bobcat Range Released

A new range of rigid frame telehandlers has been launched by Bobcat for the landscape construction and rental industries Manufactured at the company’s plant at Pontchâteau in France, Bobcat now offers a choice of 11 new telehandler models covering maximum lifting capacities between 2.6 tonnes and 4.1 tonnes, with lifting heights from 6m to 18 […]

New Loaders in Kubota’s Farm Arsenal

KUBOTA’s new articulated RO65 wheeled loader will most likely strike the ideal cost point for many farmers looking for such a compact model. Powered by a Kubota 47kW (63hp) diesel motor, Kubota says the power plant features low noise, low vibration and low fuel intake. The spacious taxi ergonomic design is created to keep the […]

The Birth of the Crane

For centuries, archaeologists and historians have been baffled by how Stonehenge was constructed. The largest of the Sarsen stones transferred to Stonehenge weighs 50 tonnes which indicates that transportation by boat would have been difficult without the cloud services technology we have these days to assist with cranes. Legend holds that ancient druids levitated the […]

Forest Market Advisory Council (FIAC) Recommendations Have Timber Providers Thrilled

In 2014, the Australian Federal government developed a group of forestry and wood market experts called the Forest Market Advisory Council (FIAC) The purpose was to put together a gifted cross-section of people from within the industry with various points of view to encourage the government on the best ways to improve the forestry and […]