Tailor Made 3D Printing

Tailored clothing made to measure from your own digital twin. A scan of your body can be sent to a 3D printer anywhere in the world. Your body scan will be 3D printed – life size – for clothing made to your own measurements!! The Tec.Fit suite of advanced technology services allows customers to scan themselves in the privacy of their own home quickly. The data is collected and creates a 3D body model stored in the cloud awaiting the consumer to call upon it for either online clothing ordering or more detailed custom clothing. https://tec.fit/about-us/

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Dry cleaning from the comfort of your own closet

Samsung’s Airdresser is a clothes steaming closet that saves you trips to the dry cleaner. Their latest smart home tech puts a steamer in your closet to effortlessly straighten your clothes. It is a closet within your closet that refreshens your clothes after you hang them up. It eliminates the process of having to wash your clothes, wait for it to dry and/or iron them, as it does it all at once in the convenience of your own home. https://www.cnet.com/news/samsung-airdresser-is-a-closet-for-rich-people-and-were-obsessed/

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‘Manufacturing on the Move’ LinkedIn Discussion Group – focusing on Australian advanced manufacturing.

‘Manufacturing on the Move’ LinkedIn Discussion Group –  focusing on Australian advanced manufacturing.

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The world’s first plastic neutral nation

Australian technology donated to a Southeast Asian nation aims to recycle 20,000 tonnes of plastic each year. Timor-Leste is a target for ocean plastics, and much washes up on their pristine beaches. The country will get a new $60 million recycling plant, with work due to start next year. The plant will help process all their plastic waste and the government is aiming for it to become the world’s first plastic neutral nation. Plastic neutral means no used plastics will enter the environment as waste, and will instead be recycled into new products. www.sbs.com.au/news/timor-leste-could-become-the-first-plastic-neutral-nation-thanks-to-australian-technology

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A new way to work remotely

Double 3 is a self-driving, two-wheeled videoconferencing robot that revolutionises the way you work remotely. You are likely to see more of these robots rolling around the workplace as remote workers catch up with their team at HQ. They enable remote workers to feel more connected to their colleagues by giving them a physical presence where they can’t be in person. Driving your own Double means you are free to roam around the office, attend meetings and visit work sites, from anywhere in the world. www.doublerobotics.com

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A day in the future surrounded by glass

In Corning’s “A Day Made of Glass” videos, you see a world with seamless delivery of real-time information, where people stay connected through a virtual world at their fingertips, and where everyday surfaces are transformed from one-dimensional utilities into sophisticated electronic devices. Ideas in the video are now becoming a reality. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZkHpNnXLB0&feature=youtu.be

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A bus that comes near your home

Travellers in Sydney’s Inner West can now book a dedicated seat on BRIDJ, an On Demand public transport bus, with micro buses in the region. BRIDJ doesn’t always take the same route like a normal bus service so they’ll ask you to meet where it’s safe to board. They give you walking directions to your pick up location via an app which also takes payments. The BRIDJ technology was born in 2014 in Boston, Massachusetts out of a need to provide transport options for parts of the city that were under serviced by public transport.  After a major partnership fell through, BRIDJ was acquired by Transit Systems, an Australian-based company with experience in running successful bus operations around the world. www.bridj.com

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Sensors Help Machines Run Smooth

The Movus FitMachine sensor monitors equipment for a number of conditions, including vibration, noise and temperature. This information is then monitored and processed by the MachineCloud using Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. Their learning algorithm collects samples and establishes the baseline of manufacturing equipment. The artificial intelligence sends early alerts when equipment starts behaving abnormally. https://www.movus.com.au/fitmachine/

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Smart Contact Lenses

Samsung has just been granted a U.S. patent to develop smart contact lenses capable of taking pictures, recording videos, and even beaming images directly into a wearer’s eyes. The lenses are designed to include motion sensors, which means that wearers could control devices with their eye movements and potentially give commands to their devices remotely when blinking or using their peripheral vision. @IdeaSpies https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2019/08/06/samsung-patents-smart-contact-lenses-record-video-let-control/amp/

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Nuclear energy that’s super safe and affordable

The next generation of nuclear reactors called small modular reactors (SMR’s) can be built in a factory and transported to customers by truck or barge. They could overcome Australia’s resistance to power by fission and lead to super-safe and relatively cheap sources of electricity using Australia’s vast uranium resources . Rolls Royce say theirs could be in operation by 2030. Good to hear that a Parliamentary Enquiry will be held in Australia to review opportunities with nuclear energy.  It seems that the following generation of nuclear energy  uses fusion which does not need Australia’s uranium. https://www.afr.com/companies/energy/the-new-nuclear-option-small-safe-and-cheap-20190813-p52gr6 http://old.ideaspies.com/small-nuclear-power-reactors-for-affordable-low-carbon-energy/.

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