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Tiny Nuclear Reactors Are Changing Energy
With nuclear energy's newest developments, these NuScale Power simulations are building up to the latest in small modular reactor
1 August 2022 by Michael Sharp...

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New procurement rules benefit SME's and First Nation businesses
A fifth of the federal government’s annual $70 billion of goods and services purchases must be awarded to small and medium-sized
29 July 2022 by IdeaSpies

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E - Power Backhoe Loader
Deere has partnered with National Grid, a northeast U.S. electricity, natural gas, and clean energy delivery company that is striving to be carbon-neutral, on a backhoe solution that supports its sustainability objectives.The E-Power backhoe loader, an all-battery prototype built off the current 310L backhoe loader, 100-horsepower diesel equivalent was the result.See https://www.constructionequipment.com/topical/green-resources/article/21008135/sustainability-is-finally-more-than-a-buzzword
17 July 2022 by Michael Sharp...

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‘Like using sonogram on bridges and pavement’
Department of Civil Engineering, will develop an internal damage identification model that leverages deep-learning technologies.“This ACE system will be like using a sonogram on bridges and pavement,” Ham said. “We’ll use the system to find internal cracks—ones that aren’t always visible to the naked eye—without a closed lane on a highway. We’ll use a wave-scattering theory approach to determine the severity of those internal cracks.” See https://www.miragenews.com/like-using-sonogram-on-bridges-and-pavement-819588/
15 July 2022 by Michael Sharp...

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Road Infrastructure Technology
Transport NSW and the Roads and Transport Directorate will trial a new Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology that tracks and prioritises road repairs, and could even identify potholes before they form.The $2.9 million ‘Asset AI™’ trial has seen 32 sensors installed on public transport buses, and when combined with local weather observations, the technology could be used to calculate and predict the rate of deterioration in roads, and streamline asset maintenance. See https://infrastructuremagazine.com.au/2022/07/14/ai-and-predictive-analysis-to-streamline-road-maintenance/
15 July 2022 by Michael Sharp...

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Semiconductors for Australia
A new initiative to drive sovereign semiconductor capability will be established in NSW to support critical local industries including health, defence and telecommunications. The Semiconductor Sector Service Bureau (S3B) brings together leading experts from the University of Sydney, Macquarie University, UNSW Sydney, CSIRO and the Australian National Fabrication Facility.See https://www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2022/06/27/university-to-drive-nsw-s-semiconductor-capability.html
14 July 2022 by Michael Sharp...