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Star performer: Connecting a smart home for optimum energy efficiency

ABB’s home automation solutions are key to the successful completion of South Australia’s first 10 Star rated energy efficient house.

Building energy management is more accessible than ever

From homes to commercial facilities, energy management solutions are more accessible today than ever before. ABB's vision is to see energy efficient solutions incorporated as a default.

Truly transformational home automation

An ambitious Specialist Disability Accommodation project includes a suite of automated features that give residents control and independence.

Gearless conveyor drives proven for large-scale materials handling

How can large mines achieve their ambitious emission targets while keeping materials handling operations efficient? Gearless conveyor drives by ABB might provide the answer.

Robots help additive manufacturing achieve warp speed for SPEE3D

Australian metal additive manufacturing firm SPEE3D has pioneered a fast, affordable process for 3D-printing antimicrobial copper onto metal surfaces.

Smart homes make green cities possible

Imagine a home where waste has been stripped out and energy is applied precisely where, and only when, it’s needed.

Turbochargers power smooth sailing for Spirit of Tasmania

Spirit of Tasmania provides an essential passenger and freight service between Devonport, Tasmania and Port Melbourne, Victoria.

How motor technology drives energy efficiency for Campbell’s Australia

Campbell’s Australia was sceptical that new motor technology could deliver big energy savings at a factory in Shepparton. The proof was in the power bill.

How Artificial Intelligence will transform food and beverage manufacturing

The robots have arrived: automation is a reality and Australian industry needs to embrace these new technologies or we risk becoming laggards