Australia is trailing behind its global counterparts in digital skills at a time when these capabilities are becoming increasingly important as businesses transition to smart offices. We look at how RMIT’s simulated Digital Office is helping students build these skills and prepare them for the future of work.
The factory of the future will be smart and connected, supported by data analytics that provide insights to drive efficiencies, improve productivity and better serve customers. Making all of this possible are smart sensors that enable connectivity and data sharing. SICK, one of the leading producers of smart sensors, explains how businesses of all sizes can implement smart sensors for industrial automation applications as part of a transition to a smart factory.