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How forensic engineering can determine cause of equipment failure

Posted on September 15, 2014

Forensic engineering company Soto Consulting has expanded its resources to provide private and public companies with a specialised service that can determine the cause of equipment failure in industrial environments. Originally posted by Architecture & Design. Read more here.

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Determine Causes of Machine, System Malfunctions

Posted on September 15, 2014

A leader in forensic engineering has expanded resources to provide private and public companies with a specialized service that can determine causes of machine and system malfunctions – often in circumstances carrying serious consequences. SOTO Consulting steps in when government authorities and police investigators need a forensic specialist to identify precise causes of equipment failure, system or […]

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Australian firm expands forensic engineering platform

Posted on September 14, 2014

A leader in forensic engineering has expanded resources to provide private and public companies with a specialised service that can determine causes of machine and system malfunctions – often in circumstances carrying serious consequences. Originally posted by MHWMagazine. Read more here.

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Why collaborating with academia is the way forward for engineering companies

Posted on September 11, 2014

Australian Consulting Engineers design and development company Soto Group advises private companies in the engineering sector to collaborate with academia and various technical development agencies and tap a lucrative business potential. Article originally posted by Ferret. Read more.

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Academic collaborations offer new value proposition for engineering firms

Posted on September 11, 2014

Australian design and development company Soto Group Pty Ltd has partnered with academic and technical institutions to help commercialise new technologies to market. Article originally posted by Architecture & Design. Read More.

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Australian manufacturers collaborate for underground mine solutions

Posted on August 15, 2014

An evolving collaboration between two Australian companies has seen the development of a range of patented technologies designed to enhance operator safety in underground mines. SOTO Consulting, a multi-discipline design engineering company and Leussink Engineering, a diverse and highly resourced manufacturer have collaborated to develop the SWIFTA and a Mine Tow Hitch, both designed to […]

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Safer underground equipment through local collaboration and innovation

Posted on August 12, 2014

At a time when Australian manufacturing is seen as non-inventive against a flood of imported equipment for the mining sector, two Australian companies have evolved their relationship to produce innovative equipment for use in underground coal mines to fill market voids. Read more at http://www.ferret.com.au/articles/news/safer-underground-equipment-through-local-collaboration-and-innovation-n2516634#PJa6LrdkC54TIcMK.99

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Answers to Cost Effective R&D Closer than Material Handling Sector Thinks

Posted on August 1, 2014

The rate of research and development (R&D) across Australia’s industries has slipped in the last 10 years, yet the founder and Managing Director of a longstanding engineering and design company says the ingredients for its revival have never gone away. In fact, says Mr Frank Soto of Soto Consulting, poor recognition of internal capabilities often […]

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Capex management the new economy, according to Australian engineering firm

Posted on August 1, 2014

Australian consulting engineering and R&D firm Soto Consulting observes that Australian mining companies are focussing on sustainable Capex to maximise their returns from existing assets and get more production and productivity gains. Read more at http://www.ferret.com.au/articles/news/capex-management-the-new-economy-according-to-australian-engineering-firm-n2516319#KXVKpJ4hVyaVcSIv.99

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Sustainable capex for productivity gains in Australian mining

Posted on August 1, 2014

Australian consulting engineering and R&D firm Soto Consulting says that Australian miners are opting for sustainable capex to get more from existing assets as well as derive production and productivity gains. Originally posted by Architecture & Design. Read more here.

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