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New ag-tech facility in Melbourne to explore use of AI, automation, robotics, sensor technology in farming
The facility aims to innovate new smart farming techniques including automated
harvesting and driverless vehicles in response to the growing challenges faced
by the agriculture sector.
EXCLUSIVE – “Seeing is Believing” – How DHHS Victoria is benefiting from the Platform + Agile approach
“Our Platform+Agile approach has enabled us to
deliver over 30 new business systems in the last 18 months without any of the
usual procurement and delivery issues.”
“Buccaneer is designed to improve understanding of the outer
atmosphere, in particular the Ionosphere, which plays a key role in Australia’s
world-leading Over-the-Horizon radar capability.”
“Today’s announcement brings our total investment in rolling out world-leading communications infrastructure to more than $2 billion.”
An important priority for the Regional Office is strengthening regional cooperation and coordination and implementing WMO’s capacity-development initiatives.
MPA Singapore completes pilot trial on New Cognitive-Based System to Improve Maritime and Port Operations
“The SAFER project will enable us to reap immediate benefits especially in the areas of next-generation port enforcement and monitoring of vessel movements.”
“It is pleasing to see this successful collaboration between government and non-government organisations and major businesses promoting STEM opportunities.”
Australian Government looking into expansion of the Cashless Debit Card to help reduce welfare-fuelled alcohol abuse
“The Card is not a panacea but the evaluation indicates it’s helping reduce alcohol and drug consumption, and gambling. Very few other initiatives have had such impact.”
New Zealand’s Ministry of Education partners with ICT industry to enhance digital learning opportunities
“The Ministry of Education has been holding workshops around NZ, getting feedback from more than 3000 teachers, principals, school leaders, students, parents and industry on the proposed curriculum changes.”