CSIRO, through Innovate to Grow, is offering SMEs in Australia within the energy sector access to a free 10-week self-paced virtual learning programme aimed at supporting their research, product development, and innovation goals.
The integration has created a transparent business process in providing services in the agricultural and spatial planning sector that increase service quality and satisfaction with government services.
Swinburne University of Technology and a tech leader are partnering to create 3D digital twins of Swinburne’s Factory of the Future to improve manufacturing efficiency and introduce Industry 4.0 technologies to SMEs.
The nation’s emphasis on innovation has resulted in the development of new technologies and solutions that have aided its economic growth and global competitiveness in the increasingly digital-first era.
A team of researchers at the UNSW has developed a highly sensitive spin-measuring device that could be integrated into existing commercial systems, potentially revolutionising various fields of research.
Researchers designed single-layer 2D materials which may bend when in a ferroelectric condition to a specific direction, making them helpful in future products.