The A$ 2.1 million Digital Health CRC project will deliver live streams of clinical analytics and reporting information in the form of online dashboards to drive quality improvement, safety assurance and more efficient accreditation in hospitals.
University of Queensland staff and students will participate in a year-long mobility-as-a-service trial that will allow them to plan, book and pay for multi-modal trips through an app.
Griffith Uni launched an AI video surveillance system to detect social distancing breaches in an airport. By keeping image processing gated to a local network of cameras, the team bypassed the traditional need to store sensitive data on a central system.
A team at the Harry Butler Institute is developing and applying technological tools that can shed light on the activities of marine animals and better understand them.
CSIRO and a major telecom conducted a nationwide project aimed at informing resiliency decisions across several industries, including telecommunications, energy and emergency services.
Two ANU projects have received funding from The Australian Moon to Mars Demonstrator Feasibility Grants from the Australian Space Agency to help test new activities that will drive space exploration.
Queensland’s persimmon industry will gain greater market and production data insights thanks to a Digital Transformation Grant of A$ 42,800 to develop the new digital platform by June next year.
A UniSA team simulated a hit-and-run scene, reconstructing the events with a laser scanner to compare verdicts between ‘jurors’ using 3D headsets and those relying on photographs from the scene.
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