CSIRO and the world’s largest aerospace company launched a new $41 million five-year research programme that will focus on improving sustainability and using digital technologies to boost productivity.
Australian researchers working with the UN have developed a tool to drive practical change in the world’s global resource consumption through better understanding how many resources each country consumes.
The ground-breaking platform builds digital twins to unlock the full value of on-farm data that help farmers optimise yields, sustainability and profitability.
A world-first real-time bushfire hazard detection and warning system using artificial intelligence is being developed by the University of Queensland and the philanthropic arm of an American multinational tech company.
By replicating a computer-generated bushfire using virtual reality, University of South Australia researchers studied the responses of 400 people in an Australian-first experiment, with some interesting results.
A CSIRO spin-out company alongside CSIRO, The University of Sydney, The University of Technology Sydney as well as industry partners are developing a comprehensive digital toolkit for telehealth wound care.
CSIRO recently established a new facility in Brisbane which provides a Moon-like environment for testing and evaluating rovers and related equipment with an initial focus of exploring lunar terrain and resources.
The agency is conducting a new trial, believed to be world-first, involving using artificial intelligence and edge computing technology to reduce congestion.
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