The new fitness tracker helps predict sports performance among Australian cricketers to elevate their performance and helps coaches detect changes in an athlete’s aerobic performance, providing valuable information.
The government is backing the state’s police with the critical new equipment frontline officers need to do their job and has taken delivery of millions of dollars worth of new Body Worn Cameras and Tasers.
In a world first, the NSW Government has developed two mobile apps in partnership with Deakin University and the University of Auckland to encourage people to gamble responsibly and access support for problem gambling.
The government has announced AU$ 20 million funding for a common user facility at the Australian Space Park as part of the Modern Manufacturing Initiative to boost the nation’s sovereign space manufacturing capability.
Newly-funded research at UniSA aims to further transform the way rare earth elements and other vital battery metals are recovered from the earth.
A Brisbane start-up company founded on UQ tech to monitor the health of electricity network transformers has been acquired by a French multinational company in a multi-million-dollar deal.
The crack detection tech for high-rise buildings is among innovations sharing AU$ 2.4 million in the Ignite Ideas funding. The instruments can be embedded in concrete foundations, soil and walls to monitor the construction in real-time.
The new integration extends the use of WA Police’s OneForce Core application, enabling frontline officers to manage key operational workflows from within their police vehicles.
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