Phenonet: wireless sensors in agriculture
The High Resolution Plant Phenomics Centre is using CSIRO-developed smart sensor nodes to record microclimate and plant data in the field in an effort to select new plant varieties suited to difficult growing conditions.
Broadband for Australia
CSIRO is developing technologies to connect people and machines with high speed broadband and enable them to access the wireless internet anytime, anywhere.
Creating a wireless world
CSIRO is working on enabling technologies for future mobile and wireless communications networks and developing next generation imaging and sensing systems.
CSIRO is developing improved communications systems and sensors for innovative medical and industrial applications.
Wealth from Oceans Flagship video
In this video, discover how the Wealth from Oceans Flagship is helping Australia secure its social, economic and environmental future through knowing our oceans.
CSIRO in global push to develop the Web
CSIRO hosts the Australian World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Office, developing common protocols promoting the evolution of the Web and ensuring its interoperability.
Trust can be portable
CSIRO has developed the world's first portable trusted computing platform that enables users to do business across the Internet from any computer with confidence.
Improving marine management with TasMAN
The Tasmanian Marine Analysis Network (TasMAN) is demonstrating low cost monitoring technologies, improving understanding of coastal regions and enabling better informed environmental management.
Smart systems for safer vehicle management
CSIRO is developing systems for management of vehicles in industrial situations, which offer improved efficiencies in fleet operation, and safer operating conditions for drivers.
Customised flyers on demand
CSIRO’s SciFly combines information retrieval software with text-based search technology to produce a personalised flyer on the spot.
CSIRO’s SciFly combines information retrieval software and interactive hardware to produced customised flyers on the spot.