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From smartphone apps and robotics, to wearable technology and next gen wireless, we're providing innovative information technology solutions that are helping to secure Australia's digital future.
We’ve developed a tool called ‘We Feel’ to see if social media can accurately map our emotions and help us better understand mental health.
Thousands of honey bees have been fitted with tiny sensors as part of a world-first research program to monitor the insects’ movements. The team are working with Brazil’s Vale Institute of Technology to take the technology to the Amazon.
A new breed of industrial robots and ICT systems could transform Australian industry, creating safer environments and more efficient factories.
We've developed a range of apps and software solutions to support health and wellbeing, digital service delivery, energy efficiency and disaster management.
We are using big computers to tackle big challenges in fields such as atmospheric modelling, satellite data, geoscience and astronomy.
In our labs we build robots and machines that can operate in the field, the factory floor, the ocean and even the sky. We also used advanced 3D printing technology to deliver customised solutions.
Our scanning, modelling and tracking technologies can collect and extract value from data in both natural and industrial environments.
Building on our legacy as inventors of the technology that underpins WiFi, we're now working on next generation telecommunication solutions.
We're developing clothing and accessories that integrate advanced technology such as electronics, tracking systems, virtual reality and camouflage.
We love innovation so we're excited to have finalists in the 2016 national iAwards, Australia’s leading technology innovation awards.
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Last updated: Last updated: 4 February 2015
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