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Our scanning, modelling and tracking technologies can collect and extract value from data in both natural and industrial environments.
A new and interactive experience for museum visitors to examine artefacts in three dimensional detail.
Primary topic: Imaging and visualisation
HeatWave is a lightweight handheld device that delivers accurate real-time temperature information overlaid on a precise 3D model of an object or scene.
Primary topic: Robotics, autonomous systems and sensing platforms
Whether it's learning about the daily behaviour of tuna or the changing circulation patterns of an entire ocean basin, marine observing technologies are essential for understanding our marine environment.
Primary topic: Marine technologies
We’re using 3D flood modelling and visualisation to help inform disaster planning and infrastructure needs.
Primary topic: Data for decisions
Argo robotic floats are helping to improve our understanding of the world’s oceans.
Our new 3D imaging technology provides a faster and more accurate way of measuring the characteristics of microscopic bugs and insects in natural colour.
Sense-T is creating the world's first economy-wide intelligent sensor network that integrates different data sources to build a digital view of Tasmania.
In collaboration with various partners and funding agencies, we’ve deployed some 250 electronic tags on 210 different white sharks since 2000 (some sharks are tagged with more than one type of electronic tag).
Primary topic: Sharks
We've developed wireless tracking technology that can operate indoors, underground and in built-up areas.
Primary topic: Wireless and networks
Zebedee is a handheld laser scanner that creates 3D maps of difficult environments in the time it takes to walk through them. It doesn’t rely on GPS, making it suitable for a range of scientific and commercial applications.
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Last updated: Last updated: 4 February 2015
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