Australian e-Health Research Centre
The Australian E-Health Research Centre’s (AEHRC) portfolio of research works delivers valuable gains to the Australian community and economy on multiple fronts: improving the efficient running of hospitals, supporting the shift of care out of hospitals into community settings, and improving clinical outcomes.
CSIRO’s Data61 Cybersecurity represents an exemplar in CSIRO research: clear causal links between research excellence, and meeting the specific needs of government and industry to address large scale challenges and avoid potentially large scale societal and economic costs.
The CSIRO Data61 Natural Hazards and Infrastructure (Data61-NHI) group are driving a nation-wide all-hazards planning and adaptation initiative which brings together key stakeholders to deliver innovative digital solutions to build a more resilient and sustainable society.
Australia's pervasive tracking capacity has been transformed by CSIRO's Data61 Cyber Physical Systems Program.
The first decision support tool that forecasts agricultural innovation adoption rates, initiated by Cooperative Research Centre Future Farm Industries. The Adoption and Diffusion Outcome Prediction Tool (ADOPT) encourages users to consider the influence of a set of population and innovation characteristics on uptake.
Bluetooth Low Energy Aware Tracking (BLEAT) technology offers users the opportunity to improve productivity by reducing the time required to locate objects and people while delivering safety and health benefits.
Coviu: An ON Program case study. Coviu is a modern and easy-to-use software solution for video consultations in healthcare. Coviu provides a turn‑key telehealth solution that goes beyond face-to-face consultation and includes the ability to share and discuss medical imaging, and to book and pay for appointments.
By analysing emerging trends, drivers and scenarios using data science techniques, we can generate accurate insights to inform future strategy and policy decisions. Our Strategic Insights team work to bridge the gap between technology and strategy to help government, industry and community plan for an uncertain future.
Spark: Predicting bushfire spread
Spark is a toolkit for the end-to-end processing, simulation and analysis of bushfires, with AI playing a key role.
Predictive data analytics for the preventative maintenance of assets like water pipes and infrastructure.