Monitoring the environment
Coral reef surveying
An underwater surveillance robot that uses smart vision and machine learning to autonomously detect, record and communicate the species and location of marine flora and fauna.
Climate hazard risks platform
In a world with emerging uncertainty around environmental and climatic risk, we've developed a platform that translates risks into adaptation opportunities for critical infrastructure.
Building smart cities
Monitoring structural health
Sensor technology and advanced data analytics is enabling us to continuously monitor critical pieces of infrastructure, like the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
NSW Spatial Digital Twin
The NSW Spatial Digital Twin is a powerful interactive live data sharing, collaboration and visualisation tool that captures 3D and 4D spatial data to model the urban environment.
Personalising medical treatment
Computer games and mental health
Our researchers have developed a specially-designed simple computer game to assess brain activity and diagnose mental health disorders through the application of neural information processing systems.
Assessing breast density automatically
We've worked with the University of Melbourne to develop software to help identify women at higher risk of breast cancer and women potentially suited to personalised cancer screening strategies.
Ensuring secure data
Keeping your data private
Our data experts on why it's so important to keep your data private, how you can protect it, and the trade-off between personalised content and an individual's privacy online.
Sharing data securely
Data forms the framework of informed decision making, and with so much of it available, it makes sense to share these insights with others. We're creating technology to ensure these private, and sometimes sensitive, datasets are shared with only who they're intended for.
Data-driven strategic insights
The New Normal report
Global Trade and Investment Megatrends identifies five megatrends that will reshape global trade and investment in the coming months and years in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, with the report offering nine strategic actions for governments and industry to position Australia for economic success.
The future of COVID-created workplace: Insights
The pandemic has dramatically accelerated the shift of employees working from home, with much of Australia’s workforce teleworking during the lockdowns.
The industries and actions crucial to our post-pandemic economic recovery
The policy question for strategists trying to regenerate the embers of our dampened economy is which industries can provide an immediate boost to employment and which can sustainably boost employment into the future but require re-skilling and investment?