Accurait for lease management
Developed in partnership with LeaseInfo and CSIRO’s Data61 with support from the NSW Government, ‘Accurait‘ uses text classification tools, optical character recognition (OCR) and LeaseInfo’s own metadata to drastically reduce the document-intensive process of commercial lease abstraction by at least 30 minutes per lease.
Predicting bushfire spread
Bushfires are complex processes, making it difficult to accurately predict their progress across the landscape, so we have developed Spark, which can model bushfire spread to help plan for and manage bushfires.
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.
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.
seL4 for dependable systems software
For truly dependable systems, the software must be trustworthy. SeL4 protects critical systems from software failures and cyber attacks.
Secure and safe platforms
Technological innovations such as cloud computing, intelligent devices and digital networks can only achieve acceptance if this technology can be trusted. We’re working to enhance the security of these systems.
CSIRO produces 3D heel in world first surgery
CSIRO, St Vincent's Hospital and Victorian biotech company Anatomics have joined together to carry out world-first surgery to implant a titanium-printed heel bone into a Melbourne man.
World first in 3D printing gives a personal touch to keep the blood flowing
Researchers from CSIRO, Australia's national science agency, have made it possible to 3D print tailor-made stents, a critical biomedical device used to treat narrow or blocked arteries.
Mixed Reality Lab
Imagine the future of smart factories, where the digitalisation of the full value chain (design, production, and distribution) would enable real-time situational awareness and lead to better decision making and planning. This advanced method of production is at the core of CSIRO’s Data61 Mixed Reality Lab.
Over the last decade, blockchain technology has grown in popularity and use, and has already begun to disrupt existing markets in Australia and around the world. The opportunities blockchain presents have been invested in, studied, explored, and considered, in almost all sectors of the economy. Blockchain has attracted significant public and private investment, and introduced previously non-existent products and services across multiple industries.
New form of blockchain protocol coined most efficient in the world
A new form of blockchain protocol has been coined the most efficient in the world, with potential applications extending to digital health, online banking and government use.
Privacy preserving research and technologies
Software that measures data privacy risk
How to confidently measure and understand privacy and confidentiality risks in data sharing.
A framework for data de-identification
We've developed a practical and accessible guide to de-identification for those who handle personal information and need to share or release it.
This phishing detection system decodes fraudsters
Phishing has grown significantly since 2010 and is currently experiencing a huge surge during the COVID-19 pandemic. The dynamics of phishing attacks makes it highly challenging to implement a robust phishing detection system. However, a novel method is changing that.
Robotics and autonomous systems case studies
Wildcat SLAM – our next-generation 3D SLAM Software
Wildcat is our next-generation 3D SLAM (Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping) software enabling teams of autonomous robots to understand and work in challenging and complex environments.
Our wireless tracking technology can hone in on mine workers deep underground, helping to boost productivity and more importantly save lives.