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.
By Simon Lucey, Principal Research Scientist & Research Project Leader We know buying clothes and accessories online carries a certain […]
The online retail sphere is rapidly growing, with more people using their smart phones and tablets to make everyday purchases. […]
Footy finals fever kicks off tomorrow afternoon with the Hawthorn Hawks taking on the Freemantle Dockers at the MCG. And […]
If you got lost in the Queensland outback and it was days until you were rescued, the experience would be […]
By Adam Harper 630 kilometres may be a long way to travel for an eye check-up; but when those eyes […]
By Sunanda Creagh, Editor, The Conversation. Interviewed: Jonathan Roberts, Research Program Leader, Autonomous Systems. Scientists have used a hand-held 3D laser scanner […]
Our researchers have created the first ever interior 3D map of Italy’s iconic Leaning Tower of Pisa by using a […]
Since 1985, we’ve used the word ‘app’ to describe any software program that runs your laptop, smartphone, tablet or smart […]
We’re buzzing with excitement over our new wireless tracking technology – it can hone in on mine workers deep underground, […]
As part of National Science Week 2013, the Queensland Centre for Advanced Technologies - affectionately known as QCAT – is inviting members of the public to a special Open Day to celebrate 20 years of research in Pullenvale.
By Sunanda Creagh, Editor, The Conversation. Interviewed: Bronwyn Harch, Chief of CSIRO Computational Informatics and Colin Griffith, Director of CSIRO […]
By Dr Bronwyn Harch, Chief of CSIRO Computational Informatics. It has been almost twenty years since Harvard professor Clayton Christensen first […]