#Internet of things
Aus4Innovation: Aussie and Vietnamese researchers partner to deliver digital impact
Australian research teams and their Vietnamese counterparts are collaborating on digitally transformative projects to deliver lasting social, economic and environmental impacts in Vietnam.
Smart sensors to help Darwin residents manage smoke and heat
We’re working with the City of Darwin to improve the air pollution data collected by smart sensors.
Reality check: digital twin tech to transform manufacturing
Our Mixed Reality Lab enables manufacturers to create 'digital twins', or virtual replicas of physical objects and systems. This will allow them to identify defective components that can be identified and corrected in real-time.
Swinburne taps our Data61 spin-out for telehealth education
Students studying health-related courses now have access to remote health delivery systems in anticipation of wider adoption of the technology in the near future.
Wearables for wandering livestock
New wearable technology could revolutionize the way Australian farmers care for livestock.
Red Belly Blockchain: faster, more secure and energy efficient
Red Belly Blockchain—a new variety of blockchain—blew expectations when it was first tested, outperforming the transaction rates of both Bitcoin and Ethereum and providing solutions to long endured blockchain bugs.
Tech mate: Why Australia needs to embrace technology now
The fourth industrial revolution is coming. Instead of fearing it, Australia needs to embrace digital innovation and prepare for the future ahead.
Interronauts | Episode 14: Robolibrarians, medical marijuana for pets, dwindling Antarctica, and +200 new species
Jesse and Ketan talk about robo-cars and thankless waves, medical marijuana for pets, a dwindling Antarctica, and our discovery of over 200 new species.
Social media is a window to privacy’s biggest issues
Why can't we stop talking about Facebook? We explore why social has become our window to privacy issues, and what this means for Australia's data-driven near-future.
An App(le) a day keeps the doctor away
Smartphones come with sensors that track behaviours such as our internet history, where we go, music we listen to, and to whom we speak. The habitual nature of people means this data could be used to gain insight into our mental well-being.
Paulo de Souza’s science at the pub: Vanishing bees and Mars’ damp, dark past
Catch Professor de Souza’s talk at the pub, from micro-sensors hitched to honeybees to water-detecting gear on Mars rover Opportunity—it'll be a night to remember.