- 100 per cent renewable energy
- AI technology
- Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN)
- BHP Nickel West
- carbon capture use and storage (CCUS)
- CCUS Hubs and Technologies Program
- clean energy
- cloud computing
- Cyber Security
- Deakin University
- federal government
- lithium-ion batteries
- Monash university
- nickel sulphate
- power purchase agreements
- projects and infrastructure
- Queensland government
- Renewable Energy
- Solar Cells
- Solar Energy
- Technology expo
- University of Adelaide
- University of Queensland
- University of Sydney
- University of Technology Sydney
- Victorian Government
- WA government
- Western Australia
- Western Australian government
- wind farms
- Satellites and big data analytics to aid maritime security
Deakin University is teaming up with SmartSat Co-operative Research Centre, high-tech company Leonardo Australia and e-GEOS, a global distributor for satellite data, to uncover how satellites and big data analytics can support maritime security and surveillance.
- AlertSafe rostering system optimises shift work
Monash University researchers and Opturion, an optimisation technology company, have developed a cloud-based rostering system called AlertSafe to improve alertness, productivity and safety among shift workers.
- Derby Hospital to install solar through local WA companies
A contract to install rooftop solar at the Derby Hospital in Western Australia has been awarded to two local West Kimberley companies – Generators and Off-Grid Energy and Aboriginal-owned construction specialists, H&M Tracey Construction.
- How Victorian businesses can access renewable energy contracts
The Victorian government has released a Market Facilitation Platform Consultation Paper that could help businesses in the state to access renewable energy contracts.
- Coles to become 100 per cent renewable via ACCIONA Energía
Global renewable energy company ACCIONA Energía has executed two separate agreements with Australian retailer, Coles Group, to underpin Coles’ commitment to sourcing 100 per cent renewable electricity by the end of FY25.
- Advanced AI technology used to detect retinal diseases
An international group of researchers, including Monash University, has successfully applied AI technology to real-world retinal imagery to detect diseases more accurately and on a larger scale.
- Samsung partners with Deakin to trial new Vital Monitoring System
Samsung Electronics Australia is trialling a cloud-based platform, re-open.com, on its Galaxy Watch4 that features a Vital Monitoring System (VMS) designed by Deakin University to provide peace of mind as people safely return to work.
- Queensland-Port of Rotterdam to build a hydrogen supply chain
Queensland could soon be exporting hydrogen to Europe’s largest port after the state government agreed to terms of a memorandum of understanding with the Port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands.
- Cynch Security deciphers the Defence Prime security model
Cynch Security, a Melbourne based cyber solutions SME, recently partnered with Thales Australia to complete a three-month pilot program aimed at helping SMEs and suppliers in the Defence Prime supply chains navigate cyber security and improve their readiness.
- Kubota transitions core and critical systems to Microsoft Azure
Microsoft has announced that Kubota ANZ, an Australian heavy equipment manufacturer and supplier, is transitioning core and mission-critical applications such as SAP to Microsoft Azure.
- Telstra-UOW Hub to deliver Australian AIOT solutions
The University of Wollongong (UOW) and technology giants Telstra, Microsoft and NVIDIA are uniting to position the Illawarra as a global leader in the uptake and creation of the Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIOT) via a Telstra-UOW Hub. This will help Australia access a world market estimated to reach $35.8 billion by 2023.
- QUT research aims to convert carbon dioxide into sustainable fuel
The goal of tackling global warming by turning carbon dioxide into fuel could be one step closer, as Queensland University of Technology (QUT) researchers use a supercomputer to identify a group of “single-atom” catalysts that could play a key role.
- Attend the IICA Technology Expo in Sydney this November
The Institute of Instrumentation, Control and Automation Aust Inc (IICA) is an open arena for members to build their network and knowledge. In emerging from lockdown, IICA NSW is hosting their Technology Expo at Rosehill Racecourse on Wednesday 17 November from 2:00pm to 6:30pm, as a face-to-face event.
- New sulphur chemistry: The potential key to greener batteries
University of Adelaide researchers are developing the next generation of batteries, using sulphur chemistry to reduce their environmental impact.
- Cheap, sustainable, efficient solar cells developed in Queensland
Researchers at the University of Queensland’s (UQ) Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN) have modified a nanomaterial to make solar cells as efficient as silicon-based cells, but without their high cost and complex manufacturing.
- Sydney researchers create safe quarantine monitoring system
The University of Sydney has collaborated with the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and the NSW Smart Sensing Network (NSSN) to deliver a quarantine monitoring system to be used by arrivals once state and national borders reopen.
- Automation and robotics test facility works underway in WA
Work has now started on the Australian Automation and Robotics Precinct (AARP) in Neerabup, Western Australia, which will form one of the biggest test facilities of its kind in the world.
- Kinetic to transition Victoria’s buses to zero-emissions
Kinetic, a Melbourne-based company that operates SkyBus and runs local bus routes across Australia and New Zealand, has been awarded a $2.3 billion contract to help transition Victoria’s bus fleet to zero-emissions.
- BHP Nickel West opens Australia’s first nickel sulphate plant
BHP Nickel West has opened a new nickel sulphate plant at their Kwinana nickel refinery in Western Australia, the first in Australia.
- New program accelerates CCUS projects in Australia
A new $250 million program is set to accelerate the development of commercial-scale carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) projects and hubs across Australia.