Sensfit Technologies, a Melbourne based smart wearable start-up company is partnering with Footwork Podiatric Laboratory, an Australian custom-made orthotic manufacturer to develop Smart Orthotics to help diabetes-related foot ulcer treatment.
Swinburne University of Technology has secured Victoria’s largest supercomputer, with the capacity to analyse and process data a million times faster than standard computers.
Swinburne University of Technology has partnered with a traffic data and mobility insights company, Intelematics, to develop a new model that can predict traffic patterns up to 60 minutes in advance, using machine learning.
The federal government has announced it will provide $3.6 million to trial the expansion of a one-year Diploma in Applied Technologies across six universities next year. Developed by Swinburne University of Technology and Siemens, the diploma will be expanded through University of Western Australia, University of Tasmania, University of South Australia, University of Technology Sydney, … Continue reading Government funds training in advanced manufacturing technologies
A Swinburne University of Technology cyber security project that aims to enable full lifecycle privacy protection on the cloud has been funded by a $450,000 Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Project grant. Deputy director of Swinburne’s Data Science Research Institute, Professor JinJun Chen, who leads the project, said that privacy protection for user data hosted … Continue reading Swinburne cyber security project receives $450k in ARC funding
A new Australian Research Council (ARC) centre co-funded by the federal government and universities will examine the possible uses and potential risks of autonomous decision-making technologies. The Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society will be based at RMIT University and led by Professor Julian Thomas. The federal government will … Continue reading New ARC centre for automation to be based at RMIT
Swinburne University of Technology is transforming its STEM education programs, integrating practice, innovation and entrepreneurship across science, engineering and technology. The new model, which is to be instituted from 2021, will build on Swinburne’s Engineering Practice Academy, which was developed with the aim of delivering a new approach to engineering learning, putting practice-based learning at … Continue reading Swinburne University to transform STEM programs by 2021
New research undertaken by Swinburne, PwC, Siemens and the Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union (AMWU) – as part of the Australian Industry (Ai) Group Industry 4.0 Forum agenda – has identified the ways in which manufacturing businesses and workforces must adapt to changes being wrought by Industry 4.0. The research report, titled Transforming Australian Manufacturing: Preparing … Continue reading New report: collaboration needed to drive Industry 4.0 innovation and growth
A Swinburne team is analysing text data from Australia’s patent office to predict the evolution of technologies. Associate Professor Kai Qin and his team work at Swinburne’s new Intelligent Data Analytics Lab, part of the Swinburne Digital Research Innovation Capability Platform. The data scientists bring deep neural-network machine-learning algorithms and rapidly maturing natural language processing … Continue reading Swinburne research to predict technology developments
One of the most significant space industry research concentrations in Australia, the new Cooperative Research Centre for Smart Satellite Technologies and Analytics – The SmartSat CRC – has been launched in South Australia. The new CRC is a national research powerhouse involving a $190 million investment in cash and in-kind from 82 research and industry … Continue reading New satellite CRC brings together leading Australian research and industry