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Displaying items by tag: Australian Research Council

Human-machine interaction and artificial intelligence company Seeing Machines has been awarded a Linkage Project grant to enhance vehicle situation awareness using visual and audio sensors.

Published in Automotive

Blockchain has substantial challenges to overcome if it hopes to be used for anything beyond cryptocurrencies, the Australian Computer Society says, adding that there are a number of technical, legal and educational hurdles standing in the way of broader use of the technology.

Published in Strategy

New technology installed on CSIRO’s Parkes radio telescope will let astronomers ‘hear’ a wider range of radio waves from objects in space, which the CSIRO says opens the way to new science.

Published in Space

CA Technologies has been awarded an Australian Research Council grant in partnership with Swinburne University of Technology and the University of Melbourne for a new project focused on service virtualisation and machine learning.

Published in Strategy

High performance computing specialist (HPC) vendor Xenon Systems, has won a competitive tender to build and deliver a bespoke HPC computer that it says can process and analyse larger datasets than ever before.

Published in Data

The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) says it is at the forefront of airport R&D, spearheading international research to make airport experiences safer and faster, at its purpose built Airport Innovation Research (AIR) lab.

Published in Development

SAP ANZ is providing the University of Queensland with a SAP HANA in-memory database system for a research and development project.

Published in Development
Thursday, 20 June 2013 11:04

Nano research to advance optical IT

A research team at Swinburne University of Technology has overcome a fundamental law of optical science that could lead to faster and more energy-efficient optical computing.

Published in Energy

If you ask someone for the time, you're probably satisfied if the answer is accurate to the minute. But for some commercial and scientific purposes, much greater accuracy is needed.

Published in Networking

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