Displaying items by tag: Queensland University of Technology(QUT)

The Queensland University of Technology is Australia’s first university to use the Pepper humanoid robot specifically for a social robotics research platform.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 09 December 2015 23:19

QUT collaborates on TravelPal app for travellers

Queensland’s University of Technology has collaborated with Austria’s University of Salzburg to develop a mobile prototype – TravelPal – that enables tourists and other travellers to connect to each other in real time.

Published in Apps
Wednesday, 07 October 2015 20:46

QUT joins Qld cities in smart cities initiative

Brisbane, the Gold Coast and the city of Springfield have forged a collaborative partnership with the Open Data Institute Queensland (ODIQ) and the Urban Informatics Research Lab at QUT to become what they say is Australia's first region to join the ranks of international cities embracing innovation through the Open and Agile Smart Cities (OASC) network.

Published in Home Tech

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

The Queensland University of technology (QUT) is to appoint Australia’s first Chair in Digital Economy, which the university says, will put it at the forefront of shaping digital transformation in Queensland.

Published in Strategy

The Australian Computer Society (ACS) and the Council of ICT Associations (CICTA) want to see action by government and industry to take advantage of what they say are multi-billion dollar digital economy opportunities in Queensland identified at the G20 Summit.

Published in Strategy

TechnologyOne is in the midst of a transition to the cloud, so it's looking for graduates with the right skills to help it with the journey.

Published in Recruitment
Tuesday, 01 May 2012 18:00

QUT selects SGI for major systems upgrade

Queensland's University of Technology has deployed SGI systems as part of a significant upgrade to its high performance computing system and to support its research in areas ranging from avionics and smart transportation to biomedical engineering.

Published in Deals




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