Friday, 30 September 2022 11:08

Intel commits funding for QUT Centre robotics project

By Kenn Anthony Mendoza

Intel’s Neuromorphic Computing Lab has funded QUT Centre for Robotics researchers Dr Tobias Fischer, professor Michael Milford, and PhD student Somayeh Hussaini to develop a project that will use Intel’s Loihi 2 neuromorphic research chip.

Yarra Valley Water has launched a pilot project to test technology which it says would enable renewable hydrogen energy to be produced at its Aurora treatment plant.

Infrastructure and sensing monitoring company FiberSense has claimed that fibre optic-based quake detection is as reliable as current methods that depend on monitoring stations following the 5.8 Cook Strait earthquake magnitude that occurred 70km northwest of Wellington, New Zealand last 22 September.

Monday, 26 September 2022 10:58

Townsville University Hospital runs Dell Technologies storage solutions

By Kenn Anthony Mendoza

Townsville University Hospital has deployed American technology company Dell Technologies' storage solutions Dell PowerStore 5000T and Dell PowerScale to provide near real-time reporting to enable hospital staff deliver better patient outcomes and access current information.

Australian businesses have been put on notice by the competition watchdog, the ACCC, with a warning that they need to be ready to substantiate any environmental or sustainability claims when marketing their goods and services.

Wednesday, 21 September 2022 08:18

Qualcomm paper identifies the benefits of C-V2X technology

By Kenn Anthony Mendoza

The cellular-vehicle-to-everything technology (C-V2X) holds the potential to deliver transformational benefits in road safety, enhance sustainability, and create jobs in the US, according to a whitepaper published by semiconductor company Qualcomm.

GUEST OPINION: Discovered in Sweden more than two hundred years ago, lithium is a metal whose price per kilogram has skyrocketed by 245% in the past year. While this might sound like information that’s only of value to people who trade commodities, it nevertheless serves as a useful yardstick for the future of technology. Why? The availability of lithium dictates just how ‘green’ future industries can become.

Thursday, 15 September 2022 09:25

Suzuki makes investment in Melbourne EV tech company

By Sam Varghese

Japanese multinational firm Suzuki Motor Corporation has made a strategic investment in Melbourne firm Applied EV to speed up the development of software for future mobility.

Monday, 12 September 2022 08:23

Bae Systems to launch satellite clusters into LEO in 2024

By Kenn Anthony Mendoza

Aerospace company Bae Systems will launch its first multi-sensor satellite cluster into low Earth orbit in 2024 to deliver information and intelligence in real time to military customers.




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