IBM, the CSIRO’s Data61, and law firm Herbert Smith Freehills have teamed up to develop the Australian National Blockchain (ANB), a large-scale, publicly available blockchain solution designed for Australian legal compliance.
Telehealth startup Coviu, which spun out of the CSIRO’s Data61 arm, has raised $1 million in funding from Main Sequence Ventures, managers of the CSIRO’s $200 million innovation fund.
ANU has announced a 10 year plan to expand upon its existing engineering and computer science program, as a response to the rising trend of AI.
Bionic Vision Technologies a company working to create a ‘bionic eye’, has raised $23.5 million China Huarong International Holdings and State Path Capital.
The Queensland government has opened a startup precinct in Fortitude Valley, a place for entrepreneurs to “collaborate, collide, succeed and shine”.
Data61 has announced a partnership with Unisys that will see the development of an advanced data analytics solution for border security.
NAB has partnered with healthtech startup Medipass Solutions to develop a new healthtech platform that will integrate the bank’s HICAPS system.
CSIRO has announced a partnership between Data61’s Coviu and Health Team Australia, which will see a real-time online video platform rolled across Australia.
Sydney startup Doarama has created customised 3D and GPS tracked map visualisations of endurance sporting events. The startup combines GPS tracking, animation, satellite imagery and interactivity tools to enable sporting fans to control how they view the route of any competitor in a 3D visualised world.
Coviu, with the help of Data61 has developed a platform from the ground up to target the next technology curve, being video conferencing technology.
The Queensland Government has made a number of announcements at the Advance Queensland Summit today, allocating funding for an innovation precinct in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley and HotDeskQ, a program looking to draw interstate and international startups to Queensland.
Data61 has announced a collaboration with the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD), signing a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the organisation in a bid to ameliorate the cyber literacy of directors and boards around Australia.
As Geelong reels from the sacking of its entire council last week, Data61 has partnered with ICT Geelong to spur the growth of the city’s startup ecosystem by connecting businesses with students at a speed networking event as part of the Entrepreneurship Forum.
Data innovation group Data61 has announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Cyber London, a cyber security accelerator and business incubator, that will look to accelerate innovation in the cyber security space in both Australia and the UK through the sharing of expertise, resources, and capital. The two organisations will, over the […]
Each week we sit down with a politician or representative of an industry association to talk about technology. Episode 6 with CEO of Data61, Adrian Turner airs Tuesday March 15