Thursday, July 7, 2022

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Using radar to help burn victims and babies? It’s now possible

Low-cost, high-res radar developed at University of SydneyTraditionally, radar is associated with airport control towers or military fighter jets, but a new, highly sensitive radar developed at the University of Sydney takes this technology into the human range.Called ‘advanced...

6 GHz Wi-Fi spectrum is critical to enable technology innovation in Australia

Australia should set aside the full 1200 MHz of available 6 GHz spectrum for Wi-Fi applications under the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA)’s Low Interference Potential Devices (LIPD) Class Licence. This will ensure that enough spectrum is made...

Australia’s Tech Sector in danger of following manufacturing to offshore

A leading software developer is warning Australia’s tech sector could move offshore as wages nearly double in the past two years and a skills shortage sets in. “Annual wages for senior software developers have risen from 120K to 180K in...

2022 NSW Australian of the Year – ATSE Fellow Professor Veena Sahajwalla FTSE FAA

The Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE) congratulates and celebrates Professor Veena Sahajwalla once again on being named NSW Australian of the Year 2022.Professor Veena Sahajwalla is recognised for her leadership in research into waste as a reusable...

Crime Stoppers Victoria and BankVic Join Forces to Help Keep Victorians Safe Online

Crime Stoppers Victoria is proud to be renewing its partnership with BankVic in 2022 to help keep people and their money safe while online.For the second consecutive year, they will work together to raise public awareness about scams and...

Aussie world first app named semifinalist in $1M EdTech pitch competition

1Question, the world’s first mobile app that requires children to earn their screen time by correctly answering curriculum aligned questions, has been selected to The Elite 200. Companies selected to The Elite 200 represent the top pre-seed and seed...

BiØfil EV fast charger on the Nullarbor fuelled by used chip oil

Now electric vehicles (EVs) can cross the Nullarbor Plain thanks to BiØfil, a world-first EV fast charging system that is fully off-grid, self-contained and powered by used chip (vegetable) oil from roadhouse deep fryers.On Sunday 16 January 2022, BiØfil...

Pioneering spirit sees Polestar power its remote journey across the Nullarbor sustainably

Polestar, the premium Swedish electric vehicle brand, is channelling the spirit of past Aussie pioneers by trialling a world-first fast charging system for electric vehicles on the Australian Nullarbor. Covering more than 700 kilometres between the West Australian towns of...

Yarra Valley Water shifts from Oracle to Rimini Street

Rimini Street, Inc, a global provider of enterprise software products and services, the leading third-party support provider for Oracle and SAP software products, and a Salesforce partner, today announced that Yarra Valley Water switched to Rimini Street support for its...

SpaceX Starlink satellites spotted in skies over Sydney

Sydneysiders left stunned after sighting strange objects streaking in the night’s sky.Several social media posts show onlookers staring in disbelief at a neat line of bright lights crossing in space this week. The man-made phenomena are becoming increasingly common...

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As The Cost Of Living Soars New Technology Is Helping Australians

The Australian technology industry is facing an employment crisis. The COVID border closures and a growing reliance on digital...