8 Oct 2015Dr Branko Ristic, Senior Research Fellow, School of Electrical & Computer Engineer at RMIT University, discusses his research in data fusion, in particular tracking and multi-sensor data fusion.
8 Oct 2015Researchers from Swinburne University have overcome the limit of a physics law around optical data storage to increase DVD capacity to 1000 TB.
21 Sep 2015Service Stream will take responsibility for allotted work in planning and implementing the construction of broadband infrastructure.
21 Aug 2015A new hard hat incorporating advanced sensor and navigation technology is able to respond to its exact location in real time and recognise objects around it.
13 Aug 2015Introducing create, Engineers Australia’s brand new member magazine, out August 21st .
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