The Hills Shire Council has implemented an integrated parking compliance technology solution, vCompliance, to streamline parking fine collection management.
Astrophysicist Dr Sascha Schediwy has received the overall Excellence award and been named Academic of the Year at the 2021 Australian Space Awards.
USC researchers have received a $500,000 grant to develop and implement an app for citizens living in fire-prone areas to predict the likelihood of bushfires.
Australian company Micro-X will establish its US headquarters in the Washington State, to enhance its X-ray technology for high-intensity use in airports and hospitals.
LatConnect 60 and Surrey Satellite Technology have partnered under the UK–Australia Space Bridge, to boost knowledge across both countries' space sectors.
The Sunshine Coast Council is installing a high-tech underground automated waste collection system to transport waste out of the Maroochydore City Centre.
IDEMIA has launched a Health Travel Pass, designed to help governments reduce the risk of incoming travellers spreading COVID-19.
A robotics expert has called for government–industry collaboration to create HD maps, to help Australia lead a core aspect of autonomous vehicle development.
The South Australian Government will explore the feasibility of exporting locally produced green hydrogen to the Port of Rotterdam.
IDC has opened public voting for the 2021 Smart City Asia Pacific Awards (SCAPA), after selecting 70 projects as finalists.
Smart traffic management systems are predicted to save cities $277 billion by 2025, by reducing emissions and congestion through the use of smart intersections.
More than 13,000 microcities around the world are predicted to drive global urban tech adoption, bolstered by new urbanisation concepts, according to ABI Research.
AGO and FrontierSI have launched a program that offers six contracts valued up to $150,000 each for Australian defence industry companies.
The NSW Government, along with technology start-up Giraffe, has launched an ePlanning service that allows users to analyse layers of data about NSW infrastructure.
Kord Defence has secured a contract to help soldiers more effectively control a wide range of body-worn electronic devices using Bluetooth technology.