The ACT government has upgraded its online interactive map to include maps from the 1800s, providing insight into ways the territory has changed with time.
A repository for information on natural and other disasters, including resources for preparation, response and recovery, has been launched.
A Cities Reference Group has been established to advise the federal government on cities policy.
Queensland scientists have developed an online map designed to help assess and aid in recovery efforts for agricultural land damaged by Cyclone Debbie.
The Location Information Knowledge Platform brings together spatial data from both federal and state government agencies.
GMV, Inmarsat and Lockheed Martin will help Geoscience Australia and CRCSI trial next-generation satellite positioning technologies that are far more accurate than GPS.
The CSIRO and Celestino have opened an operational urban living lab at the Sydney Science Park.
The inspection of legacy mine sites in the Northern Territory is now being carried out by drone technology.
An Australian innovation is now influencing the way in which satellite data can be used.
Queensland's Department of Natural Resources and Mines has launched the QImagery collection, an online library of aerial images dating back to the 1930s.
Smarter, faster parking systems have now been implemented in Canberra, with the last single-space meter now removed from the city.
A new solar plant will be built in regional Victoria, to be responsible for powering Melbourne's tram network.
A program designed to test instant, accurate and reliable positioning technology will receive funding from the federal government.
The federal government's Smart Cities and Suburbs Program draft guidelines have been released for public consultations, with communities given the opportunity to provide their feedback.