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The NSW Government has developed a new framework for ensuring AI tools in government are safe, effective and aligned with targeted state outcomes.
Transport for NSW is conducting trials involving using Cisco-based technology to reduce congestion and improve road safety.
Dell has won one of its largest contracts in Australia to date — a deal to supply equipment for the Queensland Health technology refresh.
NSW defence and security contractor DroneShield won the Advanced Technologies Award at the 59th Australian Export Awards for its counter-drone technology.
The Queensland Government and Hort Innovation will jointly invest $9m to establish a smart farm at the Gatton Research Facility.
A solid framework must be built to steer the introduction of road rules for connected and automated vehicles (CAVs), according to international experts.
The ACCC is advising public sector agencies to brush up on their obligations under anti-cartel laws during procurement processes.
Australian IoT vendor X2M Connect has won two significant overseas utilities tenders.
The City of Canterbury Bankstown has been recognised for its work on waste management systems and named the most innovative government firm of 2021 by the AFR.
An expansive global study has uncovered how expectations for safety and security are changing, while fuelling public safety and enterprise innovation.
Atturra has appointed Estelle Ivory to the role of General Manager, Business Applications, across its Microsoft Cloud and Applications business unit.
Government has an important role to play in shaping the development of AI technologies through regulation and policy and by demonstrating best practice as a first adopter.
A collaboration between private and public sectors, along with researchers from Flinders University, will deliver a vehicle testing system with broad potential.