Tech

Victorian Triple Zero operators to gain AI advantage

04 February, 2020 by Jonathan Nally

A new $1.36 million artificial intelligence voice monitoring system will help emergency call-takers identify callers showing signs of cardiac arrest.


NZ proposes changes to emergency location services

04 February, 2020 by Jonathan Nally

The changes would enable emergency services to locate people in distress even when they have not made a call to the 111 emergency phone number.


Bushfire business buying portal goes live

03 February, 2020 by Jonathan Nally

A portal that helps NSW Government agencies choose local businesses for bushfire recovery efforts is now live.


US report sheds light on electronic records problems

30 January, 2020 by Jonathan Nally

The report identifies gaps in understanding between agencies regarding the requirements for transferring permanent electronic state government records.


New student management system to transform Victorian TAFEs

29 January, 2020

Bendigo TAFE and Kangan Institute students are set for a more digital and streamlined experience with the implementation of a new student management system.


Air quality sensors to help cities and their citizens

28 January, 2020

NSSN researchers have developed low-cost air quality sensors that use light to check the composition of airborne particles in real time.


Interview: Kenny Little, Alemba Asia Pacific

28 January, 2020 | Supplied by: Alemba

In our annual Leaders in Technology series, we ask the experts what the year ahead holds. Today we talk automation and digitisation with Alemba Asia Pacific's Kenny Little.


ACT Govt invests $100K in public safety CCTV cameras

28 January, 2020

The ACT Government has installed four new CCTV cameras at Henry Rolland Park in a $100,000 bid to improve community safety and asset protection.


City of Darwin delivers free Wi-Fi to CBD

28 January, 2020

The City of Darwin is delivering on its smart city strategy with the rollout of free Wi-Fi across the CBD.


E-health leaders and decision makers to gather at HIC 2020

24 January, 2020

HIC will showcase the "latest digital health research, case studies, trends and technology advances" while providing ample networking opportunities.


Entries open for MAV Technology Awards for Excellence

23 January, 2020 by Jonathan Nally

The 2020 MAV Technology Awards for Excellence will recognise councils that use innovative solutions to support council goals and improve community services.


Applications open for Smart Cities Readiness Challenge

23 January, 2020

Cities worldwide are gearing up to compete and collaborate in this year's Smart Cities Readiness Challenge.


ASD launches 2019–20 diversity and inclusion strategy

21 January, 2020 by Jonathan Nally

The Australian Signals Directorate needs "people looking at the same problem from different perspectives" in order to accomplish its mission.


Accenture, NASCIO issue report on role of US state CIOs

17 January, 2020 by Jonathan Nally | Supplied by: Accenture Australia Ltd

Supporting innovation is seen as the most critical priority, with funding problems and workforce skill levels being the main barriers to achieving it.


US federal agencies facing ICT skills shortages

14 January, 2020 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Around 70% of US federal government agencies are facing ICT skills shortages that threaten the ability to execute on their key missions, research indicates.


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