Media Releases

Dec 18

World-leading tourism tracking research hits the road

One of the most innovative and extensive research projects ever conducted into tourist travel has begun tracking the first of 600 visitors to Tasmania as they move around the State during the current summer tourist season.

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Oct 28

New app to help Tasmanians breathe easier

Thousands of Tasmanians who suffer from conditions such as asthma and hay fever will be helped to breathe a little easier by a new smartphone app released in Hobart today.

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Jul 8

ICT Leader appointed to Sense-T

The University of Tasmania has appointed one of Australia’s leading ICT researchers and administrators, Professor Jugdutt (Jack) Singh as Sense-T’s Director of Research to lead the cutting edge sensor and data research undertaken by Sense-T.

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Jun 24

Cutting Edge Sensor and Data Research Boosts Tasmanian Agriculture

The results of three years of cutting edge research, which used sensor technology and data analysis to assist Tasmanian farmers, were today detailed at a seminar in Hobart.

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May 4

$13m in new Sense-T Industry Research Projects unveiled

Industries across Tasmania will benefit from $13 million in innovative research to be undertaken by Sense-T and its government, industry and research sector partners over the next 20-months.

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