Media Releases

Apr 24

Watching grass grow made interesting by Sense-T Pasture Predictor

Watching grass grow might seem dull to many Tasmanians but for farmers an accurate forecast of how much their pasture will grow over the coming weeks is crucial information. With today’s launch by Tasmanian Information Technology and Innovation Minister Michael Ferguson of the new Sense-T Pasture Predictor, Tasmanian farmers now have access to a free and easy to understand online tool that tells them how much the pasture will grow in their local areas.

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Jan 22

$6m Research Projects to Boost Tasmanian Industry

Key Tasmanian industries such as agriculture, health and tourism will benefit from up to $6 million in new research to be undertaken by the world-leading Sense-T program.

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Nov 4

Tasmania's Sense-T creating a buzz on the world stage

Tasmania's unique new agricultural sensor network is drawing worldwide attention, including international media coverage and invitations to speak at key events in the lead-up to the G20 Summit in Brisbane.

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Aug 14

University of Tasmania creates Sense-T spin-off, Sense-Co

Tasmania's world-class data and technology program Sense-T has marked an exciting milestone with the establishment of a spin-off company, Sense-Co, by the University of Tasmania.

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Jul 18

Press release - World bank looks to Aussie tech innovators

The International Finance Corporation, part of the World Bank Group, is looking to Australian technology innovators to help solve major international development issues, such as sustainability, food security and water management.

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