Media Releases

Jul 10

Tasmanian farms dotted with thousands of sensors in Sense-T Alpha Trial

Thousands of sensors are being installed at farms across Tasmania as part of the first full-scale trial of the whole Sense-T system, including new sensing technology and smart phone apps. The Sense-T Alpha Trial was officially launched by Assistant Minister for Infrastructure, Jamie Briggs, at Houston's Farm in Richmond, one of 20 trial sites throughout the State.

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Jun 13

University of Tasmania to drive economic transformation thanks to $13 million Sense-T funding

Sense-T is celebrating a funding boost from the Australian Government, with $13 million allocated to the University of Tasmania for the program from the Tasmanian Jobs and Growth Plan.

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Apr 15

Sense-T tool used to prevent "cease-to-take" notice and maintain water access for 70 farmers in Ringarooma catchment

More than 70 farmers along the Ringarooma catchment in Tasmania maintained their water access, avoided regulatory intervention and protected the health of the river, thanks to an early online Sense-T prototype.

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Dec 10

New tech partnership to connect Australia's two oldest cities

Sense-T draws in Sydney technology company and highly-skilled jobs for Tasmania

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Sep 5

Tassie named national HQ for digital services

International firm nSynergy and the University of Tasmania (UTAS) are spearheading a digital services revolution in Tasmania. The organisations are leading the Digital Services for Sustainable Development Innovation Partnership, announced by Senator the Hon Kate Lundy.

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