Researchers based in Launceston will be able to hear more about Sense-T's $6 million Stage 2 Industry Research Projects at the University of Tasmania's Launceston campus this Thursday (5 February).
Sense-T Director Amanda Castray will be available at 3pm in Seminar Room S150, Science Building, Newnham Campus, to brief researchers about what's involved and how they can apply.
Proposals are sought for leading edge industry research in applied sensor technology and data science that will support industry innovation and economic growth in Tasmania.
Funding of up to is available for around 10 industry research projects to be completed by the end of 2016.
The projects will receive up to $600 000 each for research across a wide range of areas in the fields of agriculture (including food, fisheries and forestry), tourism, health, new financial services, and infrastructure, freight and logistics.
For more information on how to apply, go to: http://www.sense-t.org.au/projects/stage-2-projects