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Fourteen projects share funding of $6 million from Sense-T to use applied sensor technology and data science to solve practical problems, support economic growth, and help industries across Tasmania to improve their productivity, efficiency and sustainability.

With industry and research partners contributing their own funding and in-kind contributions, the total value of research being undertaken to support innovation and economic growth in Tasmania exceeds $11 million.


Researchers from the University of Tasmania, CSIRO, government and industry are working closely with end-users to support innovation in areas such as:

Sense-T's Industry Research Projects are part of four work packages being funded by the Australian Government, with $13 million allocated to the University of Tasmania for the entire program under the Tasmanian Jobs and Growth Plan.

The projects commenced in April 2015 and will be completed in December 2016.

They build on the achievements of Sense-T Stage 1 research projects, undertaken in partnership with the CSIRO, which helped farmers to solve real world challenges and improve decision making in the areas of beef and dairy, viticulture, aquaculture and water management.


Sense-T Current Projects

Agriculture

Matthew Pooley, Pooley Wines Tasmania

Aquaculture

Tourism

Federal Minister for Tourism and International Education, Senator Richard Colbeck; Dr Anne Hardy, University of Tasmania; Tasmanian Premier and Minister or Tourism, Will Hodgman. Tourism Tracking App Launch December 2015

Health

New Financial Services

Pathways to Market

Sense-T NICTA Logistics Lab

Advanced Sensor Manufacturing Facility (ASMF)

Human Interface Technology Laboratory (HITLab) Australia


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