Sense-T's sensor and data research projects will feature at a free seminar in Launceston next month as part of the University of Tasmania's annual Research Week.
The seminar will detail the outcomes of three of Sense-T's Stage 1 Projects in Beef and Dairy, Aquaculture, and Adaptive Water Management while also highlighting three new Industry Research Projects to be carried out in the North of Tasmania.
Sense-T's BloomAlert, Sensor-smart Irrigation and Irrigation Gateway projects will be delivered over the next 17-months with funding from the Australian Government through its Tasmanian Jobs and Growth Plan.
Sense-T's Industry Research Projects are designed to help people to solve practical problems and make better decisions in agriculture, aquaculture, health, tourism, new financial services, and infrastructure, freight and logistics.
When: 11am – 1.15pm, Wednesday 2 September 2015
Where: The Trust Bank Room, Sir Raymond Ferrell Centre, Newnham Campus, University of Tasmania, Launceston.