Sense-T Acting Director Amanda Castray today reminded potential applicants for funding through Sense-T's Industry Research Projects that Expressions of Interest are due by 15 March.
Around 10 projects will receive up to $600 000 each for projects that use sensors or data to solve practical industry problems in agriculture, health, tourism, new financial services, or infrastructure, freight and logistics.
Ms Castray said Sense-T had received strong interest from industry and research bodies across Tasmania.
The $6 million Stage 2 Industry Research Projects are funded by the Australian Government's Tasmanian Jobs and Growth Plan.
For more information on how to apply, go to Stage 2 Projects.