Sense-T's innovative sensor and data research projects based in Northern Tasmania have featured in a special seminar as part of the University of Tasmania's Research Week celebrations in Launceston.
The seminar showcased the outcomes of Sense-T's Stage 1 projects in water management, aquaculture and beef and dairy.
Project Leads from the new Industry Research Projects based in the North of the State also explained the practical outcomes they're working to achieve over the next 16-months in areas such as irrigation and monitoring algal blooms in drinking and irrigation water.
Sense-T's 14 Industry Research are being undertaken with funding provided by the Australian Government through the Tasmanian Jobs and Growth Plan and are due for completion in December 2016.
Pictured, right: the CSIRO's Dr Sarah Andrewartha explains the Stage 1 Aquaculture project