A South Australian delegation was shown a taste of Tasmanian innovation, with a tour of Sense-T projects.
The delegation was made up of senior government and education officials, including Professor Campbell Gemmell, Chief Executive of the Environment Protection Authority and Professor David Lloyd, Vice-Chancellor of the University of South Australia.
The tour made its way to Pooley's vineyard to view the new sensing technology and research into real-time disease management.
"Other states are keeping a close eye on what is happening here in Tasmania. We are certainly leading the way," Sense-T Director Ros Harvey said.
Photo: The Sense-T team and South Australian delegation at Pooley's vineyard.