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Jan 31

A world first in tourism research gives industry the edge

It sounds simple, but it is one of the most innovative and extensive research projects ever conducted into tourist travel. It has created an enormous amount of interest locally, nationally and internationally. And it’s no wonder - the impact of the research in academic and on industry has been far-reaching and significant.

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Dec 12

Driving digital transformation in Tasmania

The world population will grow to 9.7 billion by 2050. To achieve this, entire industries will need to transform. The University of Tasmania’s Sense-T is helping drive this transformation through digital technology with more than twenty-two industry research projects across ten different industries.

Sep 2

Sense-T receives two National Iawards Merits!

Sense-T has been recognised in two categories at the Australian Information Industry Association National iAwards.

Sep 2

Launceston first in Australia with new network

Launceston will become the first city in Australia to be covered by an Internet of Things (IoT) network. The Hodgman Government has committed $100,000 to fund a city-wide LORA network which is a long range, low power network, similar to Wi-Fi and ideally suited to IoT applications. The project is a collaboration between the University of Tasmania’s Sense-T, Definium Technologies and CSIRO’s Data 61.

Jul 14

Sense-T presents at TFGA Conference

Tasmanian Farmers & Graziers Association (TFGA) Conference, 7 July 2016  

Sense-T was delighted to attend and present at this year's TFGA Conference in Launceston.