A team representing the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision and Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is taking part in the Amazon Robotics Challenge, hoping to fill the gap in Amazon.com’s automated warehousing process.
Drone users will have to register their devices and conduct safety awareness tests following research into the potential damage to airliners and helicopters.
With support from ANZ and NAB, Stone & Chalk has headed south, partnering with SproutX to launch its Melbourne-based agriculture and finance technology accelerator hub.
In response to its second notice to show cause from Brisbane City Council in an ongoing contractual dispute, TechnologyOne has said it is ready to take the issue to court if the council proceeds with 'wrongful' termination.
The Chinese government has laid out a three-step blueprint to make the country the number one artificial intelligence hub globally.
Microsoft's move to Windows as a Service may bring many benefits -- but there will be unexpected consequences too.
Some organizations stay nimble by receiving frequent software enhancements via continuous updates. But others require a more traditional release cycle that allows them to adapt to the changes.
The Chief Information Officer at SAP offers leadership advice for moving beyond infrastructure to enabling innovation and delivering value through partnership and collaboration with business stakeholders. It's real advice from a genuine CIO practitioner.
A new Maritime Broadband Radio system is being rolled out to help ships and planes communicate in the event of an oil spill.
Alcatel makes affordable, solid phone hardware and the Alcatel Idol 5S is a winner. The mid-tier specs, elegant hardware design, and pure Android offer what others provide at half the price.
BlackBerry's Secusuite for Government has gained approval for end-to-end encryption of voice calls and text messages on mobile devices in the US federal government.