As humans propel towards a world where algorithms increasingly dominate everything from the way our power is allocated through to the news on our smartphones, the demand for those who understand cyber-physical systems is escalating.
Cyber-physical systems is the connection of digital devices to the physical environment, and at Data61 we work, live and breathe it. We've built biosensors to monitor oyster health; systems that collect and monitor real time agricultural data; driverless vehicles for hazardous situations and drones for environmental monitoring.
In the process, we've made sensing accurate, robust and secure; learned how to collect, store and distribute data efficiently and reliably; developed highly accurate, fast and ubiquitous 3D world mapping with multisensory data (3D++); and while we were at it, augmented human capabilities through wearable sensors and robotic co-workers.
Bringing together the digital and physical worlds is where we work, and Data61's experts use their skills in:
We extend the reach of our clients and partners to achieve results sooner and our results speak for themselves. We'll help you create your data-driven future – today.
Zebedee is a handheld laser scanner that creates 3D maps of difficult environments in the time it takes to walk through them. It doesn’t rely on GPS, making it suitable for a range of scientific and commercial applications.
Phenonet collects, processes and visualises sensor data from the field in near real-time. It is helping plant scientists and farmers identify the best crop varieties to increase yield and efficiency of digital agriculture.
Working with a group of international partners we've developed an open source platform that brings sensor networks, analytics and cloud computing together.
We have developed a world first mollusc bio-sensor capable of delivering physiological data in real-time from animals in commercial environments.
Sense-T is creating the world's first economy-wide intelligent sensor network that integrates different data sources to build a digital view of Tasmania.
Part of our Guardian Worker suite of technologies, our hot metal carrier is a large driverless vehicle that can safely operate in industrial worksites such as smelters.
Part of our Guardian Mentor suite of technologies, ReMoTe gives maintenance workers in remote locations access to a virtual pair of expert eyes and hands to guide them through difficult tasks.
Our sustainable and versatile tracking system Camazotz is being used to monitor flying foxes across Australia, helping ecologists understand and predict the spread of disease.
We’ve partnered with Catapult Sports, a world leader in athlete tracking devices, to deliver a new wireless tracking solution for indoor sports applications.
Our wireless tracking technology can hone in on mine workers deep underground, helping to boost productivity and more importantly save lives.
We invented and patented wireless local area network (WLAN) in the 1990s – a technology that has given us the freedom to work wirelessly in our homes and offices.
Ngara is our next-wave wireless technology that is optimising the wireless spectrum and helping connect more Australians in more places.
Our autonomous rover vehicle is helping scientists from across the world automate the task of regularly calibrating global earth observation satellites.
Starbug is an inexpensive, miniature autonomous underwater vehicle ideal for data collection and ecosystem surveys.