With the aid of Nearmap solutions, engineers are using spatial digital twins to make precise and data-backed decisions at scale.
An ultra-lightweight mobile X-ray machine from South Australian company Micro-X has been approved for use in Australian hospitals.
Researchers from the University of South Australia have developed a computer vision system that can remotely monitor a premature baby’s...
A recent Australian Engineering Excellence Award recipient, the Hyperparallel OCT is an all-in-one diagnostic device for ophthalmologists and optometrists.
Scientists have found artificial intelligence (AI) improves the accuracy of skin cancer diagnosis, when combined with human clinical checks.
A new service aims to provide high-quality spatial data for engineers and planners within minutes.
Thorsten Trupke's award-winning technology is a smarter and faster way of making sure that solar cells are reliable.
Engineers from the Australian National University (ANU) have developed a method that could help manufacturers spot defects in technology more...
Producing digital twins that mirror physical products and processes can help companies quickly identify problems and prototype new ideas.
Skin cancer accounts for one of the largest number of cancer diagnoses in Australia every year.