Our Satellite Based Augmentation System test-bed project has had some recent press through the successful testing results in the construction industry, with Position Partners and UNSW. With an article appearing in this month's Azimuth Magazine. And there were several follow-ups from the aviation sector through Airservices Australia. Including an article in The Australian and one in Australian Aviation.
We launched the new Digital Earth Australia (DEA) Industry Consultation website in conjunction with the First Impressions Report, a couple weeks ago. As the name suggests, this report sets the scene and starts the conversation. In it, we have collected opinions and impression from 30 industry leaders across the spatial and other growth sectors for Earth Observations data in Australia. Workshops will begin in the coming weeks.
A report, published by partners Meat and Livestock Australia, Central Queensland University, and FrontierSI, explores and uncovers the value to be derived by graziers if they could when they remotely monitor the location behaviour and state of their animals.
Our team has been doing a little of their own work over the last couple months, it's great that we are surrounded by people who love this industry.
Registrations and abstracts are open for the Multi-GNSS Asia conference which is set for October 23-25 in Melbourne. Our team has been working with partners RMIT University and Geoscience Australia on what is shaping up to be an exciting multi-lateral program to connect industry, create solutions and drive innovation using GNSS technology.
FrontierSI’s Nathan Quadros and Zaffar Sadiq were at the World of Drones Congress in Brisbane last week to launch the Australia and New Zealand Unpiloted Aerial Vehicle (UAV) User Needs Report.
Dr Charity Mundava has been named as one of the 10 inaugural STEM Ambassadors by Science & Technology Australia. Charity, a Spatial Scientist at WaterNSW, began her PhD with us in 2012 on the topic of using remote sensing to estimate above ground biomass.
Our resident space expert, Julia Mitchell, will be joining a panel on Wednesday night talking about the future of space travel.
We are delighted to see one of our important environmental projects become this year’s ABC Science Week national project. The Monitoring Through Many Eyes projects began in 2015 with FrontierSI partners Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and the Queensland Department of Natural Resources, Mining and Energy, as well as ACEMS (the ARC Centre of Excellence for Mathematical and Statistical Frontiers) and the Australian Institute of Marine Science. The project uses citizen science to understand and monitor the Great Barrier Reef.
Hello and welcome to our first newsletter in a new era. We are one month into the new financial year and progressively moving to a future where, as FrontierSI, we will build on our track record of successful research outcomes. We are transforming to a more partner focussed organisation which develops, brokers, manages and delivers user-led applied collaborative spatial research initiatives. It’s as busy as ever! Our first month has been an exciting one; signing up partners, creating new governance structures, working with a new board, setting new agile research directions and developing new collaborative initiatives.