Aus4Innovation grants funding to four outstanding tech projects
#Aus4Innovation Partnership Grants has awarded a total of 1.37 million AUD in funding to four digital economy initiatives. These projects, which are co-led by teams from Australia and Vietnam, have the potential to revolutionise their fields by applying the most advanced digital approaches developed in Australia.
The selected projects are:
• Remote situational tele-mentorship using augmented reality to build capacity of healthcare staff in rural and remote areas;
• Improvement of search and rescue operation by using aerial vehicles, artificial intelligence (AI) and remote sensing;
• Sugarcane production employing drones and artificial intelligence of things (AIOT) to monitor crop health; and
• Environment management in Tram Chim National Park applying AI, machine learning, Internet of Things (IoT) and environmental engineering.
For more information about each project, please visit the Aus4Innovation website at https://research.csiro.au/aus4innovation/activities/grants/
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