The National Map is a website for map-based access to Australian spatial data from government agencies. The current version of the National Map is a “beta” service and we will be making lots of changes while we experiment with how users want to use the site and the data services. Later in 2014, it became […]
Scoobi is a Scala productivity framework for Hadoop. It was developed as part of Data61’s commitment to deliver customised business intelligence and advance data mining to the Enterprise marketplace, built upon a scalable open source software platform. License: Apache 2.0 Download Scoobi.
RTC.io (short for Real-Time Communications for web applications) is a developer-focused collection of open source node.js modules that can be installed with npm. It enables the creation of WebRTC applications by simplifying: access to local camera and microphone creation of audio and video calls between browsers set up of data channels between browsers communication management […]
The Data61 Named Entity Recogniser (NER) tool is a Java-based NER system for extracting organisation, location and person names from text. License: Code: GPL version 3 Data: Creative Commons ShareAlike 3.0 Download the NER tool.
Scyllarus is a set of tools that allows you to process Hyperspectral data and get meaningful results. Scyllarus uses powerful and advanced image processing techniques developed at Data61, to provide users with useful data for any number of applications. Whatever field you work in, there is probably an application where Hyperspectral Imaging could assist you! […]
seL4 is a high-assurance, high-performance microkernel developed and formally verified by the Trustworthy Systems Group at Data61. It is the world’s most advanced, highest-assured operating-system microkernel. seL4 is open source and available for free download.
A simulator for Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN), Body Area Networks (BAN), and generally networks of low-power embedded devices. It offers an accurate channel model based on empirical measurements that supports mobility and temporal variability. It also offers many features that are often neglected in network-level simulation, such as realistic radio modelling and access, node clock […]
We currently provide the following applications: collectd-write-oml2: writer plugin for collectd; gpslogger-oml2: measure GPS data from gpds; iperf-oml2: Iperf with OML2 measurement recording; nmetrics-oml2: node metrics using libsigar; otg2-oml2: the otg2/otr2 programs for generating background traffic; ping-oml2: a simple OML4R wrapper around the system ping tool; ripwavemon-oml2: use OML to monitor the Navini Ripwave WiMAX […]