Digiscape’s work ‘returns’ to CSIRO

August 25th, 2022

CSIRO’s Digiscape Future Science Platform (FSP), 2016 – 2022, is now complete. Our FSPs, are multi-disciplinary investments in our collective future, designed with lifecycles of approximately five to eight years. 

Digiscape succeeded in solving multiple real-life knowledge shortfalls in the land sector simultaneously. We supported next generation decision making to help transform agricultural industries and environmental action. As one of the first FSPs to mature, that work now continues across CSIRO’s agricultural and environmental research. 

  • Through harnessing the benefits of the digital revolution, Digiscape made agriculture more profitable, lower impact and lower risk
  • We worked on multiple dimensions of solutions at once to help Australian farmers and land managers innovate faster
  • We developed re-usable components for land sector decision tools that enable CSIRO and the wider agtech sector to unlock existing and future information for end users’ benefit.

Digiscape created a suite of digital products that are expected to create over $400M p.a. of value to Australia by 2028, in addition to significant environmental benefits.

For any further information about what Digiscape achieved or what you could achieve working with the expertise, resources and knowledge the Digiscape FSP has created within CSIRO, contact:

Andrew Moore
  • Andrew led CSIRO's Digiscape Future Science Platform. His research background includes modelling and experimenting in integrated crop-livestock systems, ecosystem services in farming land and mathematical modelling of pasture growth and quality.