BLEAT: indoor localisation and tracking system – new dedicated website now live!
We are pleased to announce the launch of a dedicated website for our BLEAT system. BLEAT is an indoor localisation […]
Report: National Water Information System development – a roadmap for Afghanistan
The National Water Information System (WIS) development: a roadmap for Afghanistan is a guidance document and identifies steps for implementation, […]
Bio-sensors: discovering the secret life of oysters
We have developed a world first mollusc bio-sensor capable of delivering physiological data in real-time from animals in commercial environments. […]
Smart ear tags – newest technology trials at Lansdown
In 2018, CSIRO, through its Data61’s Cyber-Physical Systems Program and Agriculture and Food business units have teamed up with Ceres […]
DiNeMo: Disease Networks and Mobility
The Disease Networks and Mobility (DiNeMo) Project explores how human infectious diseases found overseas might spread in Australia and overseas, and how these movements can be predicted. The project looks at the patterns of how people move both internationally and domestically in order to forecast the risk of the spread of disease.
Have you heard of Senaps, our IoT Platform?
After 10 years in the make, the Senaps’ highly flexible framework for getting data in, analysing and distributing it via […]
Livestock provenance & management – Ceres Tag
CSIRO and agtech company Ceres Tag have created a livestock information platform using a proprietary smart ear tag to help stakeholders along the […]
Basin Futures: supporting water resource planning
Over the past three years, the Distributed Sensing Systems Group has been leading the technical platform development of Basin Futures […]
eGrazor – measuring cattle pasture intake
The livestock sector is under mounting pressure to produce more from a smaller environmental footprint. Accurate measurement of pasture intake […]