The Distributed Sensing Systems Group is hiring a new postdoctoral research fellow in Data and Network Science. The postdoc will work in our growing DiNeMo project exploring data fusion of mobility data streams for disease spread prediction. Interested candidates should submit their application documents through the CSIRO jobs site.
Cebit has recently published a blog article covering the Kinetic Energy Harvesting (KEH) Sensing work led by Sara Khalifa in the Distributed Sensing Systems Group. It refers to this work as “an example of Australian innovation at its finest,” and interviews Dr. Khalifa to discuss her work and her journey through winning iAwards and APICTA […]
It’s easier to find a feral buffalo than a mobile signal in Arnhem Land, but that hasn’t deterred a team of researchers and Indigenous rangers from connecting a bunch of the region’s feral animals to the internet. Buffaloes, along with feral pigs, are having a devastating impact on wetlands and important cultural sites in the […]
Our article titled: “Who’s to blame when driverless cars have an accident?” has just been published on The Conversation. The article discusses how to determine who’s liable in autonomous vehicle accidents based on sensor data from these vehicles. It highlights our recently proposed framework for using blockchain to enable trust in the sensor data from these […]
Australia’s $17 billion livestock industry plays a vital role in the national economy, fuelled by the rapid growth of Asia and increasing demand for high quality Australian exports from countries such as China. For many livestock producers, locating and monitoring the activity of their livestock has been a time-consuming and often costly challenge. The CSIRO’s […]
The Distributed Sensing Systems Group work on the LoRaTas project in building a city-wide LoRaWAN network in Launceston for Iot-based services in health and agriculture has recently been covered by ABC. Read the full article here.
The Assistant Minister for Cities has recently announced the outcomes of the smart cities and suburbs program. The city of Newcastle has received nearly $5M for its proposal “Smart Move Newcastle: Intelligent Mobility, Energy and Data Networks”, which includes CSIRO’s Data61 and Energy units in the bid along with Keolis Downer, Telstra, Cisco, KPMG and several others.partner. […]
The Distributed Sensing Systems Group has been part of a multi-institutional team in the LoRaTas project, which provides LoRaWAN connectivity for the city of Launceston in Tasmania. Chris Sharman has led the CSIRO team on development of the backend data platform for this project. Read the full article on the LoRaTas launch with Tasmanian state […]
Our work on energy-neutral sensing is under the spotlight in the recent WIRED Germany article titled “WIRED erklärt den Weg zum perfekten Akku” (German for “WIRED explains the way to the perfect battery”). The article features an interview with Prof. Raja Jurdak on the Distributed Sensing System Group’s software framework for achieving energy-neutral operation in […]
The Distributed Sensing Systems Group has an exciting opportunity for a postdoctoral research fellowship around decentralised security, privacy, and trust for the Internet of Things underpinned by Blockchain. The successful fellow will conduct research at the cutting edge of IoT and Blockchain research and will join an ongoing project in this area. To be successful […]