Year in Review – 2019
The Distributed Sensing Systems Group is part of the Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) Research Program at CSIRO’s Data61, which also encompasses the Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Imaging and Computer Vision and Cybernetics research groups.
Earlier this year, the CPS Program welcomed Dr Sue Keay as a Program Director to assist in the delivery of scientific research and projects in cyber-physical systems that connect digital devices to the physical environment, such as 3D localisation & mapping, robotics, artificial intelligence, micro-sensors, sensor networks, and image processing.
During 2019, the CPS groups worked on several projects in partnership with industry, government and academia, apart from engaging in multiple outreach activities and taking home various awards for outstanding scientific research and real-world applications.
According to Dr Sue Keay, Program Director, “2019 has delivered both science and impact, responding to the key challenges facing our nation. We’ve also developed innovative new technologies that we’re in the process of commercialising – delivering even more value to the Australian society, the environment and the economy”.
Some of the CPS Program’s highlights in 2019 included:
Distributed Sensing Systems Group
Robotics and Autonomous Systems Group
Over 40 engagements with students, industry, government and the wider community. [READ MORE]
Imaging and Computer Vision Group
D61+ LIVE: a science showcase festival discussing the rise of artificial intelligence. [READ MORE]
To all of our partners from within Data61, CSIRO, industry, government, academia and research organisations: thanks for your trust in our work and collaboration to our success.
We look forward to further extending our collaboration networks in 2020 and beyond!
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