- Environmental research, policy development and management are not constrained by a lack of access to data or information
- Information can be efficiently and effectively discovered and accessed, as and when its needed, in a form that is useful
- Decisions about about environmental resources are based on defensible, clear, consistent and current information.
The IrriSAT decision support system Shortening the path to impact by delivering science as a service ‘More crop per drop’ is the aim for most farmers; maximising crop yield profit while minimising impact to the environment. Water is a key cost and input, especially for irrigated crops. IrriSAT is an irrigation decision support system designed […]
CSIRO Network Project
Finding the right skills, expertise and experience for a project, or asking for advice is challenging in large organisations. We defer to our personal contacts and ‘alternative’ channels in our search (friend-of-friends, LinkedIn network). This takes time and we might not find the right person. Using an organisation’s existing information, systems and data for clues, allows […]
Data visualisation and analytics
At the heart of science is the ability to make sense of data from observations or modelled outputs. The challenge today is being able to handle the large volumes of data from many sources and to be able to find insights in an easy to access manner. Data visualisations plays a role in addressing this […]