NSW fire safety company, E-Visuals, is set to revolutionise how first responders evacuate buildings in an emergency. The new project, dubbed Incident, will fuse data from in-building sensors, known local hazards and publicly available information to create a single, easy to use building emergency management platform.Read More
NSW government announces $5 million Physical Sciences FundRead More
Theme Leader - Fluidics.
We seek a highly motivated individual with experience working at the nexus of research and industry to lead a research program, develop high-value relationships and drive commercial outcomes.Read More
After an extensive consultation process, the NSW Smart Sensing Network has released its Strategic Plan 2019-21.Read More
In this edition of The Sensor, we invite you to read more detail on our Strategic Plan and some of the exciting activities that have been taking place at the NSSN throughout November.Read More
The NSW Smart Sensing Network, in collaboration with Sydney Water, brought together 50 key players in the water industry, infrastructure providers, government and universities to discuss innovative solutions for better prediction of leaks and breaks in water mains.Read More
After a short hiatus, the Sensor Newsletter returned in October.Read More