The NSW Smart Sensing Network (NSSN) is proud to announce that Western Sydney University (WSU) has joined its consortium.Read More
NSSN member university, UTS, recently announced a research partnership with Australian mining giant, Fortescue Metals to develop autonomous mobility technologies.Read More
Professor David Reilly from the School of Physics and Microsoft Quantum Laboratory , Photo Credit University of SydneyRead More
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
The NSW government today announced the launch of the $5 million Physical Sciences Fund (PSF).Read 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