Researchers developed a rechargeable fabric-like ‘battery’ that has a higher electrical output than a conventional AA battery and could power everyday electronics by using sea salt as an eco-friendly moisture absorbent.
A leading driverless industrial vehicle manufacturer is providing its advanced robotics technology to the Advanced Manufacturing Centre (AMC) to support high-value “innofacturing” and long-term re-industrialisation.
The memorandum of understanding with a start-up aims to manufacture and commercialise the Dhaara Smart Flow Metre. It uses a combination of hardware and software for flow measurement and water management.
Researchers from the United States have invented a gadget that can detect and transmit signals relating to pulse, sweat, and ultraviolet exposure wirelessly; and does not require bulky processors or batteries.
CORE Innovation Hub takes the role of the operator at the Australian Automation and Robotics Precinct in Perth’s north. The contract will see CORE take the lead in attracting, securing and retaining new partners and users at the Neerabup precinct.
The government is funding a company that develops hydrogen analysis sensors for new-age applications. The development is also related to universal miniaturised core sensor designs for leak detection and the analysis of hydrogen.
Entrepreneurs and researchers will collaborate to develop new medical technologies for healthcare and diagnostics thanks to funding for an AU$ 16.7 million facility based at RMIT University.