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New industry report on Australian AgTech

“Australian agriculture is expected to make further inroads into export markets around the world and become a A$100 billion industry by 2030 — matching the country’s mining and construction sectors — but these ambitions cannot be met without further AgTech investment.” Innovation in agricultural technologies, or AgTech, is rapidly changing the world’s least digitised industry.1…


Business profile: Echoview

Echoview Software Pty Ltd (formerly Myriax Software Pty Ltd) was established as Sonardata Tasmania Pty Ltd in 1995. Twenty years on, the company is now widely recognised as the global leader in the development of hydroacoustic visualisation and analysis software for the global scientific community. The company’s product, Echoview®, has become the standard for advanced…


Do you undertake Research and Development?

Are you seeking the latest information and insights about claiming software R&D activities – noting regulators have focussed attention on software development claims recently, with new guidance, tax alerts and regulatory audits/reviews. Those submitting claims need to be aware about issues, myths, risks and processes to be aware of when compiling an R&D claim related…


Australia’s IoT Opportunity – Where To Next?

Millions of devices connected to each other, talking and reporting numbers, making the world revolve more efficiently. Hospitals 3D printing spare parts as they need them, farmers sending drones over fields to examine crops, and remote-controlled factories. Can Australia benefit from the IoT revolution? You bet – to the tune of $308 billion over the…


Business Growth Opportunities – Hobart

Hobart has responded well to the introduction of access to fast broadband services over the nbn™ broadband access network with many businesses already realising many of the benefits. Local businesses that have connected to the nbn™ access network are more easily engaging global markets and increasing their competitiveness. Recently the Regional Australia Institute partnered with…


How Will The “Rise of the Machines” Transform Jobs in Your Region?

Regional Australia Institute September 3 2018 Regional communities now have access to information that shows which jobs are likely to change due to automation – specific to their own workforce – following the release today of new data from the Regional Australia Institute (RAI). The RAI’s latest work identifies medical practitioners, nurses and school teachers as just…