Round 5 recipients for Knowledge Transfer Partnerships
Five businesses, in partnership with five universities across Queensland, will share in a total of $210,477. The funding will enable these small and medium sized enterprises to bring a graduate into their business to work on an innovative project designed to grow their business.
|Recipient||Knowledge Based Partner||Funding Offered by State to business (excl GST)||Project Summary|
|Community Information Support Services Ltd||Griffith University||$49,811||Optimising community support outcomes for the public by translating data to information.|
|Digital Syndicate Studios Pty Ltd T/A Spatial Media||Bond University||$50,000||To focus on the research and development of a community engagement simulation framework through use of Higher Dimensional Media technologies. The aim of this framework is to simulate infrastructure noise and its subsequent impact on stakeholders.|
|Exploration Drill Rigs Pty Ltd||QUT||$44,000||Design and develop a universal Power Drill as an addition to a workover rig for commercialisation, providing the CSG and oil & gas industry a safe solution to remove sediment from wells.|
|GIS People Pty Ltd||University of Queensland||$33,333||Development of ground-breaking technologies incorporating facial recognition, emotion recognition and automated conversion of speech to text into a live app.|
|Psychological Solutions (Qld) Pty Ltd||University of Southern Queensland||$33,333||Develop and evaluate a procedure (a pilot program) for using neurofeedback technologies and training to boost attention and productivity in employees.|