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Supporting learning for students with disability in rural and remote locations challenge partners

If you would like to partner with another organisation to address this challenge, review the below list of organisations who are also seeking partners.

You can register your details to be added to the list.

Organisation Additional information
Clipchamp
Alexander Dreiling
CEO
info@clipchamp.com

Clipchamp is the world's first in-browser video production platform. Headquartered in Brisbane and launched commercially in August 2016, Clipchamp has more than 1.5 million registered users around the world. Paying customers include New York Times, ESPN, Nike, McDonald's, American Express, Unicef, General Electric and many others.

Our video technology is available as an API to be embedded in third party tools. We're also constantly extending and improving our main platform, clipchamp.com.

Jenny Technologies Pty Ltd
Yael Navon
Owner
Yael.j.navon@gmail.com
0425 647 466

Jenny Technologies established on 2012 to provide consulting services.

Owners both have over 20 years of experience in their respective field of expertise and a proven track record of delivering IT solutions.

Jenny technology has a strong focus on quality management, product lifecycle and development management with a focus on data and system integration.

Our Assurance Services span across Quality Management, Quality and Project Assurance, Implementation of Automation, Testing and support on the use of methods and tools and quality techniques.

University of Southern Qld
Stephen Winn
Professor
stephen.winn@usq.edu.au
(07) 34704 229
University of Southern Queensland is a leader in real time mobile videoconferencing connections into schools utilizing standards based videoconferencing. Additionally it is a leader in the pedagogy and andragogy of virtual engagement with remote audiences.
Northern Regional Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Corporation
Cherissma Blackman
Leading Consultant
admin@ngardu.com.au
0413 486 209
We are an Indigenous Corporation who deliver care to over 300 clientele of Aged and Disabilities in the Townsville- Bowen region. Our Corporation is very keen to partner with Businesses that could assist us in accessing vital funding to assist us to progress to keep up with current trends and technologies.
Blue Ocean Robotics Australia
Ivan Storr
CEO
ijs@blue-ocean-robotics.com
0433 144 830
Blue Ocean Robotics is a creator of new robotic solutions, enterprises and markets. In close collaboration with partners in any industry, we develop and commercialise new solutions to improve productivity, safety and quality of life for humans.
Coviu Global Pty Ltd
Dr Silvia Pfeiffer
CEO
silvia@coviu.com
0401 384 041

We're open for collaboration on the challenge.

Coviu is a brand-new cloud based video consultation platform with an API that can integrate into other Web platforms and a modern and simple to use user interface.

Coviu is a Web based technology with an ability to extend its functionality to customer requirements.

Curio Group Pty Ltd
A/Prof David Bowser
CEO and Founder
db@curio.co
(03) 9013 3818
0488 042 818
Website: curio.co
Aubot Pty Ltd
Marita Cheng
CEO
info@aubot.com
Aubot makes telepresence robots so kids may attend school remotely. The user's face is displayed on the screen. The robot can go as high up as 1.7m, and as low as 1.1m. The robot is remotely controlled to go left, right, forwards and backwards over wifi using a Chrome browser or an Android device.

Activate Entertainment (Nextgen Creative Pty Ltd)
Tyronne Curtis
tyronne@activateentertainment.com.au
0423762096

Activate Entertainment is a creative development house which produces innovative content, teaches creativity and digital technologies through exciting educational experiences and supplies creative tools for the DIY generation.

Since 2012, Activate to firmly embedded itself in the Queensland Education system working across primary, secondary and tertiary sectors delivering a new form of educational experience through combining digital technologies and creativity. Most recently our programs have been rolled out through the Create Queensland Regional Roadshow. This project has seen Activate work in collaboration with the Department of Education and Youtube Kids to deliver an exciting day of immersion in content creation, digital technologies and storytelling.

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    Any collaboration between entities on the list must be consistent with the published SBIR Terms (see clauses 2.4 and 5). Under the SBIR Program, an applicant may collaborate with partners, but the applicant retains responsibility for meeting all obligations under the SBIR Terms. Please see the SBIR Terms for details.

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Last updated
30 August, 2017

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