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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.
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Last updated
10 January, 2017

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