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Round 9 recipients for Knowledge Transfer Partnerships

Seven businesses, in partnership with four universities across Queensland, will share in a total of just under $420,000. 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
Kinetic Orthotics Pty Ltd University of the Sunshine Coast $48,000 3D Printing of Orthotic Interventions
The development and design of new orthotic interventions using 3D printing technology and computer assisted design. It will utilise new production techniques and materials that makes 3D printing commercially viable.
Field Orthopaedics Pty Ltd Queensland University of Technology $50,000 Deployable anchor array system to be used in wrist surgery
Development of manufacturing methodology for a novel system of intricate anchor arrays to replicate the natural structure of the wrist for patients with a range of ailments.
FlyFree.ly Queensland University of Technology $50,000 Complex drone operation risk assessment system
This project aims to develop a software based solution to enable the rapid and automated evaluation of the risks associated with complex drone operations.
DEC-MECH Pty Ltd ATF The David Cole Family Trust James Cook University $50,000 An Asset Integrity and Maintenance Ontology for Industry
Development of an ontology to support asset maintenance and integrity management activities in industry with particular focus on the mining and minerals processing sectors.
Engineroom Infrastructure Consulting The University of Queensland $50,000 Innovation in mine tailings treatment
Final development and commercialisation of an innovative technology for treatment of waste water from mining operations, specifically through the use of an additive called MetalNet to remove heavy metals.
Calxa Pty Ltd James Cook University $50,000 Applying Artificial Intelligence to Business Management Advice
Develop methods of analysing large volumes of accounting data to provide valuable insights for business owners and actionable advice that will help them improve their business practices.
Medmin Pty Ltd University of the Sunshine Coast $50,000 Medmin CEP Funding and Clinical Audit Tool
Development of a case mix and clinical audit tool based on hospital coded data to increase hospital funding and improve monitoring of healthcare activities.
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Last updated
12 January, 2018

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