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Round 8 recipients for Knowledge Transfer Partnerships

Five businesses, in partnership with two universities across Queensland, will share in a total of just under $250,000. 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
The Water and Carbon Group The University of Queensland $50,000 Landfill Leachate Treatment Pilot Plant - Heavily contaminated wastewater from landfills risk causing environmental harm. WCG's world-first (cost feasible) system treats leachate to be fit for irrigation/reuse. This requires a close partnership with a knowledge-based partner.
ImmersaView Pty Ltd Queensland University of Technology $47,200 ImmersaView develop advanced software solutions for complex visualisation applications in Defence, Simulation, Audio Visual, Education, Energy and Emergency Services markets. The project is to optimize the encoding/decoding video, audio and data. 
CartonCloud Pty Ltd Queensland University of Technology $50,000 High Efficiency Route Optimisation Algorithm - Develop an efficient, multi-driver, multi-route, multi-constraint travelling salesman problem solver.
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Last updated
12 January, 2018

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