Industry news | 25 September 17 | InnovatoinAus.com
Geographically they may live worlds apart – one resides on the Gold Coast and the other in Singapore. But it doesn’t bother the brothers James and Adam Gilmour, who are determined to grow their company Gilmour Space Technologies to compete in the same realm as space transport companies like Elon Musk’s SpaceX.
Industry news | 18 September 17 | Computerworld
Submissions are being sought for Australia’s first robotics and computer vision roadmap.
Industry news | 17 September 17 | Brisbane Times
The Queensland government will charter a 747 aircraft to fly hundreds of Silicon Valley investors and entrepreneurs to Brisbane for the second year of a tech festival that was almost wiped out by Cyclone Debbie in May.
Industry news | 16 September 17 | The Morning Bulletin
Livingstone Shire Council is calling local start-ups and innovators to get in touch.
Industry news | 15 September 17 | Technology Decisions
The Testing Within Government (TWiG) program is producing innovative digital solutions to real-world problems in Queensland.
Industry news | 15 September 17 | Manufacturers’ Monthly
The Queensland Government is providing almost $350,000 to fund innovation kick-starting safer handling and a more enjoyable experience for motorcycle riders world-wide.
Industry news | 14 September 17 | NewsMail
Bundaberg women who have founded start-up businesses in regional Queensland will have the opportunity to travel to London.
Industry news | 12 September 17 | startup daily
An immersive new way to view content, virtual reality (VR) is currently a darling of the tech world, as an increasing number of startups and corporates look to VR as a tool to help everything from phobias to marketing campaigns.
Industry news | 11 September 17 | The Chronicle
The Toowoomba-based team behind an app to help expectant mothers find the right facility and care provider for their pregnancy has won a Queensland Government award.
Industry news | 10 September 17 | The Morning Bulletin
A Rockhampton-based fisheries data collection business has hooked $94,000 in Queensland Government funding to monitor stocks across the Great Barrier Reef.