News Archive: Growth through innovation
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Adelaide will host the southern hemisphere’s first on-road trial of driverless cars
Remote sensor technology showcased at Adelaide’s new Remote Operation Centre is helping deliver significant savings for resource companies.
A suburban Adelaide high school is helping prepare young South Australians for the next wave of jobs in the defence industry.
Potential investors now have access to a suite of information to help them identify business opportunities.
Adelaide-based simulation systems company Sydac is preparing to deliver its first rail simulator to India, as part of a $30 million contract with the government owned Indian Railways.
The South Australian Government is opening up new opportunities for the ICT sector through an expression of interest.
Flinders University’s Professor Craig Simmons has been named South Australian Scientist of the Year
An exciting research program aimed at improving soil to dramatically increase crop production is set to expand, after demonstrating at least a doubling of grain yield in its first season of trials.
The world’s first research centre dedicated to combating Queensland fruit fly is a step closer, with the State Government signing an agreement with Horticulture Innovation Australia to build and manage the $3.8 million National Sterile Insect Technology (SIT) facility at Port Augusta.
Innovative start-ups in the United States have expressed interest in South Australia’s connectivity and creativity after a Government-led visit to Boston last week.