Dr. Nigel Spooner, head of the ANU Luminescence Laboratory, will be discussing the application of luminescence technology for detecting and quantifying radiation effects as a window into ancient times as well as some applications in the modern world.
This presentation covers an approach to analysing enterprise information, policies, processes and technology to determine a clear current-state view of how effective the information management is, defining a future state based on business objectives and potential savings, and a strategy on how to get to that state.
Peter Rossi, CTO Huawei Australia, will speak on: Evolution direction of digital society; Major trends we see in the digital society evolution and the driving force behind these trends; and Challenges we are facing, and more importantly, the measures to address these challenges.
M-Enabling Australasia 2013 is two days of discussion and practical demonstrations on how mobile technologies can benefit people with disability and older people. It will feature local and international experts on accessible technologies, mobile service providers, developers, manufacturers, retail and business groups, regulators, policymakers, and organisations representing people with disability and older people.
Business agility and environmental sustainability have at least one common thread - the minimization of waste through the reduction of complexity. In this talk, Sundar will outline 3 approaches adopted at HP that resonate with this aim including:
Ericsson Australia and Telstra recently conducted the first 1Tb/s optical trial in Australia, demonstrating the ability to substantially increase optical capacity over existing fibre plant and existing DWDM systems. This presentation provides an overview of Ericsson’s 1Tbps optical technology.
Architecture, design and integration strategies for the Integrated Platform Management System (IPMS) for the Air Warfare Destroyer project. Ship Control Systems are progressively moving away from Mil Spec, proprietary systems to ruggedised COTS-based systems that can integrate a large number of dissimilar control systems.
A recently published report by CEET has identified access networks, not data centres, as a growing & significant threat to the sustainability of services delivered from the cloud. This is because more people are accessing cloud services via wireless networks.
Ever wondered: Where, what and how customer premises devices are tested? What a simulated home of a lounge, bedrooms and entertainment room with fixed wire and wireless devices look like? Are you interested to look at example of how services to home are connected via pit and pipe for copper and fibre? Would you like to learn about NBN and Fibre To The Premises Network Termination Devices?
This presentation will provide a summary of the state of the art in Lead Acid battery design for submarines, and then present the work being undertaken by PMB Defence in the engineering of a Submarine Battery based on Lithium chemistry.
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