ICT International’s unique family of digital sensors and data loggers have been developed to measure key plant and soil parameters for the advancement of plant and soils research, to address physiological limitations, to water availability, climate change, evaluation of plant genetics, breeding programs or fundamental understanding of plant function. They have been installed to measure plant water use (sap flow), plant water potential (psychrometer), soil moisture and soil water potential to determine the effects of climate and environmental change across the world including; the Brazilian rainforests, the “world’s tallest trees” in California, mine site rehabilitation in Australia and Peru, greenhouse tomato production in Australia and the effects of elevated CO2 on plant water use and hydraulic conductivity.
Dr Peter CullDirector
Dr Beng UmaliApplication Scientist
The iMOVE CRC is a new national intelligent transport R&D centre funded through the Co-operative Research Centres programme. It is supported by 46 industry, government and research partners including the federal departments of ‘Industry Innovations and Science’ and ‘Infrastructure and Regional Development’, state road authorities, retailers, logistics and insurance companies, technology developers, automobile clubs and many of Australia’s top universities.
The ten-year, $230m centre will undertake industry-led research that creates and uses emerging technologies to improve Australian transport systems nationally. It will deliver fast and predictable freight systems and enhanced mobility for Australians on the roads and public transport.
Mr Jeff KasparianPrograms Manager
Innovative Manufacturing CRC
The IMCRC has a vision for a globally connected and smarter Australian manufacturing industry. We are industry-led and develop important new technologies, products and services in Australia’s manufacturing sector. We operate in the context of the Australian Government’s Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) program to improve the competitiveness, productivity and sustainability of Australian manufacturing firms, and to drive digital and business model transformation. We will deliver manufacturing outcomes in line with government priorities in key growth sectors and in science, research and innovation, encourage and enable small and medium enterprise (SME) participation in collaborative research, and fund projects to tackle industry specific problems through research partnerships between industry entities and research organisations
Mr David ChuterCEO
Dr Jason CoonanCOO
Dr Matthew YoungManufacturing Innovation Manager
Ms Jana KutheCommunications, Marketing and Events Manager
Mr Sameera SilvaFinance Manager
Ino8 Pty Ltd
Ino8’s mission is to invent the world’s safest and cleanest vehicle technologies and turn them into reality.
Our vision for future mobility is an entirely new generation of Leaning Cars that are narrow as a bike, and therefore leaning to the side when driving around a corner like a bike, but with 4 wheels, long enough to carry up to 4 people, safe as a car and cleaner than electric cars.
We want to establish Australia’s first own global car company to commercialise such a new generation of leaning cars and to eliminate unemployment in Australia. The new company will be a joint venture between various international contributing partners which will provide a global outreach right from the start.
The foundation of these innovative Leaning Cars is our patented Safe8™ balance control technology. It enables us to build a Leaning Car with electric drive at a cost comparable to a normal small car, a break-through for electro-mobility. The scope of this project is develop and build different versions of a leaning car to demonstrate the benefits and to generate the first order of a low volume production.