Worldwide, machines are undertaking complex tasks, “learning” from the outcomes and improving their performance accordingly. The possibilities are revolutionary; and many are being realised at the University of Adelaide.
To protect our data and communication we must be doubly focused: one eye on emerging vulnerabilities, another on new, more secure forms and channels. On both fronts, the University of Adelaide’s vision is clear.
The University of Adelaide is taking measurement and sensing to unprecedented levels of sensitivity, enabling step-change advances in defence, health, astronomy, food and wine.
The University of Adelaide’s Australian Smart Cities Consortium works with state and local government, industry and entrepreneurs, to improve the experiences of people living in our cities.
A new generation of University of Adelaide students are preparing to take our urban lives to entirely new levels of sophistication, satisfaction and sustainability.
For nearly 30 years, the Centre for Defence Communications and Information Networking has played a leading role in ensuring our armed forces’ operational IT systems remain the equal of, if not superior to, any in the world.
My Wine World is a free smart device application for lovers of wine—from novice consumers to wine aficionados or industry professionals.
Dr Lian Pin Koh is helping to protect threatened tropical ecosystems through the use of drone technology
Advancing the Web technologies – and particularly Web of Things ( WoT) is the main research focus for Michael Sheng.
Giving developing countries the power to protect their threatened tropical ecosystems through unique “conservation drones”
Raising awareness and informing debate on the growing threat of digital surveillance, ‘big data’ and identity profiling
Why a partnership between the University of Adelaide and Telstra means we can take it for granted that the mobile network will work
In the near future, corrosion checks for critical defence assets may be a simple matter of running a laser over them, thanks to groundbreaking new research.
Bringing together South Australia’s leading experts to improve defence system design and performance, keeping us at the forefront of technological advances
Researchers have discovered the secrets of the dragonfly’s incredible ability to pursue and catch moving prey, and successfully applied them in an autonomous robot.