South Australia providing investors with agricultural insights 12 Jul
An innovative online portal is putting South Australia’s $21 billion agriculture, food, wine and forestry industries on the world stage and providing investors with insights into the state’s prime commodity investment opportunities.Read more
Australian utility sets global technology benchmark 30 Jun
One of Australia’s largest water retailers has today secured an international award for an innovative project that has seen the time required to identify faults in their network drop from minutes to just secondsRead more
Smart mapping stamps out climate change sour grapes 18 May
One of the world’s largest wine makers has armed itself with cutting-edge smart mapping technology to help fight the effects of climate change and safeguard the production of its celebrated wines.Read more
Smart mapping to slash veg management costs, says expert 18 May
Electricity distributors could slash tens of millions of dollars from the industry’s 800 million dollar annual vegetation management bill by simply embracing state-of-the-art smart mapping technology, says leading industry expert.Read more
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