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RMIT, Siemens and Festo team up to establish Australian-focused digital innovation hub
“The announcement comes at a time when the COVID-19 pandemic is fundamentally forcing Australians and Australian businesses to look for new ways to keep the engines of the economy running.”
Vodafone opens 5G Innovation Lab in Christchurch
The lab, which is located on Tuam Street, is designed to help New Zealand organisations understand how 5G technology can become part of their business.
Microsoft showcases innovations in new Asia Pacific HQ
Almost 145,000 metres of cabling, 200 display screens, 179 Bluetooth beacons and 900 sensors make up Microsoft’s new Asia Pacific headquarters in Singapore, which is now home to the region’s first Microsoft Experience Centre.
BLE innovation lab and showroom to open in the Gold Coast
Pole Star and inTechnology are bringing the most sophisticated and leading-edge BLE technology to Australian shores.
Kiwi tourism startups making tracks in NZ and abroad
“There’s been talk of the New Zealand tourism industry slowing down. Because of that, I think it’s more important than ever that New Zealand fosters innovation in the tourism industry, and that’s exactly what Lightning Lab Tourism has been about."
London coworking space teams with Global Cyber Alliance
A London-based coworking space is about to become a major cybersecurity innovation hub and a primary UK landing pad for security challenge winners.
Infosys aims to generate 1,200 IT jobs for Aussies
The company will open three Innovation Hubs and create new skilled jobs for graduates and professionals by 2020.