The state government has announced SMEs will be able to apply for up to $50,000 in funding for innovation tech projects from this month.
Morse Micro, an Australian start up revolutionising Wi-Fi for the Internet of Things (IoT) has been named a CES® 2021 Innovation Awards Honoree for its Wi-Fi HaLow technology. “The ultra-long range and massive capacity of our Wi-Fi HaLow technology along with its ultra-low-power is a game changer for the IoT,” said Michael De Nil, co-founder… Continue reading Morse Micro wins CES 2021 Innovation Award for game-changing Wi-Fi HaLow Technology
The CSIRO has released a new report The Value of Science and Technology that lists the five main barriers to innovation in Australia and the respective solutions that businesses can adopt to overcome these challenges. The main barriers identified by the report are: Declining innovation investment: investment into R&D innovation has been declining and is… Continue reading CSIRO identifies the key mechanisms that businesses can adopt to drive innovation and build resilience
If you picture some of history’s most powerful businesses – General Motors, Microsoft, Walmart – a few traits come to mind. They had size and dominance and seemingly endless resources. They had a ‘top-down’ approach in dealings with both employees and customers, took a protectionist attitude to their IP and moved at their own pace. … Continue reading How to fix the nation’s Collaboration Problem
If you’re looking for ways to ease the start-up phase or grow your business through innovation, technology parks and business incubators are a good place to start. The start-up or early phase of a business can be tough. Sometimes new kids on the block are isolated from the expertise and resources provided by technology parks… Continue reading Business Start Up