The ‘Building a Business with Code’ Workshop was held in Yeppoon on 23 June 2016.
The ‘Building a Business with Code’ Workshop was held in Mackay on 17 May 2016.
The ‘Building a Business with Code’ Workshop was held in Noosa on 16 May 2016, with a number of attendees including local stakeholders and presenters.
With more than one million Australian primary school children unable to access computers, Startup Daily reports that there is a fear that they may miss out on social and economic opportunities later in life.
A new digital skill considered critical for future generations is now being trialled at 28 Australian primary schools.
The “Net Promoter Score” (NPS) is the digital customer loyalty rating measurement
The Advance Queensland Community Digital Champions program was launched on 3 November by the Hon Leeanne Enoch MP, Minister for Science and Innovation.
In an Australian first, new technology fitted to a fleet of Queensland's ambulance and fire trucks will give them the power to turn a red light to green.
Disruptive innovation presents hidden opportunities for leaders and organisations to deliver new value for customers and stakeholders on 9 November.
New ground-breaking technology developed in Queensland could soon revolutionise the electricity industry – leading to a cheaper, more reliable source of energy in drought-affected areas.
The Queensland Police Service (QPS) recently launched a trial of electronic traffic infringement notices through its ground-breaking QNotices iOS app.
The 2015 ISPIM Innovation Summit: Changing the Innovation Landscape takes place in Brisbane, from 6-9 December 2015.
Driverless cars were a remote dream five years ago. Now, thanks to the combination of big data and portable digital technology, they are just a few years away from being a common sight on the road.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced that applications are open for the first program released through the new $180 million Advance Queensland initiative, which will position Queensland as a leader in the knowledge economy and create jobs now and for the future.
Brisbane-based financial technology company TSWG has launched a ground-breaking solution with their unique password management app.
Dr Marek Kowalkiewicz, SAP Senior Director of Products and Innovation has accepted role of PwC Chair in Digital Economy.
Are the robot takeovers we see in sci-fi movies about to become a reality? Recent feature articles from two of Queensland’s top universities indicate it may be closer to reality than you think.
If you are a buyer or seller of anything, you must take 15 minutes to sit through this rapid fire, highly insightful and entertaining talk from Scott Galloway at the Digital Life Design Conference.
The event will feature spatial technology and its benefits to business, education and disaster response management. Spatial technology is the use of data and mapping to create digital products that can be used in areas including business, education and disaster response management. Spatial technology is worth in excess of $250 billion worldwide and rising.
Queensland is leading the way in creating jobs through a thriving digital economy with the appointment of a Chair in Digital Economy to drive innovation by forging links between business, academia and government.
It sounds like something out of science fiction but we’re on our way - AND – it’s putting Queensland on the global stage!
Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland, Google’s Executive Chairman, Eric Schmidt, predicted that the internet will effectively ‘disappear’.
In a recent article from the Financial Post the “Internet of Things” (IoT) is described as automating an entire activity using sensors, computers and devices that talk to each other.
Travelling around Brisbane on public transport, land zoning, irrigating crops, spotting wildlife, testing soils and educating kids on safe road use just got a lot easier.