The 2021 World Fisheries Congress to be held in South Australia will bring together the brightest minds in commercial fishing, with a focus on conservation and sustainability.
The 8th World Fisheries Congress, scheduled for September this year, will be held in Adelaide, South Australia.
Bringing together scientists, managers, fishers and aquaculture operators from across the globe, the congress promotes international cooperation in fisheries science, conservation and sustainability.
The event will host esteemed speakers from around the world, and feature presentations, workshops, networking events and industry exhibitions.
CEO of the Adelaide Convention Bureau Damien Kitto said the event is significant for…
Canadian building management company BGIS will expand its Australian operations centre in Adelaide to monitor clients across the Asia Pacific.
The global company plans to utilise the latest Internet of Things technologies in Adelaide, South Australia to remotely control buildings in other states and countries through internet-connected devices and sensors.
This includes the monitoring and activation of lights, sensors, security alarms, fridges and air-conditioning units.
Headquartered in Toronto, BGIS has more than 8000 employees across the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and in Asia and manages 30,000 client locations across the globe including corporate offices, retail sites…
Visual effects studio Rising Sun Pictures has been bought by Hollywood studio FuseFX, a move which the Rising Sun says will help it grow.
Under the deal announced overnight, Rising Sun Pictures (RSP) will maintain its brand and continue to be based in Adelaide, South Australia under the guidance of co-founder Tony Clark.
FuseFX is a full-service visual effects company with studios in Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, Vancouver, Montréal, Toronto and Bogotá.
It says there will be no operational changes to the RSP business and the team will look to grow after a recent expansion of the Adelaide headquarters…
A critically endangered marsupial will be reintroduced to mainland South Australia more than a century after they disappeared from the area.
As part of the Marna Banggara restoration project, 100 woylies will be translocated from the Upper Warren region of Western Australia to the lower end of the Yorke Peninsula in South Australia.
Head of Healthy Land and Seascapes at WWF Australia Darren Grover said the reintroduction will be made possible through feral predator control in the region.
“We need to make the area as safe as possible,” he said.
“Part of the [Marna Banggara] program has been the construction…
South Australian aerial mapping company Aeormetrix has used its MetroMap aerial imagery service to assist in recovery efforts from the New South Wales floods.
MetroMap is an online aerial imagery subscription service with highly accurate geospatial data viewed through a web browser interface, to which Aerometrex has added 3D models.
Aerometrex utilised new technical developments to its MetroMap platform to provide immediate support to the NSW Flood Emergency Services response to the once-in-100-year floods.
AeroMeterx Chief Operating Officer David Byrne said AeroMeterx did a one-off capture of the NSW country towns of Kempsey and Port Macquarie to access the flood…
The Australian Institute for Machine Learning is providing startup hiring company Pickstar the tools it needs to drive its business with data, proving a valuable link between university research and commercial application.
The Australian Institute of Machine Learning (AIML) focuses on the creation and application of machine learning, a branch of AI related to applications that autonomously learn from data.
Founded in 2018 and funded by the South Australian government and the University of Adelaide, the AIML has been involved in many projects in the fields of medicine and health, environmental sustainability, mining and resources and agriculture and food.
Nine companies have been selected for a place in the Venture Catalyst Space program to help them grow into space industry leaders.
The Venture Catalyst Space program is part of the University of South Australia’s Innovation and Collaboration Centre (ICC), the first of its kind in Australia and a leader in space innovation and business acceleration.
ICC Associate Director Jasmine Vreugdenburg said the program continues to attract space startups from around the world wanting to be part of the home of space in Australia.
“By bringing new technologies and high-growth startups through our program, we are contributing to the growing…
“Accountants on Purpose” is breaking the social stigma surrounding accounting by bringing to life the stories of leaders within the industry.
Sarah Bartholomeusz, the author of Amazon number one bestseller “How to Avoid a Fall from Grace: Legal Lessons for Directors” has hosted the podcast since 2019.
Now in its fourth season, Bartholomeusz interviews accountants who are leaders in their respective fields, with the current season focussing on female partners.
In this week’s episode, released today, Bartholomeusz speaks with Sarah McEachern, the first female Partner of Nexia Edwards Marshall.
An alumnus of the University of Adelaide and now based in…
The new foundation is offering $150,000 in scholarships across all tiers of education to support public space education and outreach in Australia.
The Andy Thomas Space Foundation’s Education Fund is offering five scholarship and award programs for 2021 at secondary, tertiary and post-graduate levels.
There are 21 scholarships and awards on offer, funded through sponsorship from business, educational and government sources.
Andy Thomas Space Foundation Chairman Michael Davis AO said the scholarships helped fulfill the vision and objectives of the foundation, which was established in July 2020.
“One of the fundamental reasons for establishing the Andy Thomas Space Foundation was…
Space data company Myriota has this week taken a leap into the US and Canadian markets with its plan to connect remote sensors across the globe with the Internet of Things.
Based in Adelaide, South Australia, Myriota deployed the first of three new nanosatellites — which are smaller than a loaf of bread and weigh less than seven kilograms — as part of a Rocket Lab launch from Complex 1 at Mahia on New Zealand’s North Island on Tuesday.
Coincidentally, SA-based Fleet Space Technologies fifth nanosatellite — Centauri 3 — was also on board the Rocket Lab Electron launch vehicle.
Stories of interest from across the Asia Pacific.