The Coalition has done enough
James Riley
June 30, 2016
This eight week campaign has seen the technology and innovation policy debated more often and in more detail than any previous Federal election. This of course is a good thing. There is a...
Forging better MedTech links
MARGARET LIM
June 30, 2016
Australians have a good track record for great ideas, exceptional research and new inventions. They just need to lift their collective game in in turning these research-based ideas and ventu...
Election enters its final, brutal stage
James Riley
June 29, 2016
It is a campaign that started with air swings and false indignations at every turn. But as we enter this final and ultimately brutal stage of Election 2016, the telling signs are becoming mo...

InnovationAus.com provides news and commentary on public policy issues related to the ICT sector in Australia.

The local market has a well-earned reputation for producing sophisticated users of technology, but  has had only mixed success of developing and commercialising products for world market.

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James Riley
June 30, 2016
This eight week campaign has seen the technology and innovation policy debated more often and in more detail than any previous Federal election. This of course is a good thing. There is a...

Growth Centres

MARGARET LIM
June 30, 2016
Australians have a good track record for great ideas, exceptional research and new inventions. They just need to lift their collective game in in turning these research-based ideas and ventu...

Election 2016

James Riley
June 29, 2016
It is a campaign that started with air swings and false indignations at every turn. But as we enter this final and ultimately brutal stage of Election 2016, the telling signs are becoming mo...

Trade

Michael Sainsbury
June 28, 2016
While the UK’s decision to vote against its own economic self-interest to exit the European Union has buffeted Australian markets, recent decisions in the trade and technology sphere leave A...

Election 2016

Beverley Head
June 27, 2016
While the major parties played fast and loose with Medicare in the final days of the election campaign, neither has properly grasped the digital health nettle. Right now just one in six A...

Digital

James Riley
June 27, 2016
The Digital Transformation Office’s has completed an early beta of its much anticipated – and controversial – Performance Dashboard product, which is expected to be launched within a couple ...

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The local market has a well-earned reputation for producing sophisticated users of technology, but  has had only mixed success of developing and commercialising products for world market.

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Foreign Policy

MARGARET LIM
June 23, 2016
With the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement coming into effect last December, it looks like ties between China and Australia are stronger than ever in light of the latest Lowy Institute Po...

Election 2016

James Riley
June 23, 2016
There is a closed circle of thinking in the tech community that gets exasperated at every single thing that government does. If only the government would get out of the way, this clichéd thi...

StartupLand

PETE COOPER
June 23, 2016
It’s time to open the gate, and let our innovative tech startups be free to grab this huge global opportunity. There has been lots of good news and optimism in the last six months, and som...

MiningTech

Michael Sainsbury
June 23, 2016
As the Australian economy faces the prospect of recession in the coming parliamentary term, pummeled by the flow-on effects of the commodities bust and the faltering Chinese economy, perhaps...

Transport

Beverley Head
June 23, 2016
Federal and State reforms to allow autonomous vehicles could double the number of vehicles handled by Australia's roads and slash accident rates. "Whether ready or not, the technology is ...

Research

STUART KENNEDY
June 23, 2016
Gernot Heiser, one of the main brains behind the extremely hard to hack seL4 microkernel, is set to leave Australia for Germany to work in a cyber security startup. SeL4 was developed at ...

Events

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