The Role of Innovation in Times of Disruption
Open innovation was coined by Henry Chesbrough in his book “Open Innovation: The new imperative for creating and profiting from technology,” in which he discusses three forms of innovation: user innovation, cumulative and distributed.
Data Cubes unlocking Earth observation potential
Petabytes of decades-long Earth observation data are now available globally, and efficiently extracting usable information for decision making can be a challenge. Data cubes address this challenge by linking the highest quality image datasets to powerful computational and analytics systems.
Leaders in Innovation Series: Robotics and Autonomous Systems
With the world on lockdown, the team at CSIRO US are using this opportunity to catch up with some of our favorite CSIRO scientists all around the world.
How CSIRO Drives Cross-Border Open Innovation
Meet Nicole M. Forrester, the Director of Intergovernmental & Philanthropic Partnerships for CSIRO. An Australian diplomat, industry adviser, international non-profit CEO, and Indigenous community advocate, Nicole's passion is to help Australia, the U.S., and the Asia-Pacific countries work together with public policy programs and initiatives.
The Changing Face of Innovation
Silicon Valley has long been the wellspring of innovation. While its culture and investment models have been embraced around the world, the “Valley” has held on to its reputation for creating industry ‘firsts’. Corporations and countries, including Australia, tap into this wellspring by establishing Innovation Hubs and Research Centers in Silicon Valley.
How ‘Smart Cities’ Are Building Healthy Neighborhoods
Air quality, traffic congestion, and safety are just a few of the factors that determine our quality of life. AoT is an example of how IoT can provide data to help to guide policies and investments to transform ‘smart cities’ into ‘healthy neighborhoods.’
Game-Changing Innovation Tackles the CyberSecurity Conundrum
Once worthy of headlines, cybersecurity breaches have become so routine that only the most egregious are reported by the media.
How to grow healthier crops by marrying robotics with phenomics
Agriculture is in its fourth wave of innovation and disrupting what farming, agriculture ecosystems, and supply chains look like. Where will digital agriculture see the most initial adoption?