NICTA


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NICTANational Information and Communications Technology Australia (est. 2002)
NICTANational Insurance Crime Training Academy (Des Plaines, IL)
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A wearable fitness tracker from Oaxis, a home mobile diagnostic kit from BioSenze and a remote child speech pathology solution from NICTA also made a splash, generating several business enquiries for the companies.
US multi-environment data protection and disaster recovery company Unitrends Inc said it had bought Australian sector player Yuruware from Australia's information and communications technology (ICT) research centre of excellence NICTA.
30 May 2014 - US multi-environment data protection and disaster recovery company Unitrends Inc said it had bought Australian sector player Yuruware from Australia's information and communications technology (ICT) research centre of excellence NICTA.
Saluda falls into the small percentage of companies that started as spinoffs, in this case from NICTA in February 2013.
Saluda falls into the small percentage of companies that started as spin-offs, in this case from NICTA in February 2013.
Boulis, Castalia, A Simulator for Wireless Sensor Networks and Body Area Networks, NICTA, Eveleigh, Australia, 2013.
The authors also thank NICTA, which is funded by the Australian Government as represented by the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy and the Australian Research Council through the ICT Centre of Excellence Program.
[18] NICTA, "Castalia wireless sensor network simulator," 2013, http://castalia.research.nicta.com.au/index.php/en/.
Australia will be represented by more than 30 senior personnel and researchers from Australia's universities including Melbourne University, University of New South Wales, University of Sydney, Deakin University, Monash University, University of Wollongong, Flinders University and key Australian research bodies including National ICT Australia (NICTA), the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), the Cancer Therapeutic Co-operative Research Centre, and Neurosciences Victoria.
(75) Under the terms of a Project and Financing Agreements, the project will be implemented by the National Information and Communications Technology Authority of Papua, New Guinea (NICTA) the Department of Communications and Information.
Bionic Vision Australia is a national consortium of researchers from the Bionics Institute, Centre for Eye Research Australia, NICTA, the University of Melbourne and the University of New South Wales.
The study was led by Dr Joanne Devlin, Professor Glenn Browning and Dr Sang-Won Lee and colleagues at the Asia-Pacific Centre for Animal Health at the University of Melbourne and NICTA's Victoria Research Laboratory and is published July 13, 2012] in the journal Science.