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Thursday, 21 September 2017 15:18

Advancing Public Sector Data Analytics

  Advancing Public Sector Data AnalyticsUnlocking insights & innovation in a data-centric government   OverviewData is driving the future of government The public sector has moved beyond using data to illustrate what we know today we are leveraging analytics to…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
A 20-minute city sounds good, but becoming one is a huge challenge Carolyn Whitzman, Professor of Urban Planning, University of MelbourneOriginal article by The Conversation. Melbourne’s ambitions to be a ‘20-minute city’ aren’t likely to be achieved by its recently…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
Case Study: Barossa Council Back Up Power Generator Orignal article by CSS Pty Ltd, 2nd June 2017 Project Case Study: Barossa Council Backup Power Solution Date: September 2012 Solutions: Backup Power Diesel Generator, Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Location: Nuriootpa, South…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  The threat of terrorism is very real as we have seen with attacks occurring in major cities including Paris, London, Berlin and Barcelona. Crowded places such shopping centres, malls, concerts and sporting events will continue to be targets for…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
200,000 cigarette butts in Perspex (Credit: City of Melbourne) The Council of the City of Melbourne is making big inroads into a worldwide litter problem, cigarette butts. The council is running a citywide program to recycle cigarette butts into plastic…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
Local Government Twitter Day: Tuesday 1st August #YourRatesAtWork Local councils, stakeholders and communities are being encouraged to participate in Local Government Twitter Day to be held on the 1st of August this year. Using the hashtag #YourRatesAtWork, local councils have…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
Farming the suburbs – why can’t we grow food wherever we want? Jennifer Kent, University of Sydney Some local councils are more tolerant than others in allowing residents to grow food where they want. dscribe Food provides the foundations for…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  Is it a train? Is it a bus? Well, it’s kind of both. Developed by Chinese rail transit firm CRRC, the smart bus or Autonomous Rail Rapid Transit (ART) can be thought of as a train/tram that is able…
Published in Transport
Australia's digital strategy needs major readjustment Ron Johnston, University of Sydney When it comes to digital competitiveness, Australia needs to step up and get serious about education. University of Washington/Flickr, CC BY-NC Australia ranks 15 out of 63 nations when…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  Hate sitting in traffic? Prepare to hate it some more after results from a recent study show that sitting in traffic can actually lead to weight gain and widening waistlines. These results are particularly alarming when you consider that…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
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