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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 National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF) has recently launched its latest and final version of the CoastAdapt online tool. CoastAdapt was developed to allow councils and other organisations better understand and manage the risks that come with…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
The Australian Security Industry Awards for Excellence have been an initiative of the Australian Security Industry Association Limited (ASIAL) for 22 years. In 2015, ASIAL partnered with the World Excellence Awards to bring the global Outstanding Security Performance Awards (OSPAs) program…
Published in Security
  Last Friday the world was hit by the aggressive ransomware worm known as WannaCry in what could be the biggest and most widespread extortion scam do date on the internet. As of Monday the 15th of May, an estimated…
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  The Federal Government recently announced a new research plan to investigate mobile phone distraction whilst driving and also the use of drugs whilst driving. The aim of the research is to gain a better understanding on the impact mobile…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
With the aim of improving road safety, the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) is set to roll out new high-tech cameras across five major freight networks in Victoria. The automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) cameras will be funded under the…
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  Strong crowds have attended Anzac Day services across Australia and New Zealand despite heavy rain in some cities and the ongoing threat of terrorism. Though there was no specific threat of terrorism reported for Anzac Day, authorities across the…
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Ground level pedestrian lights in Bodegraven   As long as smartphones and social media have been around, so have those who cannot take their eyes off their screen whilst walking, talking and driving. Experts have compared the use of phones…
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  Flying cars may be one step closer after the news that Dubai will be launching the world’s first hover-taxis as early as July this year. A hover-taxi was on display during the World Government Summit in Dubai earlier this…
Published in Transport
  The New York City subway system has a rubbish problem. 80,000 pounds (around 36 tonnes) of rubbish is left in subway stations and tracks every day. Apart from the obviously displeasing sight and odour that can come with left…
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