Over a decade ago, the Aussie farming industry was on a state of slump due to the ageing farmer population. Forward a couple of years, there has been a renewed interest in the sustainability of the farm sector thanks to the technology aided agriculture that utilises data and ICT on improving overall crop production. Younger Australians, living in rural and regional Australia are seeking new ways to cultivate the industry into greater sustainability through academic practice of technology.
A manufacturing hub that utilises a cutting edge production is rising in the northern suburbs of Adelaide. Such an investment is transformative to the economic progress of the state.
Great news for the residents of #Loxton and #Waikerie as fast nbn™ Fibre to the Node internet will be available in the area starting 20th January 2017.
The state of Aussie innovation is well recognised in the past, but where do we go from here?
According to a published research, the figures for online grocery shopping has been increasing over the years, but the figures are still low for online grocery shopping to be a massive success.
Paul Shelter, former chief of Digital Transformation Office, reflects on the status of Australia's continued progress with digitalisation.
According to a published report, jobs on the rise for the next few years will be based on many IT related fields.
According to a survey published by iSelect, a number of households are eligible to be connected to the nbn™ but are yet to be aware of their eligibility or don't know the first steps to take in getting connected.
In sustaining and to further the growth of telecommunications technology in rural and regional Australia, ACCAN has formed a significant partnership with organisations.