Under-surface radar (2002)
A portable system that can detect metal and non-metal objects hidden in walls and under the ground.
CSIRO Medals 2000 – Research achievement – Dr Terry Percival, Mr Graham Daniels and Professor David Skellern
CSIRO’s wireless invention lies at the heart of what is now the most popular way to connect computers without wires. The invention came out of CSIRO’s pioneering work in radioastronomy.
Match That Face (1999)
New software can take images from surveillance cameras and identify known offenders in a crowd.
CSIRO Medals 1996 – Research achievement – Dr Dave Abel and the Interactive Spatial Information Systems
Dave Abel and the Spatial Information Systems Team (CSIRO Information Technology). For their development of interactive Spatial Information Systems SIRO-DBMS: […]
WLAN – The Next Generation (1993)
As portable computers become more widespread as business tools there is an increasing need for wireless connectivity. This video shows […]
CSIRO Medals 1992 – Research achievement – Fast Fourier Transform Technology Team
John Ables, Colin Jacka, John O’Sullivan, Geoff Poulton, J.D. Bunton and the Fast Fourier Transform Technology Team (CSIRO Radiophysics). For […]