CORE welcomed over 80 year 10 girls from schools around Perth to Inspiring Women in Business held by Engaging Education. The students learnt that ultimately each individual takes on the responsibility for their own happiness and success, that resilience is key. Its essential to stay true to yourself to achieve your goals, whatever they may be right now.
The Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG), celebrated the conclusion of our 2017 Mentor Program in WA with a dinner at CORE. At the end of our third year of running the program, we reflect on the growth of the participants this year, and on the maturing of the program as a whole.
The Subsea Supplier's Forum was held at CORE on 18 October. Run by CORE Partners Subsea Energy Australia, the Forum is a low cost opportunity for Australian subsea companies to present their goods and services to larger local companies and operators.
Unearthed's hackathons present a unique platform to connect innovators with miners searching for solutions to operational and technical challenges. These hackathons are held across the globe and are one of the programs driving Unearthed's vision that 50 companies will emerge from their programs by the end of 2020.
The Perth Machine Learning Group is striving to become a forum where confidence, knowledge and skills in Machine Learning can be developed and fostered through a commitment to teaching and community.
CORE at one year reflects the growing potential of our resources technology community to help transform the future of the resources and energy sector; by harnessing the strength of our networks, increasing access to digital capability and building openness to engaging with new business models and innovators outside of the established organisation.
The CRC for Spatial Information (CRCSI) is undertaking research to better understand user needs for UAV data. This research will inform the development ofan automated software tool which will help users set specifications for an acquisition and check the quality of the supplied UAV products to ensure the products meet user requirements.
To do this the CRSI are seeking assistance from METS companies who supply or use UAV/Drone based photogrammetry products to participate in a short survey.
CORE industry partner Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA)'s White Paper 'Future State: How ICT & Digital Can Improve WA's Economy' was launched by the WA Minister for Innovation & ICT the Hon Dave Kelly this week.
CORE is growing its network of global resources and energy hubs focused on addressing challenges through disruptive digital technologies. We are excited to announce our most recent agreement with Station Houston, signed on 1 August 2017.
There was a full house in the FLUX Basement to see Pieter van Schalkwyk, Founder and CEO of startup XMPro, at a special Meet the Innovator event.
Optimisation expert Dr Ryan Loxton was our guest Meet the Innovator for July. Niche Interview were there to record the event so you can watch the full discussion HERE.
Dr Bella Butler specialises in business strategy. In this article she explains why all business need a strategy to succeed. Bella is available to assist you in developing a business strategy through our Experts@CORE program.
National Science Week is Australia’s annual celebration of science and technology. It’s a perfect time to promote and encourage interest in the areas of science (including engineering, technology and innovation) and communicate its relevance in everyday life. Find out how you can get involved.
Startup life can be tough. You've got a solid idea with a clear competitive advantage, there's a market for your product...but it can be a long road from launch to having a good client base. CORE start up member Imago share their recent success.
Engineers Australia’s College of Leadership and Management has identified Education, Risk and Project Management, Leadership and Management, Sustainability and Invention and Innovation as areas in which new and creative responses are needed to both entrenched and emergent problems and opportunities. They explored these issues at a recent Innovation Cafe at CORE.
Women in Energy hosted an excellent breakfast panel on influencing policy change. It was an interesting discussion with panelists sharing their tips for how best to achieve results and considering whether influencing was an art or a feat.