We trained over 2000 professionals in data science at seminars, workshops, and conferences
We created a community of 71 PhD students from eight universities.
We filed five patent applications for our R&D innovations and developed 22 innovation disclosures.
We published over 400 formal publications and technical reports to disseminate our thought leadership.
The Apostle program applied machine learning and artificial intelligence to extract useful insights from vast data sources. The outputs from this program are being commercialised by D2D CRC spinout company, Fivecast and are helping to create a safer and more secure Australia.
The Beat the News research program developed technology to automatically and accurately measure the occurrence of future population-level events such as social disruption and disease outbreaks. Outputs from this program are being commercialised by D2D CRC spinout company, Fivecast.
The Integrated Law Enforcement program developed investigative tools and management solutions for law enforcement and public safety organisations. These technologies are now being commercialised by D2D CRC spinout company, NQRY.
This program investigated the policy and legal frameworks to support the implementation of the D2D CRC research and development outputs. It investigated and developed frameworks to balance societal and individual interests and support the use of big data analytics in national security.
The Innovation Exchange helped industry, other research institutes, government agencies and industry associations understand how they can use their big data to improve their business.
We developed an Australian-first Data Science Competency Framework to help support the development of a sustainable Australian data science workforce. We also created a web-based application for users to self-assess against the framework and provide recommendations for personal development and career planning.