D2D CRC Quarterly eNewsletter
Data to Decisions CRC is making great progress on its Emergency Waiting Times Application with the tool nearing a beta version release.
Data to Decisions CRC is excited to announce the launch of a revolutionary mental health care application which offers real-time digital updates on patient status to clinicians.
Cardiologist from the Central Adelaide Local Health Network and The Data to Decisions CRC have collaborated to deliver a ground-breaking study using over 100 million healthcare records from more than 1,000 hospitals, the first of its kind in Australia.
Following a year of “visible achievement” where we demonstrated our capabilities, the D2D CRC has quickly moved to trialling them with government agencies, resulting in close engagement with front line analysts.
Data to Decisions CRC is featured in the latest Accelerating Precision Agriculture to Decision Agriculture Project Media Release.
Data to Decisions CRC (D2D CRC) is excited to announce the launch of its first spin off company, Fivecast™. The technology powering Fivecast™ has evolved from the D2D CRC’s Beat the News project which commenced in 2015.
The Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) has joined the Data to Decisions Cooperative Research Centre as a participant. DIBP will be actively involved in all of the CRC’s research and development programmes.
Data to Decisions CRC is excited to announce the creation of the Data Science Competency Framework (DSCF), as part of its objective to build a sustainable big data workforce. This is an Australian first competency framework for data scientists.
Data to Decisions CRC are excited to announce the appointment of a new director, Mr Andrew Stead. Andrew has worked extensively with start-up founders and early stage investors, through private and public incubators, accelerators and venture funds.
The Data to Decisions Cooperative Research Centre (D2D CRC) would like to announce that Professor Hugh Durrant-Whyte will be stepping down as a Board director to take up the position of Chief Scientific Advisor for the UK Ministry of Defence.
D2D CRC has recently completed a project for several Government agencies. The project, Immersive Intelligence Pod, has created two new visualisations that can understand the relationship between moving entities.
Recognising the growing need for skilled Data Scientists in the national security sector, the Data to Decisions CRC has launched the Big Data Future Workforce Program.
The 2016 Annual Conference saw over 150 attendees gather at the Hotel Realm in Canberra on November 15th. D2D CRC’s CEO Sanjay Mazumdar opened the conference which followed by presentations on topics including Big Data Management, Architecture (...)
A comprehensive document outlining the D2D CRC's activities throughout the preceding year.
Data to Decisions CRC (D2D CRC) has recently established a Health Analytics program transferring knowledge and expertise developed in Big Data R&D for national security to the health industry.
The Law and Policy Program team of the D2D CRC has recently completed their first research project Big Data Technology and National Security: Comparative International Perspectives on Strategy, Policy and Law in Australia, the United Kingdom and Canada.
The first round of the Big Data Connect Program has been a great success for South Australian manufacturers. The initiative from the Department of State Development enabled South Australian manufacturers Seeley International, Mayfield Industries and SEAPA
Data to Decisions CRC (D2D CRC) has recently partnered with 14 rural research and development corporations (RDCs) for a unique project aimed at exploiting big data opportunities for the Australian Agriculture industry. The project, Accelerating precision
Data to Decisions (D2D) CRC are pleased to announce The Australian National University (ANU) has joined the D2D CRC as an Other Participant. ANU is a world-leading university located in Australia’s capital city, Canberra.