Technology & Innovation

ADVANCED eye tracking technology applied to driver training by a Perth company is improving drivers’ hazard perception skills.

IN LIGHT of the proposal to introduce free wi-fi throughout Perth’s public transport network be aware that there are increased cyber security risks, warns ECU computer security expert Professor Andrew Woodward.

CENTRAL Tafe is home to WA’s first Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) six star-rated public GreenSkills building, a teaching facility in East Perth for students studying environmental monitoring and technology.

DIGITAL investigators are now able to extract information stored on a PlayStation 4 console thanks to a forensically sound method developed by local researchers.

As part of Big Data Week (April 20-26), ScienceNetwork WA invited the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre to share some of its insights on big data through a five-part series. Today, read about the Aurora bushfire detection system and how it helps keep us safe.

WHILE audiences in Perth attend Walking with Dinosaurs this weekend palaeontologists working near Broome will be documenting the extinct vertebrates’ extensive fossilised footsteps using laser scanning technology. 

SHAKE, rattle and roll has slashed costs and reduced waste volumes at the Wanneroo Groundwater Treatment Plant.

TAKING a tech approach to stop people pirating copyrighted material is misguided, digital experts contend.

EXACTLY 75 years after nylon was introduced at the World Fair in New York, a dress created from beer in a Perth backyard shed is set to premiere at the World EXPO 2015 in Milan.

THE lifespan of some West Australian roads has been reduced thanks to the moisture susceptibility of a road construction material, research suggests.