Young, female and paving the way for technology in South Australia

We recently joined forces with St. Peter’s Girls’ Collegiate School, facilitating an 8-week data and analytics project for Year 11 students.  This exercise provided the girls with real-world skills development but most importantly, opened their eyes to what a career in IT can look like, dispelling some of the misconceptions in the process. View the…

Gov Hack 2018 – Our Winning Emergency Response Exposed

This year we got a team together and entered the 2018 Gov Hack competition.  Over the course of 46 hours, we built a solution that brings together fragmented datasets, some of which are listed below, in an Emergency Response solution, adhering to the spirit of Gov Hack by showing the power of Open Data. The…

Artificial Intelligence in Aged Care – June’s story

Meet June; long time Adelaidean, keen gardener and grandmother of twelve!  At 86 years ‘young’, June moved from her own home into a local aged care facility following a series of falls that saw her hospitalised over the summer.  June was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease 18 months ago and following an increasing number of falls,…

Tableau Prep – we test drive this new user-centred data preparation tool

Data preparation is undoubtedly one of the most competency-reliant and time-consuming parts of report generation. For this reason, it is fast becoming the new focal area for further development and we are seeing a large uptick in the number of options being made available to help alleviate these issues. One recent entrant to this space…

Blockchain in bits – A technical insight

In our previous two articles, we articulated several real-life use cases for Blockchain implementations, and we have also elaborated conceptually how Blockchain differs from current/previous data storage architecture as well as other conceptual benefits of Blockchain as a platform. In this article, we touch upon the technical components of Blockchain networks and Smart Contracts, and…