Assistive computer technology

Strategy

18 Jun 2018

Building on Australia’s strengths in robot talent and technologies in niche application areas, this roadmap acts as a guide to how Australia can support a vibrant robotics industry that supports automation across all sectors of the Australian economy.

Journal article

15 May 2018

Socially Assistive Robots (SARs) offer great promise for improving outcomes in paediatric rehabilitation. However, the design of software and interactive capabilities for SARs must be carefully considered in the context of their intended clinical use. While previous work has explored specific roles and functionalities to...

Conference paper

30 Apr 2018

Technology is being extensively used among children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in affluent countries. However, there is a paucity of studies exploring the use of technology for children with ASD in developing countries like Sri Lanka.

Report

13 Dec 2017

Self-driving cars are the next technological revolution we will face in the future. These vehicles will not only need to ‘see’ the world, but will also need to communicate and work together.

Commentary

24 Aug 2016

By 2034/35, almost 20% of Australians (6.2 million) are projected to be aged 65 or over. One sector already feeling the impact of the ageing population is construction. In Queensland, the number of construction workers aged 55 and over increased from 8% of full-time workers...

Blog post

21 Jan 2016

A look at cutting edge technologies that could radically improve the daily lives of people living with disabilities.

Technology has long been making advances to help improve the lives of those living with disabilities - from the electric wheelchair to cochlear implants. But the...

Report

23 May 2012

Addressing the challenges faced by an ageing population, this report discusses how smart technologies can support older people to remain in their homes.

Australia has an ageing population. In 1901 the average life expectancy in Australia was 47 years. By 2025 it will be...

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