Agronomic analytics company, FluroSat, announced its successful closing of a new $4.6 million funding round backed by M12, Microsoft’s venture fund, Costanoa Ventures, Space Capital, Artesian/GRDC GrainInnovate Fund, Artesian Clean Energy Seed Fund, along with existing investors including CSIRO’s Main Sequence Ventures, AirTree Ventures and Telstra’s muru-D. The new funding,

Telstra has added 10 new startups to its Muru-D accelerator program. Part of the “SYD6” cohort, the startups include businesses using digital technology to improve farm connectivity, prevent work stress and optimise workforces. Chosen from a field of nearly 200, each of the selected startups will receive $75,000 in seed

Australia’s biggest companies are struggling with the sheer pace of change as old certainties are challenged by twin threats. On the one hand they need to keep a watchful eye on the new generation of technically savvy entrepreneurs, and on the other, there is the growing menace of global technology

Muru-D the Telstra-backed startup accelerator has announced its newest group of budding entrepreneurs which will make up its SYD5 incubator program. Airborne human mobility, autonomous tree planting robots and VR-assisted stroke rehabilitation are some of the technologies being developed by the 10 startups selected. The accelerator program focuses on teams which

Telstra-backed accelerator, Muru-D, admitted its fourth batch of aspiring entrepreneurs last week, backing a more mature cohort of start-ups and adopting a new funding model. The eight successful start-ups have been offered up to $60,000 (during and post-program) in seed capital investment and will benefit from a highly developed network