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Sydney company Baraja has fulfilled its founders’ dreams by inking a deal to industrialise an idea first developed over a quiet beer in 2015.  Baraja will team with Swedish automotive technology specialist Veoneer to bring their breakthrough Spectrum-Scan™ LiDAR technology to autonomous vehicles.  LiDAR is short for Light Detection and Ranging. The

SUDA Pharmaceuticals (ASX: SUD) has announced that they have received global rights for a standalone cell therapy platform used to treat cancers. SUDA has a formal agreement in place with London-based cancer research centre Imperial College for a cutting-edge oncology drug platform with IP protection until 2038. According to Dr

Aussie miner leads the way Vital Metals (ASX: VML) will become Canada’s first and North America’s second rare earth producer. Their Nechalacho project will use an innovative high-tech sensor-based technology on-site to sort rare earth element oxides before shipping for further processing. VML’s sorting technology will significantly reduce the amount

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Traditionally, determining the ROI of investments in technology has been seen as difficult to measure. Historically, there has been a cultural problem in Australia where executives have put too much emphasis on cost savings rather than the potential revenue or financial benefits of investing in tech. According to Ben Allard,

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The Hays Salary Guide released last week shows a misalignment between employee expectation and employer intention when it comes to wages. According to the report, based on a survey of approximately 3500 organisations, 65 per cent of technology employers are set to increase salaries in the next review. However, only

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The pace of change in IT is unlike any other discipline. Even dog years are long by comparison. It’s an environment that makes us so primed for what comes next that we often don’t pause to ask why. This is very much the case with cloud computing, where cloud is

Demand is higher than ever in the technology industry for attracting skilled talent.  According to findings from recruiter Robert Half’s 2021 Salary Guide, 69 per cent of Australian CIOs are willing to increase their initial salary offer for the right talent, and 73 per cent will extend salary increases to

Loadsmile, an Australian-based technology start up is aiming to make the freight industry more sustainable by reducing waste and the amount of unused space in trucks.  Geoffroy Henry, CEO and co-founder of the company said 30 per cent of trucks in Australia are on the roads with empty loads and,

Which-50 and LogMeIn recently surveyed call centre managers and C-Suite executives with responsibility for the customer, asking them to nominate the technologies they believe will be most transformative. AI & machine learning was nominated by more than three quarters of respondents, making it the top pick. We asked Ryan Lester,

Newcastle-based company Pegasus has secured AU$28 million from the Silicon Valley technology investment firm Accel-KKR to grow the business globally. Established in 1998, Pegasus’ software manages the safety of three million workers across 80,000 companies, primarily based in Australia. The funding will be directed towards product development, recruiting more employees