Perth tech startup Appbot, which counts 35 per cent of the world’s top charting app developers as customers, has turned to artificial intelligence to develop a new service that helps organisations manage large volumes of feedback.
Bentley-based communications company Swift Networks Group has announced a number of new contracts, including infrastructure works at Iluka Resources' Cataby project and a 12-month extension at AngloGold Ashanti's Tropicana facility in Kalgoorlie.
A bid to launch a battery focused cooperative research centre in Perth has so far received more than $26 million in commitments from supporters, and will build on existing research programs at institutions such as Murdoch University.
West Perth-based Amristar Solutions has secured a $4.5 million state government contract for ICT services, while ASX-listed Cirrus Networks has been awarded a $2.5 million contract to manage data services for Crown Resorts.
The Centre for Entrepreneurial Research and Innovation in Nedlands recorded two notable achievements last week, winning a state government grant and graduating its second cohort of budding entrepreneurs.
A public independent school in Armadale has become the first school in the state to trial a program that partners industry with education to encourage greater adoption of science, technology, engineering and maths subjects (Stem).
A federally operated life sciences hub aimed at commercialising local research opened in Nedlands yesterday, backed by the University of Western Australia, the state government, and Commonwealth entity MTPConnect.
ASX-listed Imdex, software company Manufacturing Intelligence and Emapper are among five local companies in the mining technology sector that will share in $7.1 million of federal government funding announced today in Perth.