The WISE Program helps members and SME partners evaluate new cost-effective sensor technologies, which helps them to more efficiently analyse appropriate solutions to deliver innovative efficiencies across their supply chains.
This project will enable WISE to support up to 8 use-case pilot projects with a range of industry and SME participants to identify, test and develop their new cost-effective technologies in a collaborative and controlled environment. The technology — including sensors, network connectivity, scalable data fabrics, visualisation and analytic tools — can then be translated and deployed back into the business at a lower cost and with quantifiable outcomes assured.
The WISE program will support the development of appropriate test protocols, access or develop supporting technologies and interfaces, develop deployment models and deliver training for implementation, while also offering opportunity for SMEs to participate in industry driven projects.
The collaborative and knowledge sharing approach of WISE is encouraging the involvement of SMEs in the provision of goods and services. It is also creating stronger networks and linkages across all stakeholders and maximising industry and government investment into R&D by avoiding duplication.
Additionally, industry participants can utilise and test their wireless sensor model prior to procurement and implementation, enabling them to select and deploy appropriate, proven wireless sensor technology with confidence that the desired outcomes will be delivered.
Start: January 2019
End: April 2020
Total Project Cost: $556,000
*Funding excludes GST