The $1.5 million Renault ZOE2 automated vehicle has been launched in a suburban environment in Queensland to help future research.
Researchers at Queensland’s University of Technology are taking artificial intelligence technology on the road to prepare Australia for an autonomous future.
In the coming decade, the new robot economy could transform Queensland industry, productivity and quality of life in ways not before imagined, a new report indicates.
An international agreement has been signed between the Queensland Government and French collaborative research centre VEDECOM to provide the state’s first automated vehicle in 2019.
Queensland University of Technology researchers have discovered and developed a material that could create cheap, stable, highly efficient and cost effective solar panels.