In partnership with national leadership, industry & academia, Cisco is fast tracking Australia’s digital agenda through innovation. This enables the country to grow its GDP, create new jobs and provide education across public & private sectors.
Digital transformation and smart infrastructure is important to ensure Australia is future ready in a digital world. Cisco is at the heart of Australia’s digitisation with a strategic Country Impact Plan that aims to deliver 3 key pillars: Innovation Economy, Human Capital and Healthy Communities.
Transforming Australia into a digitally enabled smart city and helping everyone become a digital citizen, Cisco announced it’s plan to invest $61 million over 3 years to work with government, industry and community organisations to develop and fund pivotal projects.
Programs across K-12 and higher education, healthcare, infrastructure and other select government department and agencies.
Collaboration with Australian companies from industries such as mining and agriculture, developing digital capabilities that have the potential to positively impact and contribute to Australia’s Gross Domestic Product.
Investing in start-ups, entrepreneurs and venture funds to drive continuous creation of new small and medium-sized businesses as well as ensuring that Australian SMBs get access to digital technologies and services.
Development that supports a secure transition to the digital services enabled by the National Broadband Network (nbn), 5G, Internet of Things, and Artificial Intelligence.
Technology is evolving at rapid speed but how will itimpact the future of Australian jobs in every sector?
Visiting Professor, Curtin University, WA
Professor, University of Bristol, UK
Leading the establishment of the Cisco Curtin Centre for Networks, co-located with Innovation Central Perth.
Research topics will include:
AI and IoT
La Trobe University, VIC
Professor of AI and IoT and Director of the Cisco-La Trobe Centre for AI and IoT, based at La Trobe's Bundoora's campus. Wei is engaged with Innovation Central Melbourne and focuses on the development of R&D Strengths around:
Flinders University, SA
Professor in Digital Health Systems at Flinders University in South Australia. Co-Director of the Flinders Digital Health Research Centre and Director of the Cisco-Flinders Digital Health Design Lab.
Engaged with developing the Innovation Central Adelaide.
Cisco’s digital transformation strategy for Australia starts not just by building a solid infrastructure to support the government’s digital agenda, but also committed investments to developing a digital government, digital industries and digital businesses through initiatives focused on 6 key priorities:
Empowering individuals with future skills through our Networking Academy
Enabling digitally intuitive campuses that foster innovation for students
Simplifying clinical workflows, enabling telehealth and collaboration with Webex
Improving safety, mobility and operational efficiency with technology solutions
Lifting the digital capability of small and medium businesses across Australia
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AIMES is a world-first living laboratory based on the streets of Melbourne, established to test highly integrated transport technology. Current trials leverage on infrastructure for autonomous vehicles and edge computing, with a goal to improve road safety.
Cisco is announcing simplified reference designs for Secure SD-WAN enabled by business nbn™ building on the Cisco and NBN Co collaboration announcement in 2019, to enhance and accelerate the digital capability of Australian businesses