Broadband Blueprint DCITA

Broadband Blueprint – DCITA 2006

Technology has had a significant and profound influence on Australian society. Technology has provided access to information, automation of processes, and organisation of business and social activities. An associated trend is new knowledge creation and its exploitation to drive value creation, productivity, and economic growth. Broadband is an enabling technology that fulfils a key role […]

ICT Innovation in Research and Development Manufacturing and Services – EU November 2006

Innovation and R&D and Manufacturing and Services and Human Dimension of Innovation. The EC ICT Task Force Work Group 3 members confirm that innovation in ICT is crucial for Europe’s competitiveness, social and economic growth. Innovation in ICT must be supported by strong political leadership at all levels: pan-European, Member State and regions. Moreover, Task […]

2005 Impact of Technology on The Aged & Assisted Living Connection Magazine

2005 Impact of Technology on The Aged & Assisted Living Connection Magazine We are all growing older. As we do so we may well come to regard the digital home, and its ability to enhance and maintain an individual and fulfilling lifestyle, as the greatest gift technology can bring. As the baby boomers near retirement […]

2005 Impacts of Advances in Medical Technology- Productivity Commission

2005 Impacts of Advances in Medical Technology- Productivity Commission • Advances in medical technology have brought large benefits but have also been a major driver of increased health spending in recent years. – In many cases, increased expenditure on new medical technologies reflects improved treatment and a significant increase in the number of people treated. […]

2005 Growing Technology-Based SME’s PMSEIC

2005 Growing Technology-Based SME’s PMSEIC It is imperative that we back our technology-based Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and grow them into sustainable businesses linked to global markets so that they contribute to an increase in Australia’s GDP per capita and wealth creation potential in the knowledge economy. Technology-based SMEs3 produce high-value, innovative products and […]

2004 A Guide to SME Business Finance MTSAA March 2004

2004 A Guide to SME Business Finance MTSAA March 2004 The Guide was originally produced to meet a need identified by the Mining Technology Services Action Agenda (MTSAA), which, during industry consultations carried out as part of the strategic phase of the MTSAA, determined that access to capital and finance was a key factor in […]

2002 Technology Licensing Guide Gilbert & Tobin

Technology Licensing Guide – Gilbert & Tobin November 2002

At its most basic level the grant of a licence is an agreement by the owner of intellectual property rights not to enforce those rights against the licensee in defined circumstances. This paper discusses the nature of licensing, the commercialisation continuum, key licensing issues, licensing drivers and opportunities, criteria that should be considered when selecting […]

Commercialising Innovation – ATSE Workshop Proceedings May 2001

Australian Governments have realised the importance of promoting innovation as a means of ensuring the continued quality of life experienced by Australians. Both major political parties are committed to funding innovation. The Australian Academy of Technological Science and Engineering shares these views and many of its members have successfully commercialised their inventions. As part of […]