Accelerate Actionable Innovation

Connecting Innovators and Early Adopters based on industry,
business function and expected outcomes.

I am an
Early Adopter

I want to know Innovations in my industry or business function
Access Actionable Innovation for any Business Challenge

I am an
Innovator
(Startup, Scaleup or Mature)

I have a solution for potential customers
Find Early Adopters for your Innovation

I am a Subject
Matter Expert
SME/Consultant

I am passionate helping customers with latest Innovations
Be part of the Early Birds Open Innovation Ecosystem

How It Works

01
Have Minimum Viable
Product (MVP)
02
Share on our
Marketplace
03
Setup your offer
04
Deal with Early
Adopters
05
Share further
success
01
Have a
challenge?
02
Share it on our
Marketplace
03
Innovator has
a solution
04
Deal with
Innovators
05
Be first!
Enjoy competitive
advantage
01
HAVE INNOVATION
SERVICE CAPABILITY FOR
EARLY ADOPTERS OR
INNOVATORS
02
SHARE YOUR SKILLS
AND EXPERIENCE ON OUR
MARKETPLACE
03
SETUP YOUR
OFFER
04
DEAL WITH EARLY
ADOPTERS OR
INNOVATORS
05
SHARE FURTHER
SUCCESS

News

11 May 2021

Though machine learning as a concept has been around for decades, the recent jump in raw computing power has opened up brand new avenues for harnessing its capabilities. It has found use in a variety of industries such as manufacturing, personal electronics, transport, automation, security, and many more. The scientific literature surrounding machine learning and deep learning (a subset of machine learning) is being updated every single day as new discoveries unlock the potential for newer, previously unthinkable solutions and applications.

6 May 2021

The Morrison Government is investing almost $1.2 billion in Australia’s digital future through the Digital Economy Strategy, as part of this year’s federal budget. The strategy outlines the policies and actions the Government is taking to grow Australia’s future as a modern and leading digital economy by 2030.

 

3 May 2021

This is of primary importance because the recently released updated Emissions Projections data by the Federal Government of Australia has shown that Australia might not be on track to comply with its 2030 emissions reduction target of 26 to 28 percent emissions reduction. According to the data, greenhouse gas pollution levels are likely to continue to increase over the next decade.

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