Flinders University researchers have discovered a new low-cost material that can be made into lenses for thermal imaging – pointing to new advanced manufacturing applications for […]
Stage two of an innovative driverless passenger shuttle trial at Tonsley plans to offer on demand technology for local residents, introduce high-tech infrastructure to improve autonomous […]
A solid, collective ethical framework developed by government, citizens and other stakeholders must be built to steer the introduction of new road rules for connected and […]
The popularity of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) is growing in Australia with sensors, collision warning and assisted parking systems now standard in new vehicles- but […]
One of Adelaide’s largest solar arrays will soon provide one-fifth of the electricity needed to power Flinders University’s Bedford Park campus. The project also sets the […]
With vehicle technology moving towards a driverless future, Flinders University is hopping on board a new South Australian trial of shared autonomous vehicles. Flinders is stepping […]
Flinders engineering student Luke Berry is playing a part in producing an Australian Unmanned Surface Vessel with global defence company Saab Australia.
It’s a match made in the heavens – almost literally! Leading light in solar technology research Flinders University and the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge are embarking on an historic partnership.
Revealing plans to develop a new generation of driverless vehicle, Flinders University is in pole position to support the vision of South Australia at the centre of an autonomous vehicles industry.