Prof. Han has used AI to ascertain land and CBD floorspace use, property values and more. Next, he’s keen to apply it to agrifood freight logistics and decision-making.
Recently, two key members of the FFS team paid a productive visit to our partners in Western Australia.
UNSW mapping experts have sought stakeholder feedback on a tool developed to aid agribusiness planning in the Namoi.
On Friday 24 February, the multi-million-dollar Food Innovation Precinct Western Australia, aka Mereny Bidi Boodja, was formally opened at Peel Business Park in the state’s south-west.
Murdoch University’s Food Futures Institute has appointed key leaders to drive operations at its Food Technology Facility. Future Food Systems CRC is a major partner in the operations of the FTF.
Regional Development Australia’s ACT division is set to act on the agrifood-sector value-adding opportunities identified in FIAL’s Capturing the Prize report.
WA Future Food Network and the CRC hosted a recent roundtable with WA food and beverage sector stakeholders to identify industry obstacles to value-adding.
The 2022-23 NSW Budget contains a number of measures designed to harness the potential of regional NSW.
Project lead Ozgur Dedehayir’s presentation at the 2021 CRC Showcase outlined the key findings of the ‘Coffs Harbour food ecosystem’ project, which lays the foundation for development of a future food cluster in Coffs.
Queensland University of Technology’s Dr Ozgur Dedehayir researches the strategic implications of technological evolution, disruptive innovations and their impacts on society. Most recently, he’s been focused on food innovation ecosystems – a topic that resonates with this keen home chef.