Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Creating machines that sense and respond

CSIRO develops computers and sensors that give machines near-human problem-solving capabilities.

CSIRO has expertise working with sensors and artificial intelligence systems to develop machines and products that can 'think' for themselves and react to changing conditions.
High-wear machinery that senses its own corrosion or fatigue, and food refrigeration systems that raise the alarm when they break down are just two examples.
We develop sensor systems that can be used for monitoring and maintaining the integrity of:
aircraft structural components
biomedical devices
infrastructure, including buildings, roads, tunnels
manufacturing machinery
utility networks, such as electricity, water, communication, gas
water quality, flow and disinfection.

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