Researchers at the RMIT University are working with industry partners to investigate ways to integrate the mental states of air pilots with machine learning and decision-making. The Cognitive Human-Machine Interface and Interaction (CHMI) system analyses data inputs to determine the pilot’s state of mind and decide how much computer support is required to fly the … Continue reading New RMIT research explores pilot-machine interaction
A DMTC project has developed a fuel cell auxiliary power unit (APU) concept demonstrator that the researchers say could potentially replace or supplement diesel generators on armoured vehicles in the field. The demonstrator was developed by lead researcher Reza Omrani and his team at RMIT Bundoora with the collaboration of industry partner Thales Australia, and … Continue reading RMIT, Thales Australia develop new fuel cell system demonstrator
The ARC Training Centre in Lightweight Automotive Structures (ATLAS) was launched this week at RMIT University by Senator James Paterson. ATLAS is led by RMIT University in close partnership with Deakin University and the Australian National University, lead partner the Ford Motor Company, CSIRO and 11 additional local and international partner organisations including those from … Continue reading ATLAS launched at RMIT, automotive industry to get boost
In a media release last month, RMIT researchers have used liquid metal to create two-dimensional materials no thicker than a few atoms that have never before been seen in nature. According to RMIT, the breakthrough will not only revolutionise the way we do chemistry but could be applied to enhance data storage and make faster … Continue reading Liquid metal breakthrough by RMIT researchers
RMIT’s new advanced manufacturing precinct is designed to reflect the shift towards a high-tech, high-skilled, highly collaborative industry, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.