Mining technology research organisation Mining3 is seeking to benchmark the accuracy and reliability of proximity detection systems, the units fitted to autonomous trucks to help them avoid collisions.
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Almost all of Australia’s leading businesses and government agencies have their email fraud defences wide open, according to new research.
Toll Group’s former interim CIO, Carl Duckinson, is the new IT chief at the Melbourne office of global engineering and advisory company, Aurecon.
Buyers were out in force today, snapping up stocks that looked oversold in the calm light of a new week and a positive lead from Wall Street.
According to Dr Tim O’Neill, co-founder and director of business intelligence specialists Avolution, probably the biggest mistake an organisation can make when dealing with suppliers is to outsource the systems architecture. “This is why there’s so many untold billions of dollars-worth of failed IT projects out there,” he says. “Outsourcing the architecture function is fraught with danger.” In order for projects to be successful organisations need to maintain a healthy degree of cynicism and effectively force vendors to earn trust.
BHP Billiton has appointed a new CIO, Chris Crozier, following the departure of Ken Mathews.
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