Did you know that Edith Cowan University (ECU) holds one of the world’s top courses in Cyber Security? Did you also know that innovators and researchers at the university continue to develop #techforgood solutions for our community?
Here are a few highlights of ECU’s innovation, some of which of course are finalists for this year’s INCITE Awards.
Bone scans to predict heart attack or stroke
Farm to fork: helping adolescents understand bare supermarket shelves
A group of ECU researchers has developed a timely new educational video game aimed at helping adolescents make sense of how food production and the supply chain works.
Farm to Fork is a brand-new transformational video game aimed at students from Years 6 through 9, specifically developed as a free resource for educators in line with the school curriculum.
VirtuWeld is a virtual reality training device that provides a learning environment for people to acquire the safety knowledge, skills and understanding of the physical task of welding metal.
This technology is a finalist for the 29th Lateral INCITE Awards, in the category of Transformative Business Solutions & Research and Innovation Project of the Year.
EduFarm is a virtual reality innovation, allowing children to view and interact with Australian farming procedures. This technology is a finalist for this year’s INCITE Awards, in the category of Peter Fillery Undergraduate Tertiary Student Project of the Year.
This technology is a web-based 3d visualisation tool for enhancing learning. It is also a finalist for this year’s INCITE Awards, in the category of Peter Fillery Undergraduate Tertiary Student Project of the Year.