Custom software engineering is in our company’s DNA. Whether it is designing and building custom software from the ground up, finding and fixing extant problems in existing systems, or providing technical oversight on third-party high-tech projects, Innovation Science has the experience and expertise to assist. Continue reading “Custom Software Engineering”
Knowing when and where customers visit within your retail environment provides you with business intelligence that helps to optimise staff numbers, determine whether product placement is working, and identify whether point-of-sale figures are representative of the opportunities being presented. Continue reading “People Counting”
CIO Magazine’s article, “A Face in the Crowd” by Rebecca Merrett (September/October 2012 print edition) features Innovation Science’s Rapid Passenger Tracking software and provides an excellent overview of our passenger tracking capability. The magazine has kindly given permission for Innovation Science to publish a the article in PDF format.
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“Australia’s Nobel Laureates: Adventures in Innovation” (published by ETN Communications) explores the achievements of each of Australia’s 14 Nobel Laureates and provides a snapshot of innovation in contemporary Australia. The book includes forewords by Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Senator Kim Carr, and highlights the breadth of fascinating research and innovation being undertaken in our great country. Innovation Science is proud to be featured in the Technology & Communications section of the publication. The publication has recently been made available on-line. Click here to go straight to the article about Innovation Science, “In the eye of the beholder” by Tim Mendham.
Innovation Science’s Rapid Passenger Tracking software received an excellent reception at the Home Office Scientific Development Branch Expo (HOSDB ’09) held at RAF Halton, 3-4 March 2009. The annual HOSDB exhibition is closed to the public, but receives up to 2000 visitors from police, security and emergency services in the UK and from around Europe.
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