The federal and Western Australian state governments are investing $six million for the state to create its space market with a new information investigation facility and robotics, automation and synthetic intelligence command centre.
Perth’s Pawsey Supercomputing Centre will use $one.5 million of the funding to establish the Australian Area Data Examination Facility (ASDAF), when Fugro Australia Marine will acquire $four.5 million to build the Australian Area Robotics, Automation, and AI Command Management Sophisticated (RAAICC).
The advanced may well also be recognized as SpAARC (Area Automation, AI and Robotics Management Sophisticated), as it was referred to as by the Australian Area Agency in a tweet.
An supplemental $3.5 million from the Australian Area Agency has been committed to the RAAICCC as part of its memorandum of understanding with the WA governing administration, and a more $750,000 will be directed to Pawsey’s ASDAF.
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