Telecommunication industry leaders address the need for better critical infrastructure resilience following network failures during the 2019/2020 summer bushfires.
Often an under-utilised resource, asset tracking should be a key component of an organisation’s management strategy, providing benefits for cost, efficiency and...
IPWEA Australasia President Rita Excell was recently invited to present in an American Public Works Association webinar on Automated Vehicles.
Women in engineering: How Young IPWEA member Clarissa Campbell has built her career
Young leader Jo O’Brien has achieved several goals and milestones in her civil engineering career.
COVID-19 has made living and working in Melbourne difficult for everyone, regardless of their industry. But it’s been particularly challenging for those...
Roadworks should be at the top of the list for governments, says Infrastructure Australia’s prioritisation chief Robin Jackson
GroundProbe’s Slope Stability Radar for greater mine safety
Queensland University researchers have developed a new kind of solar cell that may lead to the development of a ‘next generation’ of flexible ‘skin-like’ solar arrays
While the effects of Australia’s economic downturn are being felt by businesses and communities, municipalities have been given much-needed funding for infrastructure...
Local councils across Australia are rapidly adopting smart cities projects to develop communities that are safe, sustainable and digitally connected. These projects...