Lot Fourteen’s state-of-the-art facilities and diverse range of spaces for residents are home to innovators, pioneers, ground-breakers and thought leaders in a host of emerging and fast-evolving industries, including defence, space, artificial intelligence, cyber-security and creative industries.
Here, the world’s leading names in new technologies and defence, sit alongside visionary start-ups, perceptive entrepreneurs and, of course the Australian Space Agency, to share knowledge and build valuable networks.
Adexflow Australia is a software company specializing in information management that designs, distributes and integrates software applications. It has released BD-Bridge technology, an innovative solution for migrating heterogeneous data during industrial projects. AdexflowAustralia is a subsidiary of Adexflow International and the company operates in Europe, North America and Asia.
Artisan Post Group
Artisan Post Group (APG) is a new post facility (EST. 2019) and network that has come together to recognise the changing needs and opportunities of content Post Production.
APG employs the latest technology to enhance visuals and sound in film, television and streaming content.
Australian Computer Society
ACS delivers authoritative independent knowledge and technology insights, building relevant technology capacity and capability that catalyses Australian innovation and speeds the adoption of technology for the benefit of commerce, government and society.
Australian Cyber Collaboration Centre (A3C)
The centre will support startups, scale-ups and existing businesses to launch new products and services into global markets.
This capability will create a nation-leading cyber ecosystem in South Australia that contributes to economic growth through new skills, new enterprises, new customers and new investment.
Australian Institute for Machine Learning
With a focus on high-quality, high-impact research, AIML is leading the way in developing high-tech AI products and solutions, and transforming the way that we live for the better.
Australian Space Agency
The new home of Australia’s space exploration and research, Lot Fourteen will house the Australian Space Agency. This will create a focal point for space-related businesses and organisations – both local and international – putting them in prime position to seize on valuable opportunities within the global space market.
Bureau Veritas Naval Australasia
Bureau Veritas works to reduce risk. Its global network is on hand 24/7 to support clients in Australasia to stay compliant, preserve crew and assets and improve environmental performance. In 2019, the Royal Australian Navy appointed Bureau Veritas to its classification panel.
Chamonix IT Solutions
Chamonix partners with clients to achieve and maintain the most up-to-date digital technology in the workplace.
Cognitive Companions Australia
Cognitive Companions ambition is the regeneration of advisory methods in connection with cognitive technologies emergences. In the era of Big Data and Internet-of-Things (IoT), all real-world environments are gradually becoming cyber-physical, such as emergency management, healthcare monitoring and future manufacturing. Cognitive Companions, immerse in their client's company to gain deep insight into their operational and strategic potential, working with them to co-create and smoothly implement solutions specifically for them.
Convergen is a digital agency that specialises in bringing the visuals of major infrastructure works to life.
Embracing creativity to deliver engaging solutions that leverage the latest in technologies, Cortex Interactive helps businesses to overcome communication challenges by designing immersive and enjoyable experiences.
Daitum is an Australian-based Artificial Intelligence (AI) company born out of the vision to make decision analytics more accessible.
Defence Teaming Centre
Defence Teaming Centre Inc. (DTC) is a national defence sector membership organisation that supports and develops Australian industry to be more competitive and meet the needs of defence.
Defence and Space Landing Pad
Founded with a vision to support businesses of any size to establish a footprint in Australia, the Defence and Space Landing Pad allows defence and space companies to begin their business journey in South Australia.
Deloitte Gravity Challenge
Deloitte Gravity Challenge is a space technology innovation program exploring new uses for space data and space capability. It activates the space ecosystem by bringing market challenges and innovators together to create viable solutions, and ultimately accelerate their commercial uptake. Managed by Deloitte, and the South Australian Space Industry Centre is a key contributor.
DTEX provides organisations across the globe with the complete, user-focused visibility needed to strengthen enterprise security and more effectively manage insider threats. Dtex’s Enterprise User Intelligence combines high-fidelity user activity data with machine learning and advanced analytics to pinpoint anomalies in real time, elevate areas of risk, generate actionable insights, and provide answers quickly.
A pioneer in driverless mobility, EasyMile revolutionises passenger and goods transportation. It develops and deploys autonomous mobility solutions worldwide based on vehicles manufactured by recognised industrial partners.
exposé: Data Exposed
Exposé is a data and analytics consulting firm delivering business focused outcomes. Organisations in today's evolving market need the ability to react quickly and efficiently – Exposé help them leverage data, IoT, AI and smart analytics to drive that success'.
GICAN, the French Marine Industry Group, has about 200 industrial affiliates. It brings together shipyards, system and equipment manufacturers, subcontractors, engineering and architect businesses involved in the design, construction, maintenance and implementation of military and civilian vessels, and those who work in maritime security and marine renewable energies. The role of GICAN in Australia is to support the French maritime ecosystem and assist companies to partner with local businesses for the Future Submarine Program.
Inovor Technologies is a leader in space technology, providing specialist development services and advanced satellite mission solutions to a range of clients and industries including defence and commercial customers.
A virtual reality studio that specialises in development and production of original VR content, Jumpgate VR opens up the new worlds of virtual reality.
LGM is a group of tightly-knit companies, possessing the same dynamics and a strong synergy and offering clients a wide range of solutions. The diverse and complementary expertise of its resources enables LGM to offer a wide scope of interventions, ranging from turnkey studies to methodological expertise and industrial project management of entire systems. The LGM group’s mission is to provide managerial and technical support services to our industrial stakeholders.
Life Whisperer employs non-invasive, Artificial Intelligence (AI) driven image analysis to improve the selection of viable embryos for IVF implantation and ultimately improve outcomes for couples wanting to have children.
MIT bigdata Living Lab
The MIT bigdata Living Lab will bring together the public, private and research sectors to analyse big data to determine the most effective ways for South Australia to grow the economy and drive sustainable population growth.
Global leaders in secure, low-cost and low-power, data connectivity, Myriota pioneers new ways to retrieve information from anywhere on earth, through its constellation of nanosatellites.
Naval Group Pacific
Naval Group Pacific is a 100% subsidiary of Naval Group. It focuses on strengthening Australia’s defence capabilities through sales, program management and sustainment of the Naval Group’s advanced technology products, systems and services and by building partnerships with Australian industry and universities. Naval Group Pacific is also a Centre of Excellence for open innovation in naval defence. Naval Group Pacific is distinct from Naval Group Australia, another subsidiary based in Adelaide and wholly dedicated to the Australian Future Submarine Program.
Neoen is a specialist, independent power producer with a long-term vision that translates into a strategy to produce renewable, competitively-priced energy, sustainably and on a large scale. We currently have over 2 GW of wind, solar and battery assets under construction and operation in Australia, and more than 3GW world-wide.
In South Australia we are the proud owners of the Hornsdale Wind Farm and the Hornsdale Power Reserve (better known as the Big Battery), and we are currently developing the Crystal Brook Energy Park and Goyder Renewables Zone and pursuing opportunities in hydrogen.
Neumann Space develops in-space propulsion systems for satellites and their innovative product gives satellites an edge by saving energy spent on common mission manoeuvres.
Office of the South Australian Chief Entrepreneur
Delivering a new platform and home for entrepreneurship in the state, the Office of the South Australian Chief Entrepreneur helps those with imagination turn great ideas into outstanding successes.
Presagen partners with medical institutes to co-create web-based medical imaging software for specific diagnostic problems, which can then be delivered at scale and at low cost.
RADventures invests in entrepreneurial individuals and businesses with game changing ideas both in Australia and abroad.
Resilient Asia Pacific
An information and communications technology solutions and services company providing innovative and highly flexible customer solutions in the cloud or on premises. Services include server design, storage consolidation, data migration , network design, architectural planning and solution design services.
Saber’s founders have engineered legacy projects ranging from the Hubble Space Telescope and International Space Station to satellite swarms. We have senior operators from US Army and Air Force Space Command and PhD graduates from world class field robotics laboratories. We have earned a reputation for our ability to tackle hard problems with academic rigour and agile engineering.
SITAEL is an innovative company leading the development of next-generation small satellites. It designs, builds and tests small satellites for a broad range of missions including research and development, communications, earth observation and remote asset management.
The SmartSat Cooperative Research Centre brings together over 100 national and international partners who have invested, along with the Federal Government, $245 million in R&D over seven years. Working closely with the Australian Space Agency, SmartSat CRC will make a contribution to the Australian Government’s goal of tripling the size of the space sector to $12 billion and creating up to 20,000 jobs by 2030.
Priority industry sectors for SmartSat CRC include telecommunications, agriculture and natural resources, transport and logistics, mining, and defence and national security.
Squad Australia Cyber Security – a subsidiary of French cyber defence group Squad – aims to become a leader of cyber security in Australia and bring internationally recognised expertise to ASX companies. Squad was awarded with a distinction as a champion of growth in Europe in 2019 by the Financial Times’s Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies ranking. This confirms the excellent performances of the group since its creation in 2013, with an average annual growth rate of 70%.
Stone & Chalk Adelaide
Founded in fintech in 2015, Stone & Chalk is a not-for-profit organisation with a proven track record in developing successful growth and support frameworks for emerging tech sector startups.
Stone & Chalk bring together founders, investors, industry and government stakeholders and mentors into one powerful Impact Network™ which drives growth, recognition and commercialisation.
SYPAQ is an innovative engineering and systems integration company, committed to creating a world that works. It helps people, societies and enterprises everywhere to be more productive, prosperous, secure and sustainable.
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Mission Control Centre and Australian Space Discovery Centre
Lot Fourteen will also feature the ground-breaking Mission Control Centre and the Questacon partnered Australian Space Discovery Centre. Open to school groups, universities, organisations and business, the Australian Space Discovery Centre will provide a unique and up-close insight into the science, technology, engineering and mathematics that form the critical backbone to any space project, through interactive programs, training and simulation.
The Mission Control Centre will provide the facilities and technology to support small satellite missions, through real-time control, testing and development.
Entrepreneur and Innovation Centre and Innovation Hub
Commanding prime position in the heart of the precinct, the purpose-built Lot Fourteen Entrepreneur and Innovation Centre (EIC) will provide a world leading facility for the delivery of seamless industry and research collaboration with the reassurance of a Secured Compartmented Information Facility for highly sensitive and confidential projects, along with a proposed Graphic Processing Unit giving residents access to vastly superior computer processing speeds. Additionally, this smart technology centre will offer highly adaptable demonstration spaces to showcase the incredible advances in technology, industry and research that established global companies and the next generation of entrepreneurs are bringing to life at Lot Fourteen.
The Circle - First Nations Entrepreneur Hub
With the prime focus of supporting Indigenous innovation, entrepreneurship and employment, The Circle - First Nations Entrepreneur Hub will link South Australian Aboriginal businesses with industry and opportunity. The Circle will be a physical and virtual base for these businesses and will complement existing incubation and start-up support services already available at Lot Fourteen.
The Circle is being established in 3 Phases:
Phase 1: Operational modelling and Hub design
Phase 2: Establish the Hub for full operation
Phase 3: Hub operation and maintenance
The Circle is currently in Phase 1 of Implementation. It is anticipated that The Circle will commence formal service delivery in January 2021, with the full range of services available by 1 July 2021.
For more information, please contact:
The Circle - First Nations Entrepreneur Hub Coordinator
Department of the Premier and Cabinet
Ph: 0467 721 326
International Centre for Food, Hospitality and Tourism Studies
A fully integrated, world-class learning facility in the heart of Australia’s food and wine capital, the International Centre for Food, Hospitality and Tourism Studies will become the destination of choice for those seeking to learn from the best, and graduate with the skills and qualifications to launch a career that can take them to the world’s most renowned establishments.
Aboriginal Art and Cultures Centre
Against the backdrop of the breathtaking Adelaide Botanic Garden, the Aboriginal Art and Cultures Centre will provide an inspiring, informative and important insight into the world’s oldest living culture. Here, the art, music, language, culture and spirituality of the first Australians will be honoured and celebrated.
It will combine works from nationally significant collections, the living culture and traditional knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and showcase new voices through digital art and emerging technology.