South Australian space company expands into North America
Lot Fourteen-based global leader in nanosatellite Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity, Myriota, has announced its expansion into Canada with a team specialising in satellite operations, engineering and spectrum management.
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As the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve, our greatest priority is for the health, safety and wellbeing of the people who are a part of the Lot Fourteen neighbourhood and broader community.
Official opening of the Australian Space Agency at Lot Fourteen
Prime Minister Scott Morrison today opened the headquarters of Australia’s first national space agency at Lot Fourteen, Adelaide, in what he described as an historic event for the nation.
Creating the future now at Lot Fourteen
The future of innovation, business, culture and community are converging at an incomparable location in Adelaide, one of the world’s most liveable cities, bringing to vivid reality a vision that leverages South Australia’s inherent strengths and fosters creativity, collaboration and opportunities for future generations.
Space industry lifts off
The benefits of Australia having international representation through our new national space agency are starting to flow through to local companies involved in the space industry – and the excitement is spreading to the next generation of Australian pioneers in space.
Electric dreams converge at Lot Fourteen
Creative professionals from music, movies, television, theatre, gaming, and other disciplines are coming together in Adelaide this week to explore how their once separate worlds are all converging, thanks to the exponential rate of technological innovation.
Artificial intelligence to help cut vineyard costs and grow profits
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are at the heart of a $5 million project led by the University of Adelaide and its Australian Institute for Machine Learning (AIML) to create a digital platform that will turn vital vineyard data into actionable advice.
World leader in machine learning opens doors at Lot Fourteen
One of the world’s leading research organisations in the fields of artificial intelligence and machine learning launched its new premises at Lot Fourteen innovation neighbourhood today.
Italian space company launched at Lot Fourteen
The largest privately-owned Italian space company, SITAEL, launched its new satellite design office at Lot Fourteen today, continuing the company’s expansion in South Australia and further strengthening the neighbourhood as a hub for the nation’s growing space industry.
AMpowering uni students for future careers
As South Australia’s tech sector continues to grow, securing a pipeline of talent is a key focus for many businesses. The AMpowered program is a unique initiative conceived by Lot Fourteen-based Chamonix and sister companies, exposé data and Cortex Interactive, to help address this issue.
Smoking in a new era at Lot Fourteen
More than 700 people witnessed history being made when representatives of the Kaurna nation held a smoking ceremony recently to cleanse the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site and prepare it for its new role as the Lot Fourteen innovation and cultural neighbourhood.
Global defence company L3Harris establishes in SA
Global aerospace and defence innovator, L3Harris, has established its new premises in South Australia to support the nation’s future warships and continuous naval shipbuilding program, less than a year after moving into the Defence and Space Landing Pad at Lot Fourteen.
Lot Fourteen a world leader in sustainable communities
Lot Fourteen has been acknowledged as a world-leading urban redevelopment and one of the most sustainable precincts in the nation by the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA).
$6m Grant for Mission Control Centre
The Australian Space Agency has announced the launch of a grant opportunity to support the establishment of the Mission Control Centre at Lot Fourteen in Adelaide.
New life with Operation Flinders for sheds at Lot Fourteen
South Australia’s unique outback intervention program for young people at risk is set to benefit from old storage sheds at Lot Fourteen.
Greater investment needed in AI, robotics
Australia needs to make greater investment in AI and robotics to ensure that our workforce and economy can make the most of the enormous potential offered by these technologies.
Plan released for $551m Adelaide City Deal, focused on Lot Fourteen
Lot Fourteen is at the centre of a plan released today outlining how the
$551 million Adelaide City Deal will boost the South Australian economy.
Dream big – Lot Fourteen and Fringe to showcase arts and technology
In a first for the Adelaide Fringe,
Lot Fourteen will host Electric Dreams – a five-day exploration and showcase of how technology is changing the arts as part of the 2020 Fringe in February.
Myriota partnership to create new wave of space manufacturing in SA
Lot Fourteen based global leader in nanosatellite Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity, Myriota, has entered into a partnership deal with global manufacturer Motherson to produce its Myriota Module.
Free talk on robots, AI and the future of work
The growing impact of robotics and artificial intelligence on the workforce – and how it will affect our children – will be explored in a free event at Lot Fourteen on November 11.
Future Thinkers - Urban Design and Wellbeing wrap up
Good urban design and built environment can provide significant benefits to people’s health and wellbeing. This is a key principle in the transformation of Lot Fourteen.
Lot Fourteen a beacon for SA on world stage
The neighbourhood approach of developing Lot Fourteen as a place that welcomes everyone, and its unique location, are giving it the edge when competing with other innovation precincts from around the world.
World class opportunity in food, hospitality and tourism
An opportunity opened today to be part of creating a world class centre for higher education in food, hospitality and tourism at Lot Fourteen in the heart of Adelaide, Australia’s food and wine capital.
EOI closes on Friday 6 December 2019 at 2pm.
Space Agency boosting industry, inspiring future generations
The new Australian Space Agency is set to move into Lot Fourteen in late December, firmly establishing Adelaide as the epicentre of the growing Australian space industry.
Leading the battle against cyber attacks
Building Australia’s collective strength in the battle against cyber crime will be a key aim of the new Australian Cyber Collaboration Centre, to be established at Lot Fourteen next year.
Space cadets wanted to launch from Lot Fourteen
Final year university students looking for a career that’s literally out of this world are invited to apply to graduate program offered by Myriota.
Fashion powers future thinking
The potential to blend fashion with technology to improve our lives is unlimited – from providing therapy and preventative care to capturing the power of the sun.
Stone & Chalk opens for business
More than 100 entrepreneurs from 29 startups have moved into the new innovation and startup hub at Lot Fourteen, which officially opened for business this week.
French cyber tech giant Squad joins Lot Fourteen
French cyber tech giant, Squad, will join the growing defence and space ecosystem at Lot Fourteen and aims to create up to 40 new jobs in South Australia over the next three years.
Lot Fourteen launching our future industries now – SkyNews
SkyNews reports that Lot Fourteen is giving South Australians the opportunity to work in future industries, driving the state’s economy and putting Australia on the map for revolutionary technology in sectors including space and cybersecurity.
Prime space opens up at Lot Fourteen
A unique opportunity is now open for an international space company to join the epicentre of Australia’s growing space industry at Lot Fourteen.
EOI closes on Wednesday 11 December 2019 at 2pm.
US company rockets into Lot Fourteen
United States company Tyvak is the latest space industry leader to join Lot Fourteen
NASA boost for Australian Space Agency
The new Australian Space Agency (ASA) has been boosted with a $150 million investment by the Federal Government into Australian businesses and new technologies.
Lab to harness the power of big data
“A picture of the future” – that’s how Professor Alex “Sandy” Pentland of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) describes the university’s prestigious Living Lab, which is set to have its fourth global location at Lot Fourteen.
Opening up a new Adelaide treasure
With its gracious heritage buildings, public institutions, university campuses and wide-tree lined footpaths, Adelaide’s North Terrace is one of Australia’s great cultural boulevards – and a now a new treasure for all to enjoy is being created at its eastern end.
Glimpse the future with thinkers in fashion, technology and urban design
Fashion that can harness the power of the sun and urban design for better health and wellbeing will be explored in free public talks at Lot Fourteen as part of a series that will give participants an insight into the future.
New focus for sound and vision
Artisans dedicated to making the magic of movies have created a new home at Lot Fourteen as part of a local initiative to build greater continuity of work for these talented professionals.
Designing cities for better health
How can the cities we inhabit for work, home and play regenerate us and improve population wellbeing?
National cybersecurity innovation and skills centre for Lot Fourteen
The Centre is anticipated to be fully operational by 2020 and will support startups, scale-ups and existing businesses to launch new products and services into global markets.
Public realm plan wins landscape award
The master plan and protocols for the development of Lot Fourteen’s public realm has won an Award of Excellence in the annual Australian Institute of Landscape Architects Awards for South Australia.
Lot Fourteen’s public realm underway
The state government has announced details of the public realm works at Australia’s most exciting ideas neighbourhood.
Paving the way for future industries
The last major demolition tender package at Lot Fourteen is now on the open market and the state heritage listed Bice Building on North Terrace is ready to undergo refurbishment.
Data analytics lab with world's number one university
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is coming to Adelaide to collaborate on developing a Living Lab at Lot Fourteen.
Lot Fourteen hub to accelerate start-ups
Premier Steven Marshall announces Stone & Chalk as the operator and anchor tenant of a startup hub at Lot Fourteen, South Australia.
A lot of neighbourhood vibe
By summer 2019/20, it’s estimated that more than 1,000 people will work at Lot Fourteen. So what is it like to work here?
Neumann rockets into space at Lot Fourteen
South Australia’s Neumann Space has joined the growing space ecosystem at Lot Fourteen.
Lot Fourteen ecosystem grows with new future industries
Presagen, Life Whisperer, Defence Teaming Centre, Convergen, Jumpgate VR and Artisan Post Group have joined the Lot Fourteen neighbourhood.
Prepare for landing: Global Industries incentivised to come to South Australia
The South Australian Landing Pad global entrepreneurs will be able to apply for up to $80,000 over 12 months to help cover business accommodation and professional services costs. The program is part of a suite of new measures to be funded by the state government’s $100 million Economic and Business Growth Fund.
SA school students can shoot for the stars
South Australian secondary school students aiming for a career in space now have the chance to get work experience with companies involved in the state's growing space sector.
SA's satellite company Inovor lands at Lot Fourteen
Local satellite tech pioneers Inovor Technologies joins Lot Fourteen, consolidating the innovation neighbourhood’s reputation as Australia’s centre for the space industry.
SA the centre for space start-ups and research
As part of the Adelaide City Deal, $12 million in funding has been allocated by the federal government for a Mission Control Centre to be located at Lot Fourteen, as well as a Space Discovery Centre.
$115m for Aboriginal Art Gallery, Hospitality Centre at Lot Fourteen
Funding of $85 million from the federal government will help achieve Premier Steven Marshall’s vision for Adelaide to become the home of Australia’s greatest Aboriginal art gallery, to be built at Lot Fourteen.
$20m granted for new innovation hub as design search begins
The bold vision for Lot Fourteen is a step closer to being realised as the Federal Government announces a grant for an innovation hub and the State Government seeks expressions on interest in designing the hub.
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