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With recognised scientific, research and industrial excellence in key hi-tech fields, South Australia is well positioned to develop effective solutions to many global challenges.

Strategic Priorities

Strengthening technical capability
Connections and collaboration
New jobs and career pathways
Market access and development

Technologies and capabilities with the greatest potential to contribute to South Australia’s economic growth over the next decade have been identified for the hi-tech focus sector at Lot Fourteen, including:

Artificial intelligence, machine learning and data analytics

Computer vision, augmented and virtual reality


Internet of Things (IoT)


Lot Fourteen has attracted leading organisations in the hi-tech sector, including the University of Adelaide’s Australian Institute of Machine Learning, the Australian Cyber Collaboration Centre, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) bigdata Living Lab.

Hi-Tech Sector Plan

Lot Fourteen is fostering new partnerships between research, industry and government to tackle global challenges, in line with the Government of South Australia’s Hi-Tech Sector Plan 2030. This ten-year plan aims to strengthen South Australia’s research, entrepreneurship and innovation ecosystems to create skilled jobs and open new trade and investment opportunities. 

Industry has identified the four strategic priorities below, to help us achieve our vision to become one of the world’s leading hi-tech sectors.


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