Australian professionals are being offered one-day courses on the basics of simulating scenarios and situations.
Introduction to Simulation in Australasia (Simulation 101) will clarify the escalating needs, uses and potentials of computer models and simulations across a whide range of industries. It will explain basic concepts that are critical for simulation practitioners and analysts – including fidelity and resolution of images and models, standards and specifications, simulations of Read More
The world's first Virtual Nations project went public this week (May 13-14) via the VANZI conference in Sydney.
An important advance in the Digital Earth concept proposed by Al Gore in 1992, Virtual Australia and New Zealand is a vision expected to ignite an international series of national simulations systems projects.
Led by Melbourne businessman Michael Haines as CEO of the not-for-profit enterprise VANZI Ltd, the conference cross-promoted around 120 public and private sector stakeholders Read More
V words were the 'weapons' in a skirmish that briefly engaged some key speakers at this week's 'Navigating Big Data' conference in Canberra.
They agreed that government and corporate strategies to handle deluges of Big Data should be based on interpreting four V words. But should these be promoted to stakeholders as Velocity, Veracity, Volume, Variety, Value or ... ?
From a private sector perspective, Intel's international Big Data and Cloud strategist Parviz Peiravi said the key words Read More