Delivering cutting-edge software solutions and research
Post author: SSIL. Last update: 01/05/2015 at 10:47 pm by Gerard Gibbs.
The Swinburne Software Innovation Lab (SSIL) is a software research and development laboratory delivering high-impact software solutions and research to Victorian industry.
The Lab is a joint venture between Swinburne University of Technology and NICTA.
The Lab’s mission is to innovate and translate leading software engineering research in to cutting-edge software solutions to specific client problems. Through partnering with companies on joint Research & Development projects, we aim to produce research, which is relevant to industry and makes an impact.
We have undertaken projects for The Alfred Hospital, Department of Defence – Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Telstra, Visy, VicRoads, Malaysian Government and Gilat.
The key skills of the Lab are software engineering, mobile and cloud computing, information visualisation and software security. Industries benefiting from the laboratory’s research outcomes include manufacturing, utilities, transport and logistics, health, established and start-up ICT companies, as well as government agencies.
The Lab strives to leverage university, NICTA and industry expertise to solve challenging ICT industry R&D problems and deliver tangible solutions to organisations and society. The Lab’s research projects include:
- TRR: world-first life-saving software for The Alfred Hospital’s Trauma Centre
- Prompa: a real-time workforce management solution
- Sight Singing School: an interactive web based singing program
- OneSAF: military simulation activities for the Department of Defence
- RASP: an application that evaluates the memory retention of military surgeons
- Visy Synchronise: an application for Visy sales reps.
Swinburne NICTA Software Innovation Lab
Swinburne University of Technology, Hawthorn Campus. Room 205, Advanced Manufacturing and Design Centre, John Street, Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia.
View location in Google maps. This location is based upon GPS coordinates as the street address does not accurately indicate the location of the facility.