Visualising Victoria's Ground Water
The Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation (CeRDI), formerly the Centre for eCommerce and Communications (CeCC), operates within the Research and Innovation Portfolio at Federation University Australia, under the management of Director, Dr Helen Thompson. Through applied research, commercial activities and community engagement CeRDI promotes innovation through the application of new technologies.
CeRDI actively pursues partnerships with industries, organisations, enterprises and communities with the aim of contributing to and enhancing technology application and knowledge transfer. CeRDI activities contribute to the achievement of the Federation University Australia 2020 agenda and mission which is:
To promote the growth and well-being of individuals, organisations and communities in our part of Australia, and beyond, through education, training, research and partnerships.
CeRDI Researchers examine Resilience in Farming and Agribusiness..
FedUni researchers have recently prepared a report examining Resilience Building in Farming and Agribusiness, for the Wimmera. .. Read more
Introducing the Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation (CeRDI)..
In 1998, when dial-up internet was first being rolled out across regional Victorian Communities, the Centre for eCommerce and Communications (CeCC) wa .. Read more
FedUni instrumental in unlocking new research opportunities through th..
Researchers in CeRDI are undertaking an important project with the Grains Research Development Corporation using new technologies to facilitate access .. Read more
Electronic National Vendor Declaration: Proof of Concept Trials for Vi..
A new project led by the Livestock Saleyard Association of Victoria, and with input from project partners, including CeRDI, is set to trial electronic .. Read more
VVG featured on ABC Country Hour radio..
Visualising Victoria's Groundwater (VVG) has been featured in a story on ABC radio's state wide program, Country Hour, with presenter Libby Pr .. Read more
Sport and Recreation Spatial receives financial support from the Mitch..
Sport and Recreation Spatial, the innovative research project jointly developed by FedUni and Victoria University, has recently received substantial f .. Read more
FedUni and National Association of Community Legal Centres: a successf..
Collaboration between Federation University Australia's Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation (CeRDI) and the National Association of Commun .. Read more
VVG is gaining a reputation as a leader in utilising interoperable technologies such as spatial mapping to combine and manage natural resources data.