Case Studies

Mediaflux solutions deliver significant value to our customers. Some examples are shown below.

Australian Government Department of Defence

The ready availability of satellite imagery covering various spatial, spectral, temporal and radiometric resolutions and photomaps has led to an enormous increase in the quantity of data to be acquired, processed, stored and accessed by agencies interested in analysing information about features on the ground, their relationships to the Earth and to each other.


Australian Registry of Wildlife Health

The Australian Registry of Wildlife Health, developed by Arcitecta and based on Mediaflux, addresses the most significant gaps in the wildlife health sector. The application is a highly detailed laboratory information management system for wildlife, featuring mapping capabilities. Specific disease outbreaks can be tracked and documented by linking data to reference maps, considering factors such as vegetation, topography, human use of land, and transport corridors. Incorporation of national animal health data standards enables the convenient sharing of wildlife health data across sectors.


Tasmanian Partnership for Advanced Computing

The Tasmanian Partnership for Advanced Computing (TPAC) has established a library of oceanographic and climatic data that brings together the resources and data held by the Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems CRC, the Australian Government Antarctic Division, the Bureau of Meteorology Research Centre, CSIRO Marine & Atmospheric Research, and the University of Tasmania and provides access to the marine and climate scientific communities.


Queensland Centre for Medical Genomics

The University of Queensland's Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB) is internationally recognised as a leading centre for molecular bioscience research. It was established in 2000 and is located in the Queensland Bioscience Precinct.


University of Melbourne and Florey Neuroscience Institutes

The Centre for Neuroscience at the University of Melbourne and the Florey Neuroscience Institutes (FNI) are amongst the world's leading brain research centres. Resources available include 300 research and support staff, comprising the largest neuroscience research team in Australia. Its scientists are at the forefront of the neuroscience revolution that promises to improve individual and community health around the world. They are unravelling the brain's complex puzzles in an effort to develop better treatments for the millions of Australians affected by brain disorders every year.