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Researcher: Edwards, SJ (Mr Simon Edwards)

Fields of Research

Wireless communication systems and technologies (incl. microwave and millimetrewave)
Data communications
Transportation, logistics and supply chains
Analog electronics and interfaces
Agriculture, land and farm management
Land capability and soil productivity
Decision support and group support systems
Artificial intelligence
Agricultural systems analysis and modelling
Distributed computing and systems software
Soil sciences
Data models, storage and indexing
Soil physics
Other information and computing sciences
Communications engineering
Geospatial information systems and geospatial data modelling
Microbial ecology
Electronics, sensors and digital hardware

Research Objectives

Intermodal materials handling
Information systems, technologies and services
Expanding knowledge in engineering
Aquaculture fin fish (excl. tuna)
Communication technologies, systems and services
Other environmental management
Horticultural crops
Expanding knowledge in the environmental sciences
Terrestrial systems and management
Wireless technologies, networks and services
Expanding knowledge in the agricultural, food and veterinary sciences
Mobile technologies and communications
Pome fruit, pip fruit
Technological and organisational innovation

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Autonomous Marine Systems at Offshore Aquaculture and Energy Sites, 1.20.002 Final Project Report

Research Projects

'Smart' soil sensors; CRC for High Performance Soils Ltd (HPS CRC)
Autonomous marine systems at offshore aquaculture and energy sites; Blue Economy CRC Co (BECRC)
Visualising Australasia's Soils: A Soil CRC interoperable spatial knowledge system; CRC for High Performance Soils Ltd (HPS CRC)
2.2.01 - Soil sensor technologies - which ones are most useful for smarter farming?
Cherry Hill Coolstores Potato Seed Traceability
Implementation of LoRa network and IoT in Tamar Valley for Temperature Modelling
Pilot of a publicly accessible data network based on LoRa technology to support IoT innovation in Tasmania
Rail Break Prediction

Research Candidate Supervision