Assistive Technology Suppliers Australia – run a series of research initiatives and programs that aid the development of the AT sector. We are proud to be a part of progressive University-led research programs, continuing to evolve the AT industry.
The University of Wollongong (UOW) and Assistive Technology Suppliers Australia (ATSA) are collaborating on research into “integrated futures for motorised mobility devices” after their research proposal was awarded a three-year grant from the Australian Research Council (ARC) in the Linkage Projects funding announced on Friday 5 July 2019.
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iMove and La Trobe University
Connected and Automated Vehicle (CAV) technologies are advancing more quickly than governments can regulate. People with disability have high expectations of CAVs. However, development of standards and regulations – especially for people with disability, who need the technology the most – risks falling behind.For more details and the latest news visit:
Update on developments in AT provision within the Ageing and Aged Care Sector
There has been a significant and positive announcement from the Government in relation to the next steps in the reform of services to older Australians which is due to be completed by July 2023.
The details and an invitation to an upcoming webinar can be found at Support at Home Program and Regulation Update – Webinar | Australian Government Department of Health