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Charles Sturt University

This project and its report outlines regional and rural consumer understandings of smart technologies and their applications in North West New South Wales, Australia. It identifies consumer engagement with digital infrastructure, the changing nature of development and planning in a digital context and the impact of smart services on social relations.

This data on smart literacy will help regional and rural telecommunications consumers to better understand how smart services can be utilised. The report draws on an evidence base from over 130 participants and 5 case studies including Dubbo, Wellington, Narromine, Peak Hill, and Gilgandra.

DownloadpdfRegional Smart Tech Report - Final.pdf5.59 MB

Download (accessible)pdfRegional Smart Tech Report - Final Accessible.pdf5.49 MB

Launch of the Regional and Rural Consumer Understandings of Smart Technologies Report

April 7, 2022, 3pm - 4:30pm

Dubbo Campus, or online

Charles Sturt University

The report will be launched by Fiona Nash, Strategic Adviser, Regional Engagement & Government Relations, Charles Sturt University

To register to attend in person, please go here.

To register to attend online, please go here.

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Published: 2021

Grant Round: 2020

Amount awarded:$16,606