City buildings could blow air taxi future off course
Air taxis are coming to our cities, but a new study warns regulations will need to address dangerous wind gusts around city buildings and other urban infrastructure.
Up, up and away: RMIT engineers part of team transforming urgent stroke care in the air and on the ground
RMIT researchers will build light, portable brain scanners into air and road ambulances as part of a project to revolutionise stroke care in Australia.
Engineering students shine at EnGenius 2020 despite pandemic
A new project that uses artificial intelligence to maintain ageing port infrastructure is one of many dynamic ideas featured at EnGenius, RMIT’s annual event showcasing final year engineering students’ projects and products.
Sensors to spot the sweetest summer fruit
Researchers are trialling new sensor technology with local fruit growers to reveal how ripe and sweet the fruit is without even taking a bite.