OZCHI 2007 is proudly sponsored by the following organizations:
(If you or your company would like to also provide sponsorship please see the following document: OZCHI 2007 Sponsorship Prospectus)
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About The Sponsors
The Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO) is the Australian Government's lead agency charged with applying science and technology to protect and defend Australia and its national interests. DSTO delivers expert, impartial advice and innovative solutions for Defence and other elements of national security.
DSTO's scientists play a large role in the Defence Human Sciences Hub. The Hub helps to link the broad Defence Human Sciences community through its members list, sponsored activities and an annual Defence Human Sciences Symposium. Membership of the Human Sciences Hub is open to anyone with an interest in the application of the Human Sciences to Defence capability.
Founded in 1987, TechSmith is the world’s leading provider of screen capture and recording software for individual and professional use. People everywhere use our products to capture content from their screens <http://www.techsmith.com/snagit.asp> in ways that help them communicate more clearly, create engaging presentations <http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.asp> for diverse audiences, and analyze product usability and customer experience <http://www.techsmith.com/morae.asp> . With products localized into five languages and a distribution network of resellers in more than 30 countries, TechSmith’s global reach is continually expanding.
Who Are We The Hiser Group is Australia's most experienced usability and user-centred design firm. We design and evaluate interfaces: web sites, web applications, intranets, GUIs etc. We make them effective and easy to use by involving you and your customers in the design process.
What we do We customise our services for each engagement. Some of our consulting services include user interface design, usability testing, information architecture design, expert reviews and accessibility evaluations. We also run a number of public and in-house courses.
Tobii and Objective Digital
Tobii Technology is the world leader in hardware and software solutions for eye tracking. Eye tracking enables a computer to tell exactly where a person is looking. Using radical innovations in technology, Tobii's mission is to bring eye tracking into broader use in applications such as eye control interfaces to computers, design testing and medical diagnostics.
Objective Digital is the reseller of Tobii hardware and software solutions in Australia and New Zealand, catering to business, government and educational facilities. They also offer a range of usability research and design products which deliver positive digital experiences.
The CSIRO ICT Centre is the hub for ICT research in CSIRO, with a mission to deliver the enabling power of ICT across many industries. CSIRO offers the advantage of being able to innovate in ICT and apply the results for the benefit of Australia, based on our understanding of the needs and problems of the many sectors we work in.
Australian industries are enthusiastic adopters of ICT solutions so CSIRO focuses its ICT research in areas where our work has the potential to create competitive advantage for Australia as well as leading to globally adopted solutions.
Recognising that innovation can only make a difference if it is implemented in products and services, we also develop partnerships with businesses and governments to create streamlined paths to market for our research results.
ACID is the leader in interaction design, developing collaboration solutions for distributed communities.
ACID finds better ways for people to work, collaborate and create together - whether they're in the next room, another city, or the other side of the world.
With 120 university and industry researchers in Australia and New Zealand, our trans-disciplinary design method brings together developers, creatives, ethnographers and computer scientists who address specific research questions posed by partners and clients.
Our academic research, design consultancy expertise and living laboratories give our clients and partners a unique advantage in meeting their users' needs.
The Australian Computer Society (ACS) is the recognised body for Information and Communication Technology professionals and is one of the leading professional bodies of the world. With some 15,000 members from all segments of industry, it provides a wide range of services and opportunities for its members. It is the public face of the ICT profession and a guardian of educational standards and professional ethics in ICT.
ACS members work in all areas of business and industry, government and academia, and are qualified and experienced ICT professionals committed to the Society's Code of Ethics and Code of Professional Conduct and Professional Practice. ACS membership denotes a commitment to professionalism
Saab Systems – Delivering Exceptional Systems Solutions
Saab Systems' core business is advanced operational software intensive systems — development, integration, production and support for defence and professional applications.
University of South Australia
The University of South Australia is committed to educating professionals; creating and applying knowledge; engaging our communities; maintaining cultural diversity amongst its staff and students; and providing equitable access to education for greater numbers of people. In this way, UniSA continues to build on the long-standing traditions of its antecedent institutions.
UniSA was founded on 1 January 1991 through the amalgamation of the South Australian Institute of Technology and the Magill, Salisbury and Underdale campuses of the South Australian College of Advanced Education. Since then, it has quickly earned a reputation as a national leader in collaborative research, has been recognised nationally for innovation in teaching and has South Australia's largest intake of international students.