In 2009,10 and 11 LTU provided a total seed funding of $125,000 aged care, health care, human resource management and BI projects. The funding was replicated about 8 times through external funding leading to national and international impact and translation into practice through engagement with 35 partners in industry, government and communities as well as 23 research institutions (Appendix 1). In the period 2013-18, the research funding and projects in aged care, autism and intellectual disability, special needs education and human resource management led to investigation and development of people process and intelligent humanoid social robt assistiive technology models in the above. areas. The successful development and deployments in human service settings in above areas have led significant impact and translation into practice in residential aged care, home-based autism support, special needs education and human resource management
For brevity engagement with all industry partners and research institutions is not included in this document. If required engagement details can be provided with industry partners and research institutions not included in the report in this document. The report is written in narrative form as requested by the MBIMS (Masters of Business Information Management and Systems) Industry advisory board and industry partners.