TAKING regional ingenuity to the masses, ICT International has presented at the Asia Pacific’s largest business technology exhibition CeBIT.
The local company showcased its integrated wireless monitoring instruments for plant, soil and environmental monitoring.
CEO Susan Cull met with German consul general Lothar Freischlader at the event.
“Our participation at CeBIT sends the message that NSW government is giving every opportunity to businesses to thrive and develop business opportunity whether you are a city based company or a regional driver of innovation like ICT International”, Ms Cull said.
The companies Sap Flow Meters and Psychrometers have been used with California’s tallest trees in the world and the Amazon rainforests to research the effects of climate change across the world. They have also been used at mine sites in Australia and Peru, Northern Canada and a 170 year old Moreton Bay Fig tree at Government House in Sydney.