We are setting out to give kids greater ‘eSteam’.

In a unique marriage of tech (what we’re terming ‘real-world IoT‘) with a global connection kids will now be able to not only compare data but learn stories first hand from around the world.

A new type of company – committed to an outward looking, real-world STEAM curricula.

The project is about tech but, moreover, universal languages including science and maths.

It is about the condition we all share – the human condition.

It is about the veracity of:

  • scientific accuracy
  • undiluted truth (and not the noise around them) and
  • the possibility of many local & distant connections.

It will achieve these primarily through:

  • Pulse which will be the connection to the community
  • Dashboard – connection to the world.

Importantly this in NOT about advertising and comes to the school on a strict sponsorship-only
support model.

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Casey’s first time solar compacting bins

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The bins are a great upgrade to the old standard metal waste bins, as they feature cool new smart technology like solar power, remote monitoring and the compacting element which is 85% more efficient with waste and carbon emission reductions.

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Joondalup total upgrade

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Waste innovation comes to Casey

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When the best suburbs demand the best

Town of Mosman Park smart bin upgrades – ‘higher level benefits’ The Town of Mosman Park has one of the highest per capita incomes of any Council in Australia. Expectations

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Stirling meets seat

Meet was recently tested by competitive Tender in the City of Stirling. Stirling undertook a year long review, receiving submissions from around Australia and put all designs to a panel of

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Our ‘Community Connectors’ website

The first of its type, it complements our community business model that is a very different approach involving a ‘shared value’ approach.

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