Study smart technologies—from virtual reality and artificial intelligence, to smart homes and cities—and you’ll have the knowledge and skills to redefine the way we live.
Smart technologies is an incredibly innovative and exciting field. Working in this rapidly evolving sphere, you’ll bring together infrastructure, technology and the Internet to:
- create safer, more efficient services and living environments
- provide faster, more affordable and lower-risk access to basic needs
- enrich people’s experiences of their environment.
You can major in Smart Technologies in our:
- Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Environmental)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical and Electronic)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Mechanical)
Taking this path will give you the opportunity to complete courses related to mobile and wireless systems, computer networks, and autonomous systems.
Studying at the home of the Australian Institute for Machine Learning, you’ll gain first-hand experience working with cutting-edge technology companies in South Australia. You will also hone your skills through a final-year honours project, in which you’ll help develop a real-life smart-technologies solution. For example, several 2016-17 Smart Technologies majors contributed to development of the University’s driverless BMW car.
Careers in smart technologies
Our Smart Technologies major will prepare you for engineering careers of the future. It covers the key technologies that will enable ‘smart cities’, including:
- computer networks
- wireless connectivity
- computer modelling.
Set on engineering but don’t meet the entry requirements?
We want to ensure everyone with a passion for engineering can pursue it. If you don’t have the prerequisites to directly enter an engineering degree, but attained a Selection Rank of 70 or above and completed SACE Stage 2 Mathematical Methods (or equivalent), consider our engineering pathway program. Successful completion will guarantee you a place in your preferred Adelaide engineering degree. Find out more about the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) – Engineering Pathway.