On the show this week was Yolanda Strengers, Associate Professor from Monash University. She discussed about the research done which evaluated the benefits, opportunities and challenges of incorporating smart home devices into the homes and lives of older people living in regional communities.
“Older people are a marginalised demographic when it comes to the design of smart home devices and are often underrepresented in user studies,” said Monash University Project Lead, Associate Professor in the Emerging Technologies Research Lab, Yolande Strengers.
We also invited Matt Barr, Chief Product Officer of eftpos Australia.eftpos aims to have the QR code payments network in trial by mid-year, designed to be low cost and facilitate many value added opportunities for merchants and consumers. It is intended to seamlessly link loyalty, offers, receipts and more, while also driving deeper customer engagement. The national rollout is expected to be completed in 2022.
This week we invited Lindsay Brown, Vice President for Asia Pacific from LogMeIn. He talked about password psychology and we there is a need to be more cautious in setting up passwords for each of your online accounts.
We also invited Hugh Treseder, Founder and CEO of Flotespace. Hugh shared their new technology system that will enable Flotespace users to see every time slot they can potentially book a boat on the platform, in real-time and will be the first of its kind in Australia, as no other boating hire platform in Australia currently offers this feature.
Flotespace is proud to be Australia’s leading boat hire specialists, catering for any event on the water. We make it easy to book amazing boats in Sydney, yachts on the GoldCoast, or catamarans in The Whitsundays so you can enjoy the boating lifestyle with friends or family. Get on board!
This week we invited Brad Marshall, Child Psychologist / Founder of The Unplugged Psychologist,on to the show and discussed details about this year’s Safer Internet Day with a focus on internet safety for kids and teens.
Earlier in the week we interviewed Robert Corkhill, Marketing Communications Manager from Acer and shared their newest 2021 Laptop line up.
Acer’s Swift 5, is a highly portable new machine with the latest technology packed inside. With the latest 11th gen Intel Core processor line available, 1TB of high-speed solid-state storage, Intel Iris XE graphics, this laptop can handle it all. And with a 56-watt-hour battery, it achieves up to 17 hours of power.
Designed for working on the move, the Acer Swift 3X has all the features you need in a modern laptop. With great performance from the 11th Gen Intel processor, long battery life of up to 17 hours and beautiful 14-inch display, this laptop can help you get things done on the move.
Acer’s Concept D line pairs powerful hardware with beautiful colour-calibrated displays and high-quality pen input. ConceptD’s Ezel models have an innovative hinge that provides artists with an easier way than ever to draw and paint on the laptop.