Corporate video production
Screencraft were commissioned by the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy to produce informative videos for two of the program funds trials alongside the Digital Regions Initiative. The project took our team to both Tasmania and Western Australia.
Connected - Any Student, Any School (CASAS) aims to link schools from across Tasmania’s three major school systems through a collaborative data centre. This data centre hosts a diverse range of educational resources from the public, independent and Catholic school systems. The program, known as 'Fronter', has been implemented at Newtown High School, Hobart where our team flew down to film this virtual learning environment.
The National Bushfire Prediction, Detection, Simulation and Early Warning System (NBP) will enable the prediction of bushfires for emergency services in
rural, regional and remote Australia with bushfire alerts via SMS and email, instant access to bushfire simulation maps, early warnings of nearby bushfires, testing of bushfire fighting techniques and bushfire prediction tool. We visited the Fire and Emergency Services Authority of Western Australia (FESA) in Perth to film how this new computer technology, know as Aurora, has been implemented.
For more information on the Digital Regions Initiative and their agreement visit their website here.
Director/Producer: Michael Fardell
Filming on location