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Sports Technology and Sports Engineering in Queensland

Welcome to the Queensland Sports Technology Cluster (QSTC). The QSTC was formed to provide a range of integrated sports technology, services gathered from a long history of competitive success with Australia's elite sporting bodies to transform sporting organisations with the aid technology and develop products for the serious recreational athlete.

Members 
SABEL Labs, Griffith School of Engineering, Griffith University

Centre for Applied Sports Science Research, Queensland Academy of Sport

Physiolytics Research Centre, Charles Darwin University, 

Centre for Healthy Activity Sport and Exercise, University of the Sunshine Coast 

Ohgi Laboratory, Keio University, Praxis Sport -

Research Partners Australian Institute of Sport - Cricket Australia - International Cricket Council - Olympic Winter Institute of Australia - RMIT - Bond University

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