Connecting the Dinosaur Age to the Broadband Age

The Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum (AAOD) is taking a leading role in adopting new technologies using the National Broadband Network (NBN) and looking into ways it can bring dinosaurs and palaeontology from far flung dig sites and international museums straight to Australian school kids.

Having high-speed broadband available to every school, classroom and home living room, via a combination of fibre, fixed wireless and satellite technology, could mean that children all over Australia will be able to tap into resources and locations in different parts of the world, at any time.

“We’re unearthing Australia’s dinosaur records at a rate never before seen in the history of this country,” says Leith Wavish, NSW Society Director from the Australian Age of Dinosaur Museum.

via NBN Co

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