Catered for MSIT students, the Information Systems Project takes you beyond theory into the practical application of skills through the opportunity to work with public and private companies, government agencies on real-world projects. The goal of these projects is to provide you with the skills necessary for structuring, managing, and carrying out information systems projects within an organisation.
The project provides the opportunity for you to consolidate and apply the skills and knowledge developed in previous coursework in a team-based approach to a real problem. You will be part of a student team who will work with a real-world client on a real-world problem of value to the client. Most important, this is an opportunity to apply the team's advanced engineering and management skills, including the specialised knowledge and skills needed to solve a real problem. In particular, yourself and team members must learn to work effectively with clients, quickly understand their problem, negotiate deliverables and then select, adapt and apply just the right amount of process and documentation to meet clients' needs and effectively manage the project.
Previous projects include:
|Exercise Benefits and Fitness Centre, UniSA||Fit eCity App|
|PT BIZ||Personal Trainer App|
|Digital Market Square||Personalized Weather Recommendation App|
|Data to Decision CRC||Business care for Digital Marketing Analytics in Australia|
|Digital Market Square and Menzies School of Health Research||Healthy Baby Mobile App|
|Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources||Development of a mobile app to designed to help the Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources record groundwater samples in remote areas. Visit News Story|
|Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure||Crash and Road Condition Analysis through Data Mining|
|Tea Tree Gully Council||Enterprise Resource Planning System Assessment and Recommendations|
|Department of E-Government||Single Entry Point Online Critical Success Factors and KPI|
|Intelligent Software Development Pty. Ltd.||Extending SimulAlt Online for Expertise Mapping and Energy Forecasting|