AURIN engages with research groups and organisations across the country to empower cutting edge research into Australian towns and cities, and to provide the data and analytical environments needed to answer the big questions about our communities.
National Open Space Working Group
AURIN is collaborating with researchers from across Australia to bring our research and policy communities high quality, nationally consistent open space data. Our collective goal is to develop a consistent data model for the capture and communication of open spaces, which can leverage new conceptual and linked data techniques to deliver meaningful, ongoing results.
AURIN is collaborating with a range of eResearch facilities on Tinker. Tinker forms part of national research infrastructure that supports Australian researchers in the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (HASS). The HASS research community is the largest portion of the Australian research landscape by any measure, commonly understood to comprise more than 40% of current funded research.