WildHealth is a community space established to pull together a unique set of wildlife health resources and data, made available to wildlife health and biosecurity professionals.
The Veterinary Pathology community space - Vetpath provides access to a sophisticated, high-capacity virtual microscopy laboratory network, connecting sites across Australia deployed with an Animal Disease Knowledge Repository to be used by veterinary pathologists.
The RC&S community space is a testing ground for potential community moderators and participants to familiarise themselves with the community space features including access to mapping tools and facilitating remote diagnostics. As new communities are initiated and developed, the role of RC&S space will transition to a source of information on initiatives and meetings of relevance to biosecurity issues in northern Australia, and act as the medium for cross agency collaboration.
The Human Health Pathogen Profiling Intelligence Network community space is under construction. More information will be available soon.
The OSPEntos community space has been established to connect all AQIS entomologists around Australia to more efficiently share documents for comment and reference material. The site will primarily be used to enable collaboration around microscopy images and relevant and new issues in relation to diagnosing plant pests of quarantine concern.
The Aquatic Animal Health community space (NEPTUNE); a user-friendly information resource for training, storage, sharing, and analysis of aquatic animal health biosecurity data.
The Fruit Fly Surveillance and Predictive Modelling using BioSIRT community space establishes a national web interface for routine surveillance and response to fruit fly incidents. Built on the national BioSIRT platform, the space allows researchers and state, territory and commonwealth authorities to view and update a common set of trapping and treatment records.
The Fruit fly Body of Knowledge community space provides the plant biosecurity community with access to a wealth of knowledge used to conduct analyses for technical support for market access negotiations, for sustainable production and maintenance of domestic trade, for accessing information relating to non-chemical quarantine measures and for systems that were used prior to the registration and widespread use of chemicals.
The Biosecurity Intelligence Generation (BIG) community space facilitates collaboration amongst professional staff involved in the support of evidence based decision-making. Areas of activity include spatial systems, dynamic simulation, risk and uncertainty modelling and text-based intelligence scanning.
Biosecurity Info Exchange is a site designed for developing and testing prototype tools for intelligence gathering, foresight activities and knowledge sharing for the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF).
This Community Space supports the national Hendra Taskforce and associated research activities. It enables virtual collaboration and information sharing across Australia in Hendra research, surveillance, diagnostics and response.
This Community Space provides a secure space to document the location of marine debris around Australia. It also proves a networking opportunity for schools, educators, volunteers and other stakeholders interested in the impacts from debris and the associated national and global issues.
This Community Space exists to facilitate an online collaborative working space for de-centralised staff (across Tasmania) in the Biosecurity and Plant Health Branch of the Department Of Primary Industries, Parks, Water, and Environment.
This Community Space allows agency operational staff working with remote indigenous ranger groups in the top end of the Northern Territory to share a calendar and enable collaborative opportunities.
This Community Space was set up to better connect government biosecurity organisations with each other and indigenous communities across the Northern Territory and northern Western Australia.
The North Queensland Indigenous Rangers Community Space connects the QLD Department of Environment and Resource Management with indigenous rangers working in remote northern Queensland to enable more efficient collaboration and data sharing.
The Exercise Phantom Fox Community Space connects relevant stakeholder organisations for the planning and assessment of emergency response activities.
ABIN Operations Community Space is a virtual work environment established to support the operations of ABIN staff across Australia.
ABIN Infrastructure Services Online Training community space is under construction. More information will be available soon.