AUT has a long and successful history of collaboration and partnership between industry, businesses and students. We're proud of our strong links with business, industry and the wider community and have over 5,000 industry partners worldwide. Partnering with AUT gives you access to fresh talent, ideas and research that can benefit business and communities.
Sustainable seafood harvesting
AUT research helped Cloudy Bay Clams significantly increase its sustainable harvesting business, creating economic benefits for the local community and country.
Future work spaces
AUT researchers worked with Cisco Systems NZ to explore the benefits of teleworking, resulting in increased productivity and job satisfaction for Cisco staff.
Sleep discover solutions
AUT researchers worked with Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, world leaders in sleep apnea technology, to explore four main areas of respiratory and sinus conditions.
Identifying stroke risk
The Stroke Riskometer, developed by AUT researchers to calculate stroke risk factors, has been selected by leading doctors as a top health app.
Read more about how AUT research benefits business and communities
Organisations working with AUT students, graduates and researchers include:
- Auckland Council
- Auckland District Health Board
- Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
- Fisher & Paykel Healthcare
- Hewlett Packard NZ
- Johns Hopkins University
- Kea New Zealand
- Orion Health
- Plant and Food Research
- Princeton University
- Roche Diagnostics
- Rotary NZ
- The Warehouse
- University of Cambridge
Last updated: 13-Jun-2016 1.44pm
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