Events

Australian Cities Getting Smarter

Ever been shocked by size of your business’s quarterly water bill? Wouldn’t it be great if you could track your consumption in real time every hour of every day?

Ever seen an over-flowing industrial bin on a construction site? What if the bin could self-notify when it was full and send out an alert to be collected?…

FLYING COWBOY DRONES, MILKING ROBOTS, & SELF-SIZING TRAINS

Automation is rapidly changing our world. The promise of the Internet of Things (IoT) is being applied across an ever-broadening cross-section of the economy. And it’s not science fiction!

IoT is all about how computing technology is being applied to everyday devices in order to transmit and receive data.…

THE SERIOUS BUSINESS OF KEEPING SAFE

Safety Management is a critical and important aspect of business.  In fact, these days we hear about safety in our workplaces in pretty much everything we do.

When we get on a flight we hear the same safety instructions and what to do in the event of danger. …

LET’S ACT TO SUPPORT KIDS AT RISK

For more than 28 years Act for Kids has worked tirelessly to prevent and treat child abuse and neglect.

Tolerro proudly supports the work of this Australian charity which helps kids and young people to overcome their experiences through long-term intensive therapy.…

TOLERRO CELEBRATES LIFE WITH LIFEFLIGHT

 

LifeFlight is a world leader in aeromedical care delivering emergency lifesaving treatment through its fleet of helicopters and air ambulances.

Tolerro is proud to support LifeFlight Foundation, a community-based organisation raising vital funds for LifeFlight.

This year Tolerro will sponsor the foundation’s Brisbane benefit gala, a major fundraising celebration being held at the Royal International Convention Centre on 12 May.…

Are we disaster-proofing critical infrastructure?

Around the world natural disasters pose a significant risk to critical infrastructure. Whether it’s an earthquake, a hurricane, or a tsunami, the scale of long term devastation is directly related to how well a nation’s infrastructure is able to cope.

Essentially, in the wake of a disaster, can people still receive the clean water, food, shelter and energy they need to ward off starvation and disease.…

Tolerro backs NZ ride supporting kids with autism

2018 Chain Reaction Women's 300The 2018 Chain Reaction corporate cycling challenge will raise much-needed funds in support of children with autism and the work of AEIOU foundation.

Chain Reaction 2018 will see 60 riders, including Tolerro’s own Catherine Daly, undertaking an incredible 1000km, seven-day journey from Christchurch to Queenstown on New Zealand’s South Island.…

Catherine’s long ride to help sick kids

Tolerro team member Catherine Daly, has completed a massive 300km cycling challenge to help raise funds for sick kids.Chain Reaction Tolerro

The ride, known as the Women’s 300, set off from Byron Bay on 6 October. Forming part of the Chain Reaction corporate bike riding challenge, the three-day event takes cyclists north over the Queensland border, through the Gold Coast and on to the finish line in Brisbane.…