AI data fusion global leader SenSen establishes Gold Coast presence to support Queensland Smart City initiatives.

Queensland’s reputation as a global leader in Smart Cities is receiving a major boost with a decision by world-leading AI data fusion provider SenSen to set up a local outpost.

A leading provider of data science and analytics for Smart Cities worldwide, SenSen is opening an office at Cohort Innovation Space within Lumina at the Gold Coast Health & Knowledge Precinct. Establishing a base in Queensland will help the Company service its local clients, including Brisbane City Council, Logan City Council and City of Ipswich.

SenSen’s Smart City team works with city councils and the private sector to reduce road accidents, ease traffic congestion and automate monotonous, laborious tasks.

SenSen’s digital compliance solutions and data analytics engine work seamlessly in the background to improve the efficiency and productivity of residents and the commercial sector, all without interrupting the steady flow of people and vehicles that make a city hum. The company’s blue-chip clients are in Las Vegas and Chicago, USA; Calgary and Edmonton, Canada; Singapore and Brisbane, Ipswich and Logan, Australia.

SenSen’s Director of Smart Cities Australia and New Zealand, Nathan Rogers said the decision to establish a presence in Queensland is in line with the company’s accelerated growth plans.

“Joining an established AI hub at Cohort lets us collaborate and prime the market for digital compliance solutions,” Mr Rogers said.

“There is considerable hype and trust issues associated with AI, however by working with other AI providers we can devise strategies and help the market mature more quickly.  Our new presence at Lumina puts us in a position to get noticed and puts a larger spotlight on Australia and Queensland as AI innovators.

CoSpaces General Manager Ariana Margetts said SenSen will join a growing AI cluster at Lumina and a vibrant community of entrepreneurs, world-renowned researchers, scientists and technology experts who are already working at Cohort Innovation Space.

“For a global AI data fusion firm to establish its Queensland base at Cohort is a testament to the desirability of our innovation ecosystem here on the Gold Coast,” Ms Margetts said.

“We welcome SenSen as part of the Cohort community and know they will feel at home among so many incredible startups and scaleups already working within the space.”




SenSen Networks Limited (ASX:SNS) is a leading AI Data Fusion Enterprise that works with people, places and data to solve problems once thought technically impossible. The company’s patented network approach enables SenSen to offer customised, real-time and batch processing of data alongside SaaS solutions. The Company’s technology fuses complex video datasets at high speeds across multiple networks to assess and inform strategic actions across its enterprise verticals: Smart Cities, Parking, Tolling and Traffic Analytics, Civic Compliance, Retail, Casinos and Facilities. SenSen has clients on four continents and can be found in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, USA, Canada, India and UAE. SenSen is listed on the ASX as SNS and OTC as SNNSF.


Cohort is a launchpad for health and technology startups, innovators, new businesses, entrepreneurs and mentors. Cohort comprises of 46 coworking desks, 21 private offices with a further 76 desks, an AI lab, 3 PC1 and PC3 scientific labs, 4 meeting rooms, 2 boardrooms, a 150 person event space, podcast and live streaming studio, bike racks, showers and end of trip facilities. 

Cohort’s anchor tenants include the Gold Coast University Hospital’s Digital Transformation Centre and Griffith University’s academic incubator, Griffith Innovation Centre. Since opening in May 2019, Cohort has become one of the largest innovation spaces in Queensland, supported by two expansions and over $5 million in capital expenditure works and innovation programs from the Queensland Government.