Digital Partnerships Program

The Digital Partnerships Program is an Northern Territory (NT) Government initiative to support the local information and communication technology (ICT) industry, and aims to:

  • increase the competitiveness and productivity of Territory enterprises and support economic growth in the Territory
  • develop partnerships between the digital sector and other key industry sectors in the Territory
  • develop innovative digital solutions to meet local challenges, and
  • build capacity and support local jobs within Territory digital industries.

For more information on the program, go to the NT Government Innovation website.

Program projects

Water Smart Sensor System

Status: Completed

A water smart sensor system has been developed to reduce water use in parks and gardens by Sterling NT (Mycor) in partnership with Bluereef Technology and IVM Group.

Read more about the Water Smart Sensor System on the Innovation website.


Status: Completed

NightKey is a biometric identity management system; the open platform can be used in multiple industries and integrates with other systems. NightKey was redeveloped by DEVA Darwin in partnership with Professional IT Solutions and One IT Services.

Digital Facility

Status: Completed

A digital resource and development facility was established at the Darwin Innovation Hub by Paspalis Enterprise, One IT Services, Server Room Specialists and Charles Darwin University.

Digital Access to Remote Renewable Energy Systems

Status: Near completion

The Digital Access to Remote Renewable Energy System (DARRES) is in development by DICE Australia, in partnership with New Futures IT and Balance Utility Solutions, to improve the monitoring and sustainability of renewable energy systems for remote communities and businesses.

Read more about DARRES on the Innovation website.

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