Below is a summary of selected consortium deployment-ready and/or commercially available outputs. ASAC has direct access to these outputs for the purpose of trialling, evaluating, utilising and/or further modification/co-development. Additionally, ASAC can facilitate deployment and/or commercialisation opportunities
One of ASAC’s first outputs was the re-development and re-launch of the WorkAlert® website as a key research translation initiative of ASAC and the Sleep Health Foundation. As a freely available educational resource for industry, WorkAlert® shares science-driven tips and knowledge on how employers and employees can keep themselves and their workplaces alert and safe.
Together with Philips, the consortium developed a clinically validated questionnaire and scoring algorithm designed to identify likely sleep problems.
The Philips SmartSleep Analyzer facilitates the personalised assessment of sleep problems and provides customised feedback and recommendations to help consumers take charge of their sleep health.
AlertSafe Rostering is a cloud-based integrated rostering system that helps employers analyse and/or design an optimal roster that takes into account employees' constraints and preferences, and seeks to limit and mitigate worker fatigue. The tool has been commercialised by Australian SME partner Opturion Pty Ltd.
Alertness API is an application programming interface developed at the University of Sydney that allows users to interact with bio-mathematical models of alertness and integrate them with other applications, such as those used to improve alertness in shift work and jetlag settings. It enables prediction of the impact of work schedules and lifestyle choices, e.g., lighting, on sleep, circadian rhythms and alertness, and design of recommendations. The API supports configurable output, making it customisable for a wide range of applications: