In the spirit of reconciliation with our First Nations Peoples, we at Shoal acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past, present and emerging and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

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MBSE in transport

Case study: MBSE for complex rail transport systems

Transport for New South Wales’ (TfNSW) Digital Systems Program (DSP) will transform Sydney’s rail network to create high capacity ‘turn up and go’ services to meet growing demand. It will…

SmartSat CRC workshop

SmartSat CRC workshop

On Monday 17 August, Shena Howell presented at the SmartSat CRC Workshop. Shena is Shoal’s Program Lead – Space Systems Engineering. Her presentation was called ‘Next generation digital engineering for…

Victorian Ports System: White paper

The Victorian ports system has continuously evolved to become a series of four commercial and 14 local ports across Victoria today. They are on the front line of Australia’s international…

Realising a National Resilience Framework

We set out on the path to ‘Reframe our future’, as a way to step out of the Australian response to the Coronavirus Pandemic of ‘damage control’ and bring a…

Shoal interns 2020

Meet last year’s interns – 2019/20

If you’re considering applying for our Shoal Internship 2021, let us introduce you to our interns from last Summer, Albert, Jordan, Oscar, Rijul and Ross. Around this time last year,…

Project management - capturing lessons learnt

Capturing lessons learnt

After months working with a client on a project, meeting all deliverables, on time and to budget, we know that, in itself, this is a measure of success. But with…

Corporate leadership team

Shoal re-engineers our future

Shoal is pleased to announce a new corporate structure that aligns our business to bring us closer to our customers. This changes the emphasis of our business from managing activities…

Meet our interns 2019

Meet our Interns 2019

Meet Victoria and Tom.  They joined Shoal as Summer Interns in 2018/19 and are still working with us today. Victoria and Tom met at the University of Adelaide, where they…

Project management - plan for the unexpected

Plan for the unexpected

As the projects we work on often delve into the unknown, we must be open to new information, changing system influences (particularly for projects that span many years) and evolving…

Project management - lines of communication

Opening lines of communication

Misinformation, misunderstandings, inefficient information exchange, poor feedback and input mechanisms, lost emails, internal – client collaboration, remote working and distributed teams all add further complexity to an already complex project….