The CTO of COLETEK (Luke Cole) originally worked for Hemisphere GPS as a "Robotics Engineer" implementing auto-guidance solutions for agriculture tractors and quadbikes. Luke Cole also worked at Location Aware Technologies (433) developing indoor tracking devices. And also worked for leading research institutes such as NICTA, CSIRO and ANU Robotics System Lab (lead by Alex Zelinsky).
Lance Cole has also worked at NICTA and has a background of various hardware development, such as working for a contract company to the US millary (EOS), building the Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station (CROWS).
Margate is an eastern suburb of Redcliffe City, Queensland. The area features family beaches and is currently undergoing a major urban beautification project aimed at brining business to its vibrant shopping precinct.
Margate is a coastal strip which features one of Moreton Bay area's longest mainland stretches of sand beach.
It also boasts a long, flat boardwalk promenade, making it ideal for those who like to walk, cycle, rollerblade or even scooter, and producing a lively and active atmosphere just metres from the waters of Moreton Bay.
Seating and shelters, with barbecues and other picnic amenities are located at regular intervals along the esplanade for visitors to enjoy. Also a popular swimming spot its expanse of clean white sand and sheltered waters makes it a favorite dipping spot for families with young children.
When the wind is up, Scotts Point at the southern end of Margate is perfect for windsurfing. This is one of the very few locations close to Brisbane which is not particularly affected by tide.
Margate is a small seaside town located on the Channel Highway between North-West Bay and the Snug Tiers, five kilometres (3.1 miles) south of Kingston in Tasmania. The town has a population of 959 averaging a 7% decline (according to the 2001 census). However more people live in the immediate region around the town. Margate is part of the Kingbourough Municipality and is a frequent 'pit-stop' for those travelling south towards Snug, Kettering or Bruny Island. Vineyards, grazing fields and stands of trees surround the town and its approaches.
Recent history has seen Margate strongly affected by the building boom of the early 'noughties' with new housing developments in almost all directions. This in some ways reflects demographic themes within the population. A fair percentage of the population commute into the greater Hobart area while the rest are employed locally in either the service industry or commercial enterprises such as the Fish factory.
The Religious buildings include, All Saints Anglican Church, Margate Christian Church, Margate 'One Way' Reformed Church, Seventh-day Adventist Church, Jehovah Witness 'Kingdom Hall'.