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).
Woody Point is the south-eastern suburb of the Redcliffe peninsula in Queensland, Australia. It was formerly a banana plantation.
Perched on the southern tip of Brisbane’s Redcliffe Peninsula, on the shores of Bramble Bay, Woody Point developed in the shadow of a significant slice of Queensland history.
In 1799, Matthew Flinders landed on the peninsula, took one look at the colour of the cliffs, and saddled the location with a name that endures to this day.
Twenty-five years on, the peninsula was selected as the site of Queensland’s first penal colony, despite reservations about relocating prisoners to such a beautiful spot. But, within a year the prisoners were moved to a location on the Brisbane River to escape the menace posed by local Aborigines and mosquitoes.
Today Redcliffe's beaches are a favourite Brisbane aquatic playground where city folk and their visitors can swim, sail, fish or lie back and watch the dolphins and, in season, humpback whales cavort in Moreton Bay. Visitors with time and energy on their side can enjoy the scenic sights of Redcliffe and the bay from the vantage point of the 20km cycle track which skirts the coastline.