Commit Works is a team of experienced business improvement and technology experts who got tired of the waste and old-fashioned tools used in operations consulting.

We believe that “successful operations are built by people who make commitments to each other and then deliver on them”. If you do this over and over again, every shift, day and week, you build trust and reliability into your businesses results.

Previously known as Fewzion (the name of our first product), we have since rebranded to Commit Works. Commit Works encompasses:

  • our Fewzion and Visual Ops products
  • our mission is to improve trust and commitment in workplaces in order to deliver extraordinary results
  • our commitment to streamlining and enhancing operations.

Michael Coughlan, founder of Rhino Floats, has development underway for two revolutionary products designed to reduce the chance of back injuries common amongst many concreters.

As a former concreter, Michael was inspired by the permanent injuries he has sustained from the concreting process over the years.

Rhino Floats will introduce two new products to the concreting industry: a vibrating float and a mini rotary trowel machine, enabling workers to concrete from a standing position.

Now at the production and testing phase of development, Rhino Floats is anticipated to reduce workplace injury and improve quality of life for workers in the concreting and building industry.

The board of Directors and founding members of The Share Collective bring to the site a wealth of knowledge gained through their many years of experience in the fields of Mining, Research and Technology Solutions.

This knowledge has been used to create a platform with a strong focus on its end users; where Mining Company Executives can evaluate the outcome of projects, equipment suppliers can look for their next sales opportunity, and investors can maximise the value they get from each trade and transaction.

Emesent is a drone autonomy and data analytics spin-out from CSIRO’s Data61. After raising $3.5 million in venture capital to commercialise its first product, Hovermap, Emesent was launched in November 2018.

The first funding round was led by Main Sequence Ventures, which manages the CSIRO Innovation Fund, and Andy Greig from ACAC Innovation.

Directed by Stefan Hrabar and Farid Kendoul, former researchers from CSIRO’s Data61, Emesent is now commercialising their revolutionising award-winning drone autonomy technology.

With multiple applications across several industries, Hovermap and our other solutions are being used commercially for a variety of applications by early adopters in Australia, US, Canada, China and Japan.