|formerly: Public Company|
|Owen Hill (Founder)|
Applied Technology, was founded by Owen Hill in 1975 in Australia. He was a pioneer producer of home computers that ran CP/M on Zilog Z80 microprocessors. Their MicroBee computer (1982) was the first commercial personal computer manufactured in Australia. The computers were used by schools in Australia and Sweden and by BMW car dealers in Australia.
- "Applied Technologies / Microbee 32", at the old computers museum
- "The MicroBee Story" Archived April 16, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.
- Secret of project Granny Smith By Gordon Laing, July 12, 2005 - theage.com.au
- Microbee Greg Microbee Dealer Conference, Sydney, 1984, Lincoln Computer Centre
- "Microbee Systems: When Owen Hill Stood Still". Your Computer. February 1986.
- " Applied Technology aka Microbee Systems, Microworld and Honeysoft"
- THOMPSON COUPLINGS LIMITED, ASIC