Australia's top IoT projects revealed
Meet the winners of our 2018 IoT Awards.
Progress launches DIY anomaly detection on Amazon Web Services
Progress DataRPM enables sensor data to be uploaded to AWS and analysed for signs of machine failures.
SAS sharpens focus on IoT analytics in ANZ
The analysis software specialist has set up a local team to tack the IoT market.
Preventing failures in SA’s water network
SA Water wins the IoT Project of the Year at IoT Awards.
Connecting weather stations simply and securely
Ardexa and the NSW DPI win Best Primary Industry Project at IoT Awards.
Enabling service stations to keep stock of fuel
EMS and DiUS win Best Secondary Industry Project at IoT Awards.
Using AI to support independent living for seniors
Sofihub wins Best Healthcare or Sport Project at the IoT Awards.
Platform integrates fragmented IoT systems
Reekoh wins the Best IoT Product or Platform at IoT Awards.
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How IoT will help drive digital transformation
Ovum report puts IoT in Australia's top three digital technologies.
Unlocking the riches of smart home data
Users’ attitude to privacy is key, says research firm.
Ericsson doubles forecast for cellular IoT connections
3.5 billion IoT devices by 2023, company says.
IoT-enabled cows! Will humans follow?
Aussie startup develops implantable monitor.
Autonomous vehicles face 700 legal hurdles
But NTC aims for regulatory framework by 2020.
Combining IoT and blockchain for supply chain tracking
Ultimo Digital Technologies highly commended in IoT Awards.
The Aussie company metering South Korea’s water
Freestyle Technology highly commended in IoT Awards.
Privacy-protected monitoring for older Australians
Umps Health highly commended in IoT Awards.
Aussie networking code in millions of IoT products
Clarinox highly commended in IoT Awards.
Siemens gives SA uni $450m of software for IoT
Grants aim to boost Industry 4.0.
NetComm Wireless joins Ericsson IoT platform
Faster onboarding for lightweight M2M devices.