IoT Industry Events
Melbourne's Future Smart Mobility Summit to connect government, industry leaders
November event will explore policy, governance and technological requirements.
Virtual fences and cattle: how new tech could allow effective, sustainable land sharing
Technological tools could unlock a new system of resource sharing in agriculture which is ethical and productive.
Using tech to save wine from bushfire smoke
The right software models could save winemakers from smoke taint.
Fascinating IoT-related talks to see at CEBIT Australia this year
From back-room smart city decision making to how the New South Wales Government shares data.
Origin Energy to deploy RPA platform to 14.5K commercial customers
Signs three-year deal with BidEnergy.
Today is your last chance to take the Australian IoT survey!
So far, respondents most want to read about Australian IoT projects, AI and business benefits of IoT.
Canberra's older drivers take wheel in semi-autonomous car trial
Studying ability to drive Tesla.
Logged out: farmers in Far North Queensland are being left behind
New report details the impacts of low levels of "digital inclusion" among farmers in Far North Queensland.
Vicinity Centres reaps benefits of real-time shopper data
Owner of Sydney's QVB and Chatswood Chase reveals more about data usage.
Former Optus IoT practice lead joins Thinxtra
Low power network provider trumpets hiring of Anthony Stewart.
Women working with the Internet of Things – have your views published!
Discuss IoT issues, meet your peers and raise your industry profile - in one hour.
Sydney's $600m smart motorway project to be put to the test
M4 to trial intelligent transport systems.
Zi-Argus shows off universal IIoT dashboard at automation expo
One dashboard to rule them all.
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Reekoh introduces "device simulators" to lower IoT costs
Tackling hardware headaches that arise during IoT development.
How Australia can make AI work for our economy, and for our people
Getting the balance right between opportunity and risk arising from the AI revolution will be essential to the future fabric of Australia.
Sidewalk Toronto's master plan raises urgent concerns about data privacy
The proposed Quayside neighbourhood in Toronto will collect data from individuals in public spaces, but getting consent is a tricky issue.
ParKam's smart parking project at Curtin University will be a world-first
Will use cameras and cloud-based image processing to monitor nearly 6,000 car parking bays.
Global systems integrators are the gatekeepers of IoT
New research digs into how vendors are turning to global SIs.
NNNCo attracts $8 million investment from energy consultancy
Will expand its LoRaWAN network in Australia.