IoT Industry Events
ACT property developer to deploy voice control
Smart home devices will go into 53 new townhouses.
Skyfii signs three-year property analytics agreement
Agreement covers 31 shopping centres and offices.
Queensland sugarcane body trials KPMG blockchain platform
Joins KPMG clients in Japan and China piloting new platform.
Cisco unveils building block for future networking
Announces 'universal' routing silicon.
Optus looking to deploy 2300MHz in 2020
Touts potential for faster 5G speeds following test data call using 2300MHz spectrum.
Here’s Telstra's primer on the road ahead for 5G
A basic refresher on latency, speed and other aspects of 5G evolution.
Australian smart building system wins praise
IoT solution impresses Australia's Facility Management Association.
We're using lasers and toaster-sized satellites to beam information faster through space
The electromagnetic spectrum we can access with current technologies is completely occupied.
AWS deploying infrastructure into 5G carriers' data centres
The cloud giant is getting intimate with carriers to enable its new edge service.
Half of Rio Tinto’s haul trucks will be autonomous-capable by year-end
Mining giant steps up deployment of autonomous technology.
Invitations now open to speak at the 2020 IoT Festival!
Find out who we're opening the stage up to and whether your organisation could take part.
Smart tech systems cut congestion for a fraction of what new roads cost
Are we getting good value for money? Could cheaper alternatives deliver more benefits?
Australian nav-tech outfit attracts $20 million investment
Technology used by the likes of NASA, Airbus and Tesla.
Government releases draft IoT security code, IoTAA calls for product cert
The IoTAA wants clear indication that products conform to the Australian Government's new draft voluntary IoT Code of Practice.
Satya Nadella's 4 messages for Australian developers
Microsoft's CEO visited Sydney this week to talk about how developers can tackle growing data volumes and complexity.
Driverless vehicles and pedestrians don't mix. So how do we re-arrange our cities?
Cities are not going to easily give up their cherished walkability to thousands of self-driving vehicles.
Australia’s largest meat processor in beef-tracking trial
Major beef company working with Microsoft partner on IoT trial.
Transport for NSW announces smart parking trial
Data from four car parks now available via app.
Lendlease puts weight behind 'file-to-factory' home design software
Construction giant continues pushing its digital agenda.
Optus touts 5G-networked drones for video surveillance
Connects drone to cloud to identify and track objects.