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$4 million "smart water" trial a success, says SA Water
Sensors detecting water main breaks in Adelaide CBD.
Tobacconist using IoT to track cigarette thieves
Here’s another use for low power wireless networks and devices – hiding them in retail goods to track thieves.
Survey reveals IoT developers' most-used tools
Results cover everything from CPU type to cloud platforms and programming languages.
Craft brewer using Internet of Things to fine-tune its ales
Using sensors and AI to produce Trappist Monk-style beer.
Microsoft buys OS that runs on 64Kb, battery powered devices
Aims to extend Azure's reach in industrial markets
Newcastle using middleware to simplify city-scale IoT
Converting data to tackle ingestion challenge.
Brisbane IoT company gets leg up from AMGC
Government-funded manufacturing group gets behind industrial monitoring outfit.
Australian council signs multi-million dollar "smart-water" app deal
Smart water project pays off.
Why the future is looking good for Bluetooth Low Energy devices
Technical advances opening up more opportunities.
Sigfox floats idea of people-tracking at World Cup and Olympics
Low power network connects thousands of athletes.
Another Northern Territory council to light up smart LEDs
Palmerston expects connected LEDs will save $650,000 a year.
"Australian first" smart lighting rollout a step closer
Darwin to get 10,000 wirelessly controlled lights.
Sydney Fish Market in "bait to plate" fish tracking project
Using sensors to create fish quality index.
Three data problems that can derail IOT projects
Tackle these issues early, or risk problems later.
Australia punching above its weight in IOT spending
Asia Pacific will be IOT hotspot in 2019.
Hand sanitiser dispensers raise IOT security concern
Microsoft steps up IOT security battle.
Microsoft Kinect reborn as smart eyes and ears for IOT
Using Azure AI to enable all-seeing sensor.
New IOT standard tackles default password problem
Securing childrens’ toys, door locks and other connected devices.
Blackberry celebrates "giant step forward"
Cylance buyout will bolster IOT credentials.
"We think we will have a lot of B2C applications", says Sigfox founder
Publishes radio specification to encourage IOT network usage.
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