What jobs and skills will be needed in the machine era?
[Blog post] In 2030 we’ll all need entrepreneurial skills, according to a study commissioned by Dell.
To Industry 4.0 and beyond
Will many companies skip straight to Industry 5.0?
The good news on IoT security
People are working on much-needed initiatives – here are the most promising.
Will Australia miss out on IoT opportunities?
[Guest blog] Dell’s Danny Elmarji explains how we can unlock IoT’s potential.
The foggy future of IoT
What edge and fog computing will bring to the industry.
SproutX: making things smarter down on the farm
Agtech startups complete accelerator program.
Making bike-sharing work in Australia
Mobike claims its technology sets it apart in a competitive market.
Eight predictions on how machines will impact society
[Guest blog] Danny Elmarji sets out Dell Technologies’ vision of how humans and machines will work increasingly in concert.
Battle for ownership of IoT data
Why farmers are jail-breaking their tractors.
Auckland’s smart city priorities revealed
ICT and smart city plans due by the end of 2017.
BlueScope Building Components’ many uses for IoT
Predictive process controls, equipment monitoring, safety and more.
Why smart parking could save millions
Study quantifies the cost of 'parking pain'.
How IoT enables the ‘experience economy’
Delivering the data for personalisation.
How IoT is optimising irrigation for NZ farmer
Using Schneider Electric, Microsoft, Vodafone and local solutions.
Unlocking the future of speech-based services
Smart home devices are the new frontier for developers such as Acquia.
Key IoT sectors in NZ identified
IoT alliance flags $NZ2.2 billion opportunity.
Wollongong to get city-wide LoRaWAN network
UOW, Meshed to expand on network implemented last year.
Wyndham Council uses AR to visualise the future
Leveraging HoloLens tech to render planned city works.
Turning street lights into a smart city network
"One platform, multiple applications."
Smart city ‘killer use case’ doesn’t exist
Focus should be on liveability, Accenture executive says.
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