Australian industry and government has access to a rapidly growing wealth of Internet of Things (IoT) data, which could be a game changer for productivity, resilience and sustainability.
With this in mind, attendees converged on the 2022 IoT Impact conference at the Melbourne Convention Centre on June 9 to share how they are harnessing the growing wealth of Internet of Things (IoT) data to improve productivity, resilience and sustainability.
The event gave attendees a chance to step outside their industry bubbles and learn how others are navigating the shift to a more technologically connected economy and society.
They heard from speakers working in the domains of health, energy, water, manufacturing, agricultural, government, ethics, telecommunications, construction, infrastructure, research and cybersecurity, technology and consumer rights.
Sustainability was among the key issues discussed - speakers laid out the need for better data about everything from energy and water usage to carbon emissions, and progress on these fronts.
Key issues also ranged from cyber security to hospitals at home, supply chain traceability and the ethical issues looming as IoT usage increases.
The event sponsors included 365mesh powered by Outcomex, IBM, Inauro, ASUS, KPMG, Nokia, Meshed, Iota, ASUS, CSIRO, Armis, KORE, NNNCo, Optus, Extranet Systems, Enex Testlab, mIoT, Milesight, iottag, intechnology, Taoglas, Rohde & Schwarz and Würth Elektronik.
Click the right arrow on the photo to see some of the key speakers.