IoT Industry Events
Cisco Live Melbourne and Mobile World Congress Barcelona cancelled
Concerns about coronavirus result in cancellation of two major technology conferences for 2020.
Telstra grows number of IoT services to nearly 3.5 million
The number of Telstra IoT services in operation during the recent half year was up by 23% compared to same period a year earlier.
Melbourne to host the Microsoft IoT in Action event
Get yourself across Microsoft IoT strategy and key offerings in one day.
Major Australian produce supplier will use AI to predict berry yield
Costa Group is working with The Yield, Food Agility and UTS to predict berry yields.
New National Blockchain Roadmap picks three winners
Gives strong signal to the IT channel of where to invest and sell.
Gartner analytics 'visionary' ramps up Australian presence
Analytics platform provider Sisense opens Sydney office following US$100 million investment round.
LoRaWAN users to get more space gateways, network peering
Read about two key announcements from The Things Conference.
AI can now read emotions – should it?
Emotion recognition technology, an outgrowth of facial recognition technology, continues to advance quickly.
Sponsorships now available for the 2020 IoT Festival
Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of Australia's standout event for buyers and sellers of IoT.
Victorian Government taps NNNCo to rollout IoT network for farms
Network to provide coverage to about 600 farms.
As cities grow, the Internet of Things can help us get on top of the waste crisis
Melbourne and other Australian cities can further develop its waste-management strategy and policy to promote resource efficiency with IoT.
ACMA to set EME standards for mmWave 5G devices
Looks to 2018 technical report for guidance.
Victoria's Western Water used IoT to monitor irrigators
WaterGroup and NNNco supplied technology for managing recycled water.
Sydney enviro-tech firm to raise $70 million to buy Melbourne IoT company
Sydney company Envirosuite aims to be global leader in air, noise and water monitoring.
Wireless charging company brings IoT vision to Australia
Provides another trick for smart buildings.
As Digital Earth gains momentum, China is setting the pace
The vision of Digital Earth that Al Gore first proposed in 1992 is becoming a reality.
CSIRO shows farmers water pollution in real-time
Could help farmers save money and reduce damage to Great Barrier Reef.
Microsoft announces global carbon reduction technology push
Sweeping announcement covers $1 billion innovation fund, partnerships, supply chain and customers’ use of AI and IoT.
Sprint taps Telstra to extend IoT platform to Australia
Enables US-based businesses to use Sprint’s IoT platform down under.
Telstra joins global 5G collaboration
Group aims for interoperable 5G specifications across Asia-Pacific, Europe and Americas.
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