IoT Industry Events
Announcing the first round of 2019 IoT Festival participants!
Participants will include BMW, TransUrban, Melbourne Water, Boral and the City of Greater Bendigo, among many others.
Sydney Trains bring real-time occupancy data to stations
Indicator boards now show seat availability.
Sydney train drivers and guards to get 'sub-second' IoT alerts
Downer reveals plans to expand IoT project.
$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.
Australian company step closer to blockchain-enabled lighting plan
Vivid Technology will co-develop smart contracts to save customers money.
The IoT Awards are now open!
Don't miss this opportunity to gain recognition for you or your company's work with IoT technology.
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.
Farms create lots of data, but farmers don't control where it ends up and who can use it
Australian agricultural industries need to urgently address issues such as data sharing protocols and governance arrangements.
Newcastle using middleware to simplify city-scale IoT
Converting data to tackle ingestion challenge.
Engineers tap massive stream of IoT data from Sydney trains
Using IoT to improve maintenance.
Control, cost and convenience determine how Australians use the technology in their homes
Who’s the boss in a smart home?
nextmedia acquires IoT Festival
If IoT is relevant to your work, put this June Melbourne event in your calendar.
Raspberry Pi launches official mouse and keyboard
Keyboard gets three-port USB hub for added flexibility.
Why the future is looking good for Bluetooth Low Energy devices
Technical advances opening up more opportunities.
Three reasons so many IOT devices are insecure
And how to make sure your device is not one of them.
Sigfox floats idea of people-tracking at World Cup and Olympics
Low power network connects thousands of athletes.
Smart speakers are everywhere - and they're listening to more than you think
Machines that listen – such as Google Home – are now more common, but the technology can ‘hear’ so much more than just our voice commands.
Another Northern Territory council to light up smart LEDs
Palmerston expects connected LEDs will save $650,000 a year.
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