IoT Industry Events
Sidewalk Toronto's master plan raises urgent concerns about data privacy
The proposed Quayside neighbourhood in Toronto will collect data from individuals in public spaces, but getting consent is a tricky issue.
IoT Alliance Australia's "State of the nation" event is next week
The KPMG-hosted event will take place in Sydney on July 31.
KPMG's IoT leader takes strategic role at IoTAA
Piers Hogarth-Scott takes key position at Australia's peak IoT industry body.
ParKam's smart parking project at Curtin University will be a world-first
Will use cameras and cloud-based image processing to monitor nearly 6,000 car parking bays.
Global systems integrators are the gatekeepers of IoT
New research digs into how vendors are turning to global SIs.
Deakin engineer connects schoolbags
No excuses for forgetting homework.
NNNCo attracts $8 million investment from energy consultancy
Will expand its LoRaWAN network in Australia.
Australian energy analytics company bags contract with UK confectioner
Follows wins with London bus operator and UK energy broker.
Australian Government polls industry about smart cities, regions, towns
Wants to know about standout products and services, lessons learned and challenges.
Western Sydney Aerotropolis looks to SUEZ for smart city expertise
Joins Northrop Grumman, Hitachi, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, University of Sydney and others that have signed MOUs.
Advantech to host "IoT Co-Creation" partner conference in Melbourne
Embedded and automated solutions vendor to explain IoT services opportunities.
Victorian Government lifts lid on IoT catalogue for farm trials
Will help pay for tools for everything from asset tracking to dam level monitoring.
City of Sydney invites businesses to join smart city database
Old-school technique to drum up publicity.
Microsoft Australia starts group for Women IT Pros
#WomenITPros calls offer ‘virtual watering hole’ for non-coders
Massachusetts Institute of Technology to set up data analytics lab in Adelaide
Joins growing roster of companies at Lot Fourteen innovation hub.
Victorian trial will connect cars to speed limit and traffic light data
Test vehicles will also warn drivers about pedestrians crossing road.
Tasmanian government backs IoT and energy accelerator
Says Tasmania could be “battery of the nation”.
Newcrest Mining deploys private LTE network at Lihir mine
Brings improved reliability to tele-remote and autonomous ops.
Competition for the kerb is rising, and cities are going to have to manage it
Cities need to ensure data standards and data-sharing arrangements are established as part of the basis for giving new users permission to access the kerb.
What is a tangible use case for IoT-connected manufacturing?
Cloud company rhipe has teamed up with Omron to demonstrate some examples.
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