IoT Industry Events
Optus touts 5G-networked drones for video surveillance
Connects drone to cloud to identify and track objects.
Rugby Australia renews agreement to use player trackers
All Australian representative teams, Super Rugby franchises, academies and match officials to wear device.
Fitbit for horses: tracker used by trainers of Melbourne Cup Carnival winners
'Health and fitness' tracker used to monitor horses' heart rate, speed and stride during training.
NSW and SA Governments tout new agtech research farms
Including an $11.5 million CSIRO research station near Canberra.
Sierra Wireless to buy Melbourne-based M2M Group for US$19.8 million
Impressed with the Australian group's "rapidly" growing subscription-based revenue.
Australian home builder trials facial recognition in display homes
Tracking if visitors are “happy or excited” when entering and leaving.
Many Australian organisations have cybersecurity ‘fatigue’, reports Cisco
Majority of those surveyed receive more than 100,000 cybersecurity alerts each day.
SA security outfit CyberOps scores nano-satellite deal
Wins $299,000 deal with Department of Defence.
Australian Government seeks suppliers for 5,500-camera surveillance network
Including suppliers of video analytics, facial detection, wireless and cybersecurity technology.
NBN Co announces satellite service aimed at IoT users
Wholesale offering supports non-addressable locations.
Newcrest Mining using IoT to prevent downtime in NSW gold mine
Tapping sensors to reduce costly delays.
Telstra to co-develop 5G for business solutions with Cradlepoint
Working on integrated 5G modem and edge router.
Hitachi could bring AI, analytics jobs to Western Sydney Aerotropolis
Japanese company looking to attract "brightest minds" to new collaboration hub.
City of Newcastle completes enviro-sensor network
Ready to deploy smart city applications
Surveillance tipped to be main market for 5G IoT solutions
Outdoor cameras are the main market until 2023 when cars will take over, says Gartner.
Driverless shuttle now taking passengers in Armidale CBD
Transport for NSW claims an Australian first.
Announcing the 5th Australian IoT Festival in 2020!
Save for the date for the Melbourne event that mixes buyers and sellers of IoT.
Win one of five tickets to the 4th International Driverless Vehicle Summit in Sydney
The organisers are also offering 25 percent off full price tickets.
Making Australia’s most liveable city more inclusive
Melbourne is a great city to live in, but it can do better for people with a disability by making it more accessible and inclusive
Lendlease lays out property-tech wish list
Outlines vision for 'smart building ecosystem'.
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