IoT Industry Events
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.
ACMA proposes new radio licence, suggests IoT use
Cites limitations of existing radio-communication licences.
Raspberry PI Model 4 arrives: here are the key features
Cranks up the speed to 1.5GHz, adds better graphics, second HDMI port and USB-C power.
Photos: 2019 IoT Award winners
See who took to the stage for the 2019 IoT Awards.
Driverless buses can help end the suburbs' public transport woes
Automated vehicle technology presents an unprecedented opportunity to transform the suburban public transport system into an effective substitute for private cars.
Photos: The 2019 IoT Festival in Melbourne
See all the action and find out which companies exhibited and took to centre stage in Melbourne this week.
Announcing the 2019 IoT Award winners
These Australian projects, companies and people are kicking goals in IoT.
Australian company to provide energy analytics to London bus operator
SaaS platform will plug into a range of IoT energy metering devices.
Universities, companies are failing to bridge IoT’s skills gap
IoT takes a team – but many companies are only ready to pay for one person.
Legacy issues make IoT security "about as bad as it gets"
Practical limitations are turning well-meaning IoT adoption into gaping security holes.
IoT will fail without an open, data-focused culture
Partners must help customers address culture and skills issues, learned attendees at the IoT Festival in Melbourne this week.
To scale IoT, shift analytics to the edge
But start by leveraging domain expertise to deliver on one specific KPI, Dell Technologies urged the IoT Festival audience.
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