IoT Industry Events
We look back at moments in IoT that were important in Australia
From Woodside Energy’s 200,000 sensors to the massive Sydney trains data stream.
Microsoft Australia starts group for Women IT Pros
#WomenITPros calls offer ‘virtual watering hole’ for non-coders
The IoT Awards are now open!
Don't miss this opportunity to gain recognition for you or your company's work with IoT technology.
Australia punching above its weight in IOT spending
Asia Pacific will be IOT hotspot in 2019.
KONE brings smart elevator service to A/NZ
IoT monitoring powered by IBM.
Mitsubishi Motors launches GPS fleet tracking system
For Australian fleet owners.
Aussie consortium embeds IoT into smart contracts
Law firm ties up with CSIRO’s Data61 and Big Blue.
Australians take to eSports
The finalists in the ANZSTAs ‘ESports’ category.
Aussie sports startups uncover new growth opportunities
The finalists in the ANZSTAs ‘Emerging Sports Technologies Award’ category.
KPMG launches IoT Innovation Network
Designed to grow Australia's IoT ecosystem and improve customer knowledge.
Turning street lights into a smart city network
"One platform, multiple applications."
Smart city ‘killer use case’ doesn’t exist
Focus should be on liveability, Accenture executive says.
IoT Hub launches inaugural Australian IoT Awards
How to enter your IoT project.
Sodexo Australia using IoT to overhaul operations
Forming blueprint for global digital transformation.
UTS, Nokia to collaborate on IoT projects
4G/5G joins Sigfox and LoRaWAN technologies on campus.
Geoscape to give new insights into built environments
Using high-res satellite imagery to create a detailed geospatial analytics tool.
Connected fly traps giving insights to growers
Crowd-sourcing fruit fly data in Goulburn Valley.
Buddy launches Ohm building management solution
Creating the 'Fitbit for buildings'.
How IoT helps manage university's water usage
Smart meter installation could save ANU thousands.
How Kagome uses IoT for food quality
Tracking tomatoes from tractor to table.
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