IoT Industry Events
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.
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.
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.
Three data problems that can derail IOT projects
Tackle these issues early, or risk problems later.
Sports data analytics drives next-level performance
The finalists in the ANZSTAs' Sports Analytics & Sports Data category.
Vic EPA to use IoT data for environment planning
Looks to smart infrastructure.
Battle for ownership of IoT data
Why farmers are jail-breaking their tractors.
TfNSW Opal data released for public use
Giving insights into passenger behaviour on NSW public transport.
AT&T to provide IBM Watson-powered analytics
Wireless connectivity meets machine learning.
How extreme sailing uses analytics to stay on course
Providing insights for audiences, racing teams and event organisers alike.
Will AI and machine learning bring digital utopia?
Misconceptions of AI's capabilities are roadblocks, according to industry executive.
How IoT and AI are driving analytics innovation
Edge analytics and 'modern' machine learning are key drivers, says SAS executive.
NZ MetService looking to IoT for richer weather data
Using vehicles to improve forecasting accuracy.
Qantas to use data-driven flight paths
Fuel efficiency and payload optimisation the goals.
IoT rush causing data collection overload
Just because you can, doesn't mean you should.
Bringing IoT to gym workouts
Sports science technologies now within reach of normal people.
How IoT is driving AI adoption
Artificial intelligence to 'disrupt' the way we work.
How IoT is disrupting urban planning
New data sources are changing the way smart cities are designed, says urban planner.
Edge data and action create value
SAS' IoT domain lead predicts the industry's future.
Sense-T pilot reveals Tasmania's tourist patterns
Using main cities as base for long day trips.
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