IoT Industry Events
Rio Tinto touts first remote operations TAFE course
First employees to take part in pilot in 2020.
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.
UTS, SAS and Cisco set up joint IoT lab
Early research to focus on advanced manufacturing, agribusiness and healthcare.
Flinders Uni launches manufacturing innovation hub
Features ‘modular future factory’ to demonstrate Industry 4.0 tech.
Bringing IoT and blockchain security to NSW
UTS offers its expertise for government-backed network.
James Cook Uni to launch NB-IoT test lab
Partners with Enex TestLabs and Huawei.
‘Australia-first’ agtech research centre in Melbourne
Bosch and Monash University team up for smart agriculture facility.
Gas bottle monitor wins university challenge
UNSW winners developed a complete IoT system in seven weeks.
RMIT's plan to lead in Industry 4.0 training
University deploys ThingWorx platform and other PTC tools.
Swinburne Uni scores $135m Siemens grant
Factory of the Future to develop Industry 4.0.
UTS project wins APAC smart city award
Provides 360-degree interactive data visualisation.
UTS researchers to develop AI for robot waiter
University team wins right to compete in Japan's RoboCup.
Australian IoT Awards 2017 winners announced
Celebrating home-grown IoT innovation.
Using lasers to monitor air quality
Why NSW research group won a finalist spot in Australian IoT Awards.
Keeping track of koalas with IoT
How IoT Awards winner Endeavour Veterinary Ecology and LX Group developed the K-Tracker.
UOW monitors landslide risks in real-time
IoT Awards finalist combines remote dataloggers with cloud data analysis.
Smart water meters keeping ANU green
WaterGroup helps IoT Awards winner save thousands minimising water wastage.
Australian IoT Awards finalists revealed
Here are the 17 best IoT projects across five categories.
Curtin Uni, Hitachi team up for smart campus initiative
Using video analytics for insights into student behaviour and resource utilisation.
How Pymble Ladies' College is becoming IoT-savvy
Giving students exposure to industry projects.
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