IoT Industry Events
UTS, Nokia to collaborate on IoT projects
4G/5G joins Sigfox and LoRaWAN technologies on campus.
How schools can benefit from monitored infrastructure
Keeping tabs on all parts of a school's operations.
How IoT helps manage university's water usage
Smart meter installation could save ANU thousands.
Huawei, JCU launch Australia's first NB-IoT lab
James Cook University to host new facility for first Australian cohort of IoT engineering students.
Sydney Uni, UNSW team up to create smarter sensors
NSW Smart Sensing Network officially launched.
Could virtual reality streamline building inspections?
University researchers are running a trial that includes using a HoloLens.
Launceston to get LoRaWAN network
IoT connectivity comes to Tasmania's second-largest city.
Thinxtra, UTS team up to boost IoT innovation
University of Technology, Sydney, to get free access to Sigfox network.
Oracle to boost data-driven child cancer research
Two programs at Western Sydney University set to benefit.
Sydney Uni launches new data science research centre
The Centre for Translational Data Science set to collaborate with multiple disciplines.
What is IoT's role in next-gen infrastructure?
Industry experts converge on Wollongong for global symposium to discuss this and other issues.
The forgotten agtech IoT stakeholders
Farmers and regional communities have much to contribute, says industry executive.
RMIT helps unlock new nanomaterial
International research collaboration could be key to next-gen IoT.
IoT education program goes bush
MadMaker teaches students in rural NSW about embedded computing.
Teaching kids to code with IoT
Sensor-equipped robot helps foster early coding skills.
Local IoT R&D centre for utilities announced
Freestyle Technology is building the Internet of utilities.
Inspiring more women into IoT careers
Female IoT leaders give their visions of a more balanced industry.
littleBits announces maker kit for students
Learning through invention.
QUT uses sensors for interactive dinosaur exhibit
Bringing our prehistoric ancestors to life.
Gungahlin College students create smart maps
For use in buildings.
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