Connected Nation Series
Announcing the 2020 IoT Awards finalists
From local government data sharing initiatives to large ‘mixed reality’ system deployment.
'We're only just scratching the surface' of edge AI, says ADLINK
Releases videos showing edge AI for supermarket trolleys, worker safety and other purposes.
Announcing the Healthcare/Sport IoT Project finalists
The finalists ranged from a bedside alerting systems to clever use of Wi-Fi for indoor asset tracking. See the projects in the running for the 2019 IoT Awards.
Fujitsu using smart toys to treat autism
'Guided Play' designed to digitise behavioural therapy for kids.
Using mobile tech to recover from knee surgery
CSIRO, Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices to commence trial.
How network monitoring can make hospitals smarter
IT infrastructure also needs health checks, says IT executive.
Oracle to boost data-driven child cancer research
Two programs at Western Sydney University set to benefit.
How barcode tech can improve healthcare accuracy
A cost-effective method of digitising operations.
IoT to be showcased in Health Slam event
Virtual conference to focus on IoT in patient care.
Philips, Qualcomm team up for connected health
Two digital powerhouses set to advance the Internet of Medical Things.
CSIRO study quantifies telehealth benefits
Technology could save health system $3 billion a year.
How asset tracking can transform healthcare
Medical equipment and patients can benefit, says Zebra executive.
Samsung, Nestlé to use IoT for health research
New digital health platform to be created.
IBM, Pfizer collaborate on Parkinson's research
Using IoT to provide real-time medical insight.
IBM launches Watson-powered sleep study app
Greater insights into sleeping habits.
Lumo Run now a clip-on running coach
Real-time feedback as you pound the pavement.
Wireless sleeve to aid arm rehab for stroke victims
IoT giving insight into muscle recovery.
Smart pill brings IoT to digestive health
Accurate internal gas measurements now a possibility.
Scientists create dissolving wireless brain sensors
Negates removal via surgery, minimises implant rejection.
Philips connects patients to carers
Networking people to improve diagnosis, in-home monitoring.