Honeywell uses IOT to track building usage
Taps sensors to identify badly-configured offices.
Telstra's first 5G customer to explore IOT use cases
Queensland company FKG Group achieves 5G milestone.
RACV begins selling home IOT hub in Melbourne
Bundling Samsung sensors for home automation.
"Smart beach" trial to go ahead in NSW
Another IOT experiment wins government funds.
Australian rail repair company uses IoT to track parts
Attaching tracking devices to machinery parts.
Secure Logic asks fed govt for IoT crackdown
Set minimum standards.
Telstra to convert buildings and communities into smart spaces
Unveils plans to develop new platform.
5G spending to top $36bn in 2022
Catalyst for IoT expansion.
Woodside makes IoT part of its technology strategy
Under new 'intelligent assets' priority.
SAP straps Leonardo IoT to raft in Sydney lagoon
Measures water quality in 30 minute increments.
Newcrest Mining sets IoT aspirations for 2020
Creates centre with TCS to examine options.
Chemist Warehouse may put thousands of sensors in stores
Wants to understand its customers.
WWII code-breaking computer gets IoT protection
Taking extreme measures to prevent overheating.
City of Melbourne, RMIT explore traffic sensor data
Collaborate out of new centre.
Telstra connects up to 2000 'things' a day
As Australia-wide, IoT is growing strongly.
Rail operator Aurizon uses IoT to help save $380m
The company is using sensors to detect everything from driver performance to how well coal carriage doors shut.
Garbage trucks test reach of Bendigo's new IoT network
Plans to load vehicles with sensors.
TransGrid could bring IoT into transformation
Plan being worked out with HCL.
Fisher & Paykel sees voice powering connected appliance sales
Reveals user base for IoT-enabled whitegoods.
Australian IoT done right could generate $308bn
New report says big economic boon on offer.
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