How Australia is advancing IoT: the 2021 IoT Awards winners
Connecting councils, unlocking solar energy use, showing the way forward for secure IoT and other standout projects.
2021 IoT Awards winners announced
See the standout Internet of Things projects, platforms and people in 14 categories.
Announcing the 2021 IoT Awards finalists
Standout Australian Internet of Things work announced.
2021 IoT Awards winners to be announced on November 9
Federal Minister for the Digital Economy Jane Hume to be guest speaker.
Deadline to enter 2021 IoT Awards extended
Shining a light on work helping Australian industry, government and citizens harness real-time data.
Deadline extended for 2021 Australian IoT Awards entries
Nominations now close on September 28.
Entries open for the 2021 Australian IoT Awards
Awards attracted more than 100 entries from Australian government, industry and academia last year.
IoT Impact moving to February 2022
Save the date for Australia’s premier Internet of Things (IoT) industry conference.
The Food & Agribusiness finalists in the 2020 IoT Awards
A direct-to-orbit water rain gauge and an Australian-developed virtual fencing system.
2020 IoT Awards winners announced!
Internet of Things (IoT) projects, polices, initiatives, people and products in 13 categories.
The Women in IoT finalists in the 2020 IoT Awards
Meet three women playing a key role in Australian Internet of Things (IoT) projects.
The Manufacturing finalists in the 2020 IoT Awards
A national test lab, innovative mining product and a mixed reality technology deployment.
The Health finalists in the 2020 IoT Awards
From tracking systems for aged care residents in NSW, the ACT and Queensland, to a state-wide wireless network.
The Smart Cities finalists in the 2020 IoT Awards
From pedestrian counting in Melbourne and Perth during the pandemic, to data sharing between Victorian councils.
Announcing the 2020 IoT Awards finalists
From local government data sharing initiatives to large ‘mixed reality’ system deployment.
Deadline for Australian IoT Awards nominations extended to August 31
Nominate important contributions to real-time data and Internet of Things (IoT) usage in Australia.
IoTAA and IoT Hub announce entries open for the 2020 IoT Awards
Gain recognition for Internet of Things achievements, from projects to platforms and policies.
Enter the 2019 Internet of Things Awards before they close next week!
Don't be the one looking back and thinking you could have won.
Announcing the first round of 2019 IoT Festival participants!
Participants will include BMW, TransUrban, Melbourne Water, Boral and the City of Greater Bendigo, among many others.
The IoT Awards are now open!
Don't miss this opportunity to gain recognition for you or your company's work with IoT technology.