IoT Industry Events
University of Melbourne tackles more IoT projects
Parkville campus gets smarter.
UTS, SAS and Cisco set up joint IoT lab
Early research to focus on advanced manufacturing, agribusiness and healthcare.
How smartphones may help reduce sports injuries
Accelerometer “an inexpensive and efficient” measurement device, researchers say.
Privacy flaws of smart home devices revealed
Meta data and traffic patterns enough capture very private details, researchers say.
Australia is APAC's fourth most 'IoT ready' country
But New Zealand is better, says IDC.
Huawei, JCU launch Australia's first NB-IoT lab
James Cook University to host new facility for first Australian cohort of IoT engineering students.
Oracle to boost data-driven child cancer research
Two programs at Western Sydney University set to benefit.
Care facilities bring IoT to patient care
Zebra lends its expertise to Australian aged care.
IBM, Pfizer collaborate on Parkinson's research
Using IoT to provide real-time medical insight.
Microsoft to launch Azure IoT beyond the clouds
IoT set to reach new heights.
Sunshine Coast Uni to deploy forest sensors
Remove need for researchers to travel to Fraser Island.
Kinect sensors used to improve x-ray process
Gaming technology meets medical imaging.
QUT creates IoT-enabled buoy to track floods
Water flow velocity, levels and quality to be monitored.
Em-Sense brings intelligence to 'dumb' objects
Innovative method of object detection.
AirRater to track Tasmania's air quality
Health arm of Sense-T initiative underway.
MIT using wi-fi to see through walls
One step closer to x-ray vision.
Australia's home IoT market to reach $200m by 2020
Smart homes to become commonplace.
UTS to host $2m IoT research institute
Led by Australia’s first professor of IoT.
Researchers use sensors to track NSW landslides
Internet of steel cables provides an ear to the ground.