Connected Nation Series
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.
Victoria trials real-time occupancy data on public transport
Sensors to feed commuters crowding estimates for physical distancing.
Sydney Trains using app, sensors to monitor crowding
Ups real-time data flows to monitor passenger numbers.
How IoT will help make Australia's cities and towns more liveable
Local governments are building a new picture of their environment.
CSIRO shows farmers water pollution in real-time
Could help farmers save money and reduce damage to Great Barrier Reef.
Sydney's $600m smart motorway project to be put to the test
M4 to trial intelligent transport systems.
$4 million "smart water" trial a success, says SA Water
Sensors detecting water main breaks in Adelaide CBD.
Engineers tap massive stream of IoT data from Sydney trains
Using IoT to improve maintenance.
Cricket bat sensor whacks data for six
Connects bats to shot analysis app.
Honeywell uses IOT to track building usage
Taps sensors to identify badly-configured offices.
Investa creates digital twins of office towers
Fits thousands of sensors to each.
BHP uses laser sensors to put more ore in rail cars
Takes different approach to Rio Tinto.
City of Melbourne, RMIT explore traffic sensor data
Collaborate out of new centre.
SA farmers share sensor-equipped tractor
Call upon CBA to help understand data.
How a Sydney café used IoT to keep its food fresh
IoT Awards finalist proves connected technology benefits companies of all sizes.
Transforming oyster farming with IoT
IoT Awards winner The Yield's water monitoring solution helps reduce disease.
Intel, Honeywell team up for connected freight
Using IoT to monitor goods in transit.
How IoT helped to build a better mouse trap
Anticimex rolls out predictive maintenance for pest control company.
EnviroSuite lands monitoring gig in Spanish port
Australian tech in air quality analysis trial at Gijón.
The Yield secures big business support
Agtech start-up lands $6.5 million Series A funding from KPMG, Bosch and AgFunder.
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