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.
The 2020 IoT Festival Online is live!
Broaden your picture of the Internet of Things (IoT) beyond your industry niche.
Announcing the 2020 IoT Awards finalists
From local government data sharing initiatives to large ‘mixed reality’ system deployment.
Your say: Lorraine Tighe, Smart Cities Consultant
The former City of Melbourne innovation lab leader says public concern about data privacy must be addressed.
Australian Government polls industry about smart cities, regions, towns
Wants to know about standout products and services, lessons learned and challenges.
Smart cities: The promises and failures of utopian technological planning
For utopian cities to succeed, they should offer technological solutions to urban challenges.
Newcastle ramps up smart city applications
Five applications demonstrated on new LoRaWAN network.
Preventing failures in SA’s water network
SA Water wins the IoT Project of the Year at IoT Awards.
The Aussie company metering South Korea’s water
Freestyle Technology highly commended in IoT Awards.
Australia's top IoT projects revealed
Meet the winners of our 2018 IoT Awards.
Newcastle to roll out LoRaWAN network
NNNCo wins key role in smart city strategy.
Helping councils discover the power of connected devices
Thinxtra scores finalist spot in IoT Awards.
Protecting Melbourne Water assets with IoT
The Victorian utility wins an IoT Awards finalist spot.
Making drains smarter for Yarra Ranges Council
Fujitsu, Downer and EYEfi win IoT Awards finalist spot.
Smart drains to help prevent flooding
Victorian council trialling system to monitor water levels and flow rates.
Australian govt told to take control of smart cities
Standards are vital to containing costs, Standards Australia says.
Telstra’s IoT business ‘one of the most successful globally’
CEO talks up ‘source of new growth’.
11,000 Victorian police to get body cameras
Also adopting Axon’s cloud solution for video storage.
52 smart city projects to receive government backing
$28.5 million in total funding announced.
First government-funded smart city projects named
Details of Darwin and Perth projects revealed.
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