IoT Industry Events
Rugby Australia renews agreement to use player trackers
All Australian representative teams, Super Rugby franchises, academies and match officials to wear device.
Fitbit for horses: tracker used by trainers of Melbourne Cup Carnival winners
'Health and fitness' tracker used to monitor horses' heart rate, speed and stride during training.
ATO seeks panic button for smartwatches
20,000 staff to get danger-reporting tool for phones or smartwatches.
Aussie wearables make medical mark
The finalists in the ANZSTAs ‘Wearables & Smart Devices’ category.
Respia aims to revolutionise asthma treatment
Sydney startup’s wearable and mobile app win accolades.
Aussie invention ‘enhances’ your intuition
Wearable “taps into the anticipatory predictive capabilities of the subconscious”.
Using mobile tech to recover from knee surgery
CSIRO, Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices to commence trial.
How wearables are helping Aussie swim teams
Data-driven insights for our Olympic and Paralympic swimmers.
Fitbit sales soften, 110 jobs to be cut
Workforce streamlining to follow recent acquisitions.
How Elanation built a child-friendly wearable
Australian start-up combines technology, physical activity and online gaming.
How NSW Police's body-worn video system was built
4,000 wearable cameras were just the start, says Fujitsu architect.
Using IoT to network at conferences
Loopd releases second-gen wearable for event attendees.
How IoT can prolong athletes' careers
Predictive analytics is being used gain insights into their future performance.
The future of tracking technology
Australian security CEO predicts more eye-tracking and other monitoring apps.
Wearable patch measures glucose levels
Eliminating regular blood tests for diabetes sufferers.
LX Group unveils new IoT cores
Wearable, sensor and cellular models on offer.
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.
Acer forms team to focus on IoT initiatives
Wearable patch monitors and treats diabetes
IoT-enabled alternative to traditional treatments.
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