Melbourne-based startup Realtime AR is launching computer that workers can wear on their heads, making it available for first time in Australia-Pacific region.
Electronics giant Siemens has launched a new platform that will allow distribution grid customers to deploy more apps without the need for spend on extra hardware.
California-based IoT Startup Quantum Integration challenges open-source hardware and software company Arduino with new platform aimed at accelerating IoT network development for hobbyists.
The digital twins of real infrastructure can help make critical maintenance decisions about when structural elements need to be repaired or replaced to ensure the infrastructure is safe.
The internet of things and digital transformation have a key role to play in achieving UN sustainability goals, says the IoT Alliance Australia.
Spanish football team Osasuna with telecommunications giant Telefónica and startup HUMANoX to use intelligent shinguards to help children understand more about how they shoot goals.
Breakthrough solar-powered IoT control disc developed by Australia’s Monash University and the National University of Singapore could see house keys and electrical switches become a thing of the past.
Internet traffic is growing 25% each year, so Melbourne researchers created a fingernail-sized chip that can help the NBN keep up.
New healthy building solutions from Honeywell utilise air quality, safety and security technologies to help minimise the health risks associated with building environment and occupant behaviour.
New research shows flexible solar cells made with perovskites could harvest enough energy from indoor light to power small IoT devices.