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.
Fear of transmitting Coronavirus could accelerate the trend of digital payment apps and reduce the use of cash in society.
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.
Swindon Borough Council in Wiltshire, UK, will convert 28,000 street lights to connected LED lights to save on maintenance and energy costs.
A smart paint developed at University of Liverpool could be used to increase the energy efficiency of old houses by collecting heat produced by radiators or people, then releasing it at night.
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.
A “green recovery” could benefit not just the climate but also human health and prosperity.
City of Melbourne to fast track 40 kilometres of adaptable bike lanes across city in bid to reduce road traffic as city emerges from Covid-19 stay-at-home measures.
Smart city monitoring service provider Outsight has inked a multi-year deal with Velodyne Lidar to use its sensing technology in …
Google releases new features for Google Maps on both Android and iOS, including crowdedness predictions for public transport routes and eligibility and facility guidelines for those wanting to navigate to a Covid-19 testing centre.