Honeywell has introduced a suite of building integration and cyber solutions to help enterprises optimise their facility operations and safety measures.
Computer scientists from the University of Massachusetts Amherst have developed a tool to automatically estimate rooftops' potential to generate solar energy.
Quantify Technology's simple, modern and futureproof smart home solution is heading to the US market.
A research team from Stanford University has designed a camera system that can reconstruct scenes and moving objects that are hidden around a corner.
Forescout Research Labs has demonstrated how easily cyber hackers could disrupt the functioning of a smart building via its video surveillance systems.
Eaton has entered a long-term partnership with Mobile Automation, welcoming the solutions provider as an authorised system integrator in its Power Distribution Partner Program.
Knox Children and Family Centres in Victoria have installed automated lighting schedules to complement the body's own natural circadian rhythms.
Engineers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison have created pieces of glass that can recognise images without the need for sensors, circuits or power sources.
Honeywell Forge is a software solution that converts data from equipment, processes and people into intuitive, actionable insights.
Mitsubishi Electric has increased production efficiency at its Kani manufacturing facility by introducing a human element to previously automated assembly lines.
Construction of the $10 million Switching on Darwin smart city project has been completed, including 912 CBD streetlights being upgraded to LED smart lighting.
A fleet of self-driving cars that effectively communicate with one another via Wi-Fi can improve traffic flow by 35%, a study has found.