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Leading Australian and international Internet of Things (IoT) experts will descend on Sydney for Australia's largest IoT conference and exhibition, IoT Impact.
Vertiv, formerly Emerson Network Power, has partnered with Queensland-based electrical services provider HazElec and Sydney-based IT infrastructure provider Powerfirm.
A Washington University professor is working to help smart homes become smarter and more efficient with artificial intelligence (AI).
Councils across Australia are testing and adopting smart technologies to improve livability and efficiency.
The BuildingIQ Outcome-based Fault Detection (OFD) service helps building and portfolio operators identify issues, prioritise repairs and validate work performed.
MOBOTIX has released the second-generation Mx6 camera line with integrated MxBus functionality (camera types x16B/x26B).
The Green Building Council of Australia's 'Carbon Positive Roadmap' will drive the smart buildings market, according to Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand.
Melbourne's Metropolitan Rail Service has selected Extreme Networks to deliver network infrastructure to support its CCTV network.
Digital disruption is happening right now in the connected home space. The disruption we are seeing is the move from a connected home to an intelligent home.