Early adopters of smart home technologies have reported they reinforce gender stereotypes and could pose security threats to women, according to a study.
A survey found 64% of transport businesses reported that their processes to combat cybersecurity threats could be stronger.
Avast research found that 47.1% of digital homes in Australia have more than five smart devices connected, and 33.4% of these contain at least one vulnerable device.
The Tamworth Smart City project will trial Internet of Things technologies, encompassing applications for transport, energy, health, telecommunications and other community services.
The FWA8600 1U rackmount network security appliance is designed for managing data-driven workloads and enabling robust levels of performance in enterprise network security, unified threat management and WAN optimisation applications.
The university is using the Boomi Master Data Hub to create a centralised data synchronisation hub to link up its IT environment.
Quantify Technology has partnered with Curtin University of Technology to install its products in a living lab in Fremantle, Western Australia.
The InterContinental Madrid has reduced its energy consumption by 40% after equipping its HVAC systems with ABB drives and high-efficiency motors.
Intelligent technology managing heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), lighting and fire safety that was once considered groundbreaking is increasingly becoming the norm in most buildings.
It is important that a smart city strategy encompasses every department, and that there are no duplications, economies of scale are achieved and technology sharing can happen smoothly.
The uptake of Industrial IoT (IIoT) technologies in the transport and logistics sector is largely driven by environmental sustainability, according to research.
Project Legacy brought together more than 20 delegates to discuss how to engage some of the City's most vulnerable communities on what a smart city is.