Australia's first Smart Cities Week will be held in Sydney from 29–31 October 2018.
Poor psychological safety costs Australian organisations $6 billion a year in lost productivity.
ARBS 2018, Australia's international air conditioning, refrigeration and building services trade exhibition, has announced the ARBS Industry Awards winners for 2018.
The European Parliament and the Council have reached a political agreement to update the EU's telecoms rules.
New legislation will enable an automated driving system (ADS) to drive more automated motor vehicles in place of a human.
Origin Energy has sold its smart meter business Acumen to intelliHUB, a joint venture between Landis+Gyr and PEP.
ARENA has announced a $7 million funding initiative for renewable energy to deliver system security services.
Standards Australia has adopted KNX, a standard for intelligent building networking, as a technical specification.
The report on the Review of Security of Payment Laws is good news for electrical contractors who are often the last in a long chain to receive payment, said NECA.
The COAG Energy Council has agreed to further improve lighting energy efficiency regulation by introducing minimum standards for LED light bulbs in line with EU standards.
Sydney's Barangaroo South has been presented with the RLB Australian Development of the Year.
Australian software company Simble Solutions has partnered with Powercor to support its UK expansion.
The 2018 Federal Budget tackles head on the connectivity challenges posed by a growing population with substantial infrastructure investments in new and existing projects around the country.
Although there are no big ticket items for the electrotechnology sector in the Budget, the ongoing investment in infrastructure, company tax cuts and the extension of small business concessions will benefit electrical contractors.
More than 60 companies from the energy storage industry will come together at AES 2018.