IoT Insights: Digital Food & Agribusiness

Postponed to Thursday 7 April 2022: Tickets on sale here

Due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19, we’ve rescheduled the next IoT Insights event slated for August this year to 7 April 2022.

IoT Insights are a well-established series of events that bring together leading experts, innovators and thought leaders for an evening of insights, sharing knowledge and discussions on key trends.

This upcoming event will focus on the Australian food and agribusiness sector (often referred to as one of the world’s least digitised). However, over the past 5 years IoT’s become a game changer and enabler of digital agriculture and we’re witnessing rapid digitisation enabled by IoT connectivity, AgTech devices and apps. Join us to find out more.

Click here to find out more, and buy tickets to the event.

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IoT Awards Finalists Announced

Phase one of the judging is complete and this year’s finalists have been announced – click here  to see who they are.

The winners will be announced online on Tuesday, 9 November at 1 pm AEDT click here to view. The Federal Minister for the Digital Economy, Senator Jane Hume, will be joining us and will share some thoughts on the future of IoT in Australia.

No worries if you can’t make it, the presentation will be available for replay on demand.

To our 30 judges who donated their time and expertise, we say thank you! Selecting the final cut is neither straightforward nor easy. If your entry didn’t make the finals, that doesn’t mean the judges thought it lacked merit – some missed out by a whisker.

A massive thank you to this year’s sponsors (we couldn’t do it without you): Bosch, IoT Skills Australia, KPMG, Reekoh, Suez, Taoglas and [ui!] The Urban Institute. Visit IoT Hub in the lead-up to November 9 to get their take on the state of IoT.

To stay up to date with IoTAA meetings and events, view our calendar here

IoT Impact has moved to 9 June 2022

We’ve moved IoT Impact (again) in response to the ongoing uncertainty around COVID-19.

IoT Impact is the industry ‘go to’ event to find out what others are doing in IoT, learn how it’s implemented in other sectors and increase your knowledge around best practice.

This one-day event will take place at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre and will be a terrific opportunity to learn, catch up and network without the help of a video conferencing app.

We’re looking forward to seeing you all in person.

Book early tickets here.

Most new builds of physical infrastructure—roads, tunnels, airports, transport interchanges, bridges, buildings, utility networks—remain less than smart. But all new infrastructure is, or should be, informed by new sources and applications of data. Read Peter Leonard’s latest article published in Business Law Today:

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