How IoT is set to transform the property industry
Much has been said and written about the Internet of Things (IoT) and its potential to transform virtually every industry, but what does it mean for the property sector – for property developers, owners, facility managers, tenants and users?
Accelerating Digitalisation in Water
InnovationAus podcast: Protecting the Internet of Things, 27 Aug 2020
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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Australia’s premier Internet of Things conference is back!
We are excited to announce that IoT Impact, the official conference of IoT Alliance Australia, has merged with the IoT Festival and will take place at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 14 October 2021.
Book early tickets here.
Lake Mac hackathon to test and create sensors
Lake Mac is gearing up for a hardware-based hackathon for businesses to test and create LoRaWAN sensors that can use the Zhaga receptacle in street lighting.
Find out more here.