It pays to belong

IoTAA is the peak industry body in Australia and catalyser of IoT for good.

We’re the nexus between technology and its application across multiple industry sectors, research bodies and government.

Our membership spans multiple industries and sectors, making IoTAA a space where organisations of all sizes work together to raise IoT awareness, trust, capability and impact.

Together we’re finding IoT solutions, improving Australia’s competitive advantage and benefiting society by championing and accelerating adoption of IoT for good.

Whether you’ve been around for a while or you’re a student, active IoTAA membership is a great way to increase your knowledge, demonstrate your skills, raise your profile and drive your career.

Here’s a taste of the benefits our members enjoy

Get ahead: grow your knowledge through workstreams, webinars, workshops and events.

Connect and collaborate: expand your network and collaborate with small, medium and large organisations as well as government.

Get noticed: showcase your work, raise your profile through our Member Recognition program, brand and promote yourself as an IoTAA member.

Influence: take part in advocacy initiatives and influence the policies that affect you, your organisation and the industry.

And this is just for starters. Our members have opportunities to sponsor and showcase at IoTAA events, be featured in our media partner’s publications and platforms (e.g. IoTHub) and stay up-to-date with our members-only publication, MMAG. Plus you receive complimentary tickets or discounted pricing on all IoTAA events.

Click on the link and join us in creating a thriving future for Australia through the safe connection of data, devices, people, processes and ‘things’ to the internet.

IoT for Good Challenge

Internet of Things Alliance Australia (IoTAA) is launching the IoT for Good Challenge and we’re calling for submissions from students, academics, industry, government, business, the non-profit sector and members of the community to help us define and drive Australia’s IoT priorities and agenda.

We need your help

We need your points of view to generate data that will inform a program of work that benefits all Australians—whether through advocacy, technology, education or collaboration.

Why an IoT for Good Challenge?

IoT has already significantly affected society, workplaces and individuals—and we’re only in the early stages of adoption. Yet while IoT innovation enables positive economic, environmental and social change, there’s also a risk that it will also reinforce biases, bad practices and even exclusion.

The questions we need to ask ourselves are: how do we ensure those changes are for the better? Who needs to be involved? How do we ensure everyone benefits? To get the right answers, we need to hear from everybody.

IoT for Good Challenge call for submissions

To better understand how we define and prioritise the actions that will drive the IoT for Good agenda, we’re inviting you to take part in our IoT for Good Challenge. You don’t need to be an expert – we want to hear from students, academics, industry, the non-profit sector, government, business and importantly, members of the community.

Click here to download the form and help us ensure that IoT benefits everybody. The winner’s submission will be presented at the 2022 IoT State of the Nation event in September 2022 and will be featured in IoTAA and our media partner’s publications.

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

Secure-by-design IoT – for manufacturing

A new wave of IoT innovation has arrived and it’s secure-by-design – for manufacturing. Save Wednesday, 20 July in your diary and click here to book your tickets.

CSIRO, Internet of Things Alliance Australia (IoTAA) and IoT Hub invite you to an onsite experience that includes a site tour and discussion on how research and development can successfully deliver secure-by-design for advanced manufacturing.

Dr Phil Valencia from the CSIRO Embedded Intelligence team will discuss how CSIRO’s development of low power and secure-by-design intelligent devices will deliver low cost, self-powered and low latency digitisation to manufacturers to enhance productivity, safety and security outcomes.

He’ll be followed by an expert panel that will explore the maturity of adoption of secure-by-design principles and how to address the challenges.

A highlight of this Insights event is a hosted tour of CSIRO’s Advanced Manufacturing demonstration labs where you’ll see CSIRO’s embedded intelligence technologies in action.

You’ll also learn more about CSIRO’s Future Digital Manufacturing program, which fuses security, digital and manufacturing R&D to create world-leading innovations and advanced manufacturing competitiveness.

Join Frank Zeichner (CEO, IoTAA), Darren Hungerford (Manufacturing Workstream Chair, Downer) and Matt Tett Cybersecurity Workstream Enabler Chair, Enex TestLab) and the team at CSIRO at this not to be missed IoT Insights Series event.

Click here to book your tickets – IoTAA members get 50 per cent off the full ticket price. Places are limited, so book now!

Click here for more information and to view the agenda.