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Bosch and Microsoft are working together to make adding new safety features and digital services to a car as simple as updating a phone.  Under a new partnership, the pair will create a new software platform connecting Microsoft’s Azure cloud with Bosch’s software modules to be used in over the

Farmers will be able to remotely monitor rain and tank levels without a mobile or GPS connection with two new Internet of Things devices launched today. QLD based farm sensor provider Goanna Ag today launched its Australian designed and manufactured GoRain and GoTank products which use low orbit satellites to

Ford has signed a six year deal with Google to revamp the digital technology in its vehicles, that will also see the companies collaborating on the automaker’s broader digital transformation and new business models for car sharing. Announced today the partnership includes Google becoming Ford’s preferred public cloud provider and

Manufacturing executives recognise advanced analytics as critical to the future of the sector. Yet few companies are capturing the full value from them today, according to research from the World Economic Forum and Boston Consulting Group. In a new joint whitepaper, they argue in the near future manufacturing companies will

While it’s transformation is not as widely discussed as sectors such as media, finance, or retail, the automotive industry is also riding the crest of a wave of technology-fuelled disruption. Automotonous driving, electrification, and data analytics are recasting the experience of customers, while new business models like ridesharing have changed

Network operator spend on Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) will grow from $2.7 billion in 2020, to $8.3 billion in 2025, as operators invest heavily in upgrading network capacities and infrastructure to support the increasing data generated by 5G networks, according to a new report by Juniper Research. The study also

Introduction Security threats will further disrupt the smart device market in 2021. Product leaders must strengthen their strategy by addressing security and privacy. Safety, security, privacy, and user control are foundational to digital device manufacturing. The amount of information being transmitted from things continues to rise. But, smart device manufacturers

Underground mapping drones and autonomous security robots are among some of the new technologies being shared with Australian SMEs as part of a COVID recovery program launched today by Australia’s science agency. The CSIRO is sharing some of its more easily adoptable, translatable and reasonably priced automation technologies with its

In this week’s Minicast, Schneider Electric’s Zone President and Managing Director, Pacific, Gareth O’Reilly explains the link between the fourth industrial revolution and a “fourth energy revolution”. Which-50’s Minicast publishes each Tuesday. Follow Which-50 on LinkedIn to be the first to view it. 

Medtech company MedAdvisor has been approved by the Federal Government via the Australian Digital Health Agency and will be launching its ePrescribing functionality to help connect GPs, pharmacists and patients as they navigate the rollout of eScripts across Australia. The Federal Government accelerated the rollout of ePrescribing after the COVID-19