Industrial Internet

Buying energy is a currently a poor experience. When a householder wants to shop around for energy, they have two options. Firstly, they can use one of the comparison sites or they can run their own comparisons against a selection of retailers in the market. The first should be a

For utilities companies, digital transformation means finding ways to improve operational efficiencies while driving innovation to deliver a better customer experience. Three years ago Gartner predicted that 80 per cent of processes and products will be reinvented, digitised or eliminated by 2020.  It feels like we’re well on the way

At a time of rapid global disruption across all industries, Australia’s utilities sector faces quite a specific risk. It needs to avoid falling victim to “the telco trap”. Around the world telecommunications companies invested billions in the hard, physical infrastructure required to deliver services. Then they watched as new global technology

Smart cars will soon be able to pay for tolls and fuel, driving a big increase in transaction volume for the emerging category of IoT payments. The IoT payments market is tipped to grow at an average of 75 per cent per annum over the next five years; reaching $410

A pilot of a smart bathroom solution in a commercial building has confirmed what women have long suspected: despite being roughly the same size, the ladies’ toilets are being used twice as much as men’s. The insight is just one finding from a 20-month trial of Caroma’s IoT bathroom solution,

In today’s digital world it has become critical to incorporate secure, personalised, and fully integrated self-service capabilities into every digital interaction. It’s no use updating an old, limited system with technology that can’t grow into the future as user needs develop and change. Internally or externally that won’t cut in

Emesent, a drone autonomy spin-out from CSIRO’s Data61, has raised $3.5 million in venture capital to commercialise its first product Hovermap. Main Sequence Ventures, which manages the CSIRO Innovation Fund, led the funding round, along with long-time Bechtel mining executive Andy Greig. Leadership Webinar: Which-50’s 2019 Outlook and Business Transformation

Autonomous cars have displayed their potential in a live demo in Adelaide on the weekend. Cohda Wireless, an Australian connected autonomous vehicles company, said their demonstration was a “world first” for self driving cars connecting to each other and roadside units to determine their position. Previous trials of autonomous cars

What do we want driverless cars to do in unavoidable fatal crashes? Today researchers published a paper The Moral Machine experiment to address this question. To create data for the study, almost 40 million people from 233 countries used a website to record decisions about who to save and who

Understanding the value of the integration of IoT and blockchain is easy to do especially when we think about different asset tracking use cases. For example, shipping pharmaceuticals or various food substances often requires that the individual units are refrigerated and kept at specific temperatures until such time that the