Internet of Things

The Internet of Things Alliance Australia (IoTAA) has announced that Piers Hogarth-Scott, National Leader, Internet of Things at KPMG Digital Delta, has been appointed as Chairman of the Executive Council. The Executive Council is the senior stakeholder advisory committee of the IoTAA, responsible for appointing the Board of Directors and

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Victoria Police has completed its $50 million rollout of Motorola Solutions managed services which hands 10,000 police officers access to mobile devices with smart apps. The announcement was made yesterday at Critical Communications World in Kuala Lumpur. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Motorola said this partnership gives police

BMW’s in-car digital services are driving up its IT requirements by around 30 per cent each year, forcing the manufacturer to migrate its applications away from its traditional IT architecture which can no longer cope. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Nominate today for the Which-50 Digital Experience Awards.

Starcom will take over four Australian households and transform them into connected smart homes, in a research project designed to uncover how smart technology will change consumer behaviour, and the commercial opportunity for brands. On announcing The Future of Connected Living research project, Starcom CEO, Toby Barbour said, “We’re experiencing

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The Northern Territory is using a Microsoft AI solution to help the Department of Primary Industry and Resources (DPIR) monitor and manage marine health around Darwin Harbour. This is being done by rapidly analysing underwater video captured around the harbour. According to Microsoft, the AI platform automates the laborious process

Telstra today announced it had switched on 5G technology across selected areas of the Gold Coast. The telco claims it is the first mobile operator in the country to be 5G ready. Telstra’s rollout of 5G is underpinned by around $5 billion in mobile network investment over the three years

For large companies in utilities, mining and other heavy industries, it’s a time of upheaval in IT. Investments made in large, monolithic applications over the past 25 years are now reaching — or are well past — their end of life. At the same time, exciting new technologies like the

When the famous management consultant Peter Drucker said “you can’t manage what you can’t measure” I doubt he imagined a world where almost anything could be measured and that data instantaneously transmitted to a system where machine learning and smart algorithms could analyse the data and provide support for business

Fuel Games has announced the pre-sale launch of their online game, Gods Unchained. The multiplayer strategy game showcases how blockchain technology can be used to offer gamers absolute, trust-free ownership of the items they purchase or earn in games. “Gamers spend tens of billions of dollars and countless hours each

BlackBerry wants the world to know that its pivot from a hardware company to an enterprise software and security company is complete. At the BlackBerry Security Media Roundtable this morning, President of Global Sales, Carl Wiese told Which-50 that BlackBerry is a dramatically different company to what it was three