The transformative impact of digital technologies on the industrial sector has garnered less attention than the explosive growth of the consumer internet. Various players across mining, oil & gas, manufacturing and logistics sectors have embraced the power of software and communications technology to improve the monitoring and performance of industrial equipment.
Cisco Australia recently announced it intends to expand its foothold in the small-to-medium business (SMBs) market with the launch of a new dedicated strategy to support owners and operators as they grow. The technology firm aims to address the challenges the SMB sector face when it comes to digitalisation and
SAS and Cisco have an ambitious plan to uncomplicate Australia’s energy sector using their Edge-to-Enterprise IoT Analytics Platform. Grant Dyer, General Manager of Telecommunications, Energy and Utilities at SAS Australia and New Zealand tells Which-50 that the regulatory environment of Australia’s energy grid is a ‘key constraint’ to data sharing.
The University of Technology Sydney is the first academic institution to work with SAS – the leader in analytics – and Cisco in a global Internet of Things (IoT) partnership, creating a new research and teaching facility, the UTS-SAS-Cisco IoT Innovation Lab. The UTS-SAS-Cisco IoT Innovation Lab will create a
Hyundai Motor is collaborating with Cisco to create hyper-connected intelligent cars that boast the safest and most advanced self-driving systems on the market. The joint program will create a platform optimised for connected cars, which will help enable two-way communication both internally between the car’s system and externally with road