Industrial Internet

Mining company Fortescue Metals Group is exploring how it could apply autonomous mobility technology in an urban environment, announcing it plans to establish a new research and development centre in Karratha, Western Australia. The Fortescue Future of Mobility Centre will leverage the company’s success in using autonomous technology across its

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Once upon a time, the utility industry was a relatively simple place to be. It was all about the safe and consistent generation and distribution of energy with good capacity planning, minimal outages and happy customers. Then it all changed. Climate change happened. Infrastructure got older. Governments and industry bodies

The radio frequency remote controllers used for safety critical industrial applications are less secure than typical garage door remotes, according to a new report from Trend Micro. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter The cybersecurity firm tested leading vendors’ radio frequency (RF) remote controllers — the type typically used

Telstra and Lexus Australia are testing new communication technology which allows cars to “talk to each other” over cellualr networks to improve road safety.   This cellular technology is an Australian-first and has been awarded $3.5 million in grant funding under the Victorian Government’s Towards Zero program to trial a deployment

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

Australian IoT startup Movus has turned its sights to the international market following successful funding rounds for its innovative industrial internet product. Movus’ main product is the FitMachine, or what the company calls the “Fitbit of machines”. FitMachine is an industrial IoT sensor and SaaS monitoring platform using AI to

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.

Digital transformation could unlock US$190 billion in value across the mining industry over the next 10 years. That’s according to an analysis by the World Economic Forum with Accenture Strategy, titled Mining and Metals Digital Transformation and the industry’s ‘new normal.’ Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter And according

Mining and other asset-intensive industries have been less-visible exponents of digital technologies than their consumer-facing peers. However, the scale of their operations means the industrial internet might well dwarf the commercial internet in the coming decades. Read the Industrial Internet edition today GE, which coined the term “industrial internet”, estimates