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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

Toyota’s latest Australian cars will be able to automatically send alerts for collisions, track their location when stolen, and send SOS emergency calls to roadside assistance under a new partnership with Telstra. The telco giant will provide the network connectivity for Toyota’s Connected Services Module – an onboard IoT communications

The Internet of Things (IoT) is already all around us. Online devices have become essential in industries from manufacturing and healthcare to agriculture and environmental management, not to mention our own homes. Digital consulting firm Ovum estimates that by 2022 Australian homes will host more than 47 million IoT devices,

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Telstra and Microsoft have recommitted to their long running partnership on cloud computing, network connectivity and sustainability. The announcement, made late last week, means the two companies will work closely on 5G, edge computing and IoT. Microsoft’s Azure will also be the telcos cloud public cloud of choice and be

Volvo Trucks and Mack Trucks, both subsidiaries of the Swedish Manufacturer AB Volvo, have deployed remote diagnostic and preventative maintenance services based on Internet of Things (IoT) technology to tackle the problem of unplanned downtime which hurts company profits and driver income. Using analytics and artificial intelligence Volvo says it can help

A strong resources sector, challenging geography, and high internet penetration in the consumer market mean Australia is becoming a hotbed for the Internet of Things. But new questions about the regulatory and legal frameworks join long-standing privacy, security and complexity concerns as potential blockers to the emerging technology. One of

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The total number of IoT connections will reach 83 billion by 2024, rising from 35 billion connections in 2020, according to new predictions from Juniper Research. This represents a growth of 130 per cent over the next four years. The research identified the industrial sector as a key driver of

Optus Business and James Cook University (JCU) have joined forces to co-create enterprise solutions using Internet of Things (IoT) to advance digital technology across a range of industries. The seven-year alliance unites Optus’ next-generation narrow-band Internet of Things (NB-IoT) network and industry expertise with JCU’s scientific excellence in tropical research,

There is a concerning lack of readiness for technological change among Australian organisations, with most business leaders unprepared for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), the convergence of the physical, digital and biological worlds, according to a new report by KPMG Digital Delta. The 4th Industrial Revolution Benchmark Report, produced in

Analytics might be seen as a corporate tool to boost revenues and gather insights on customers but now the food industry is taking a piece of the data pie to help reduce waste and improve production.  One of the ways this is being done is through commercial kitchens. Winnow is a