Adelaide-based connectivity provider for nanosatellite Internet of Things devices, Myriota, has started offering commercial IoT services in the US and Canada with the launch of the first of three nanosatellites on Rocket Lab's "They Go Up So Fast" mission.
Australian companies Myriota, a connectivity provider for nanosatellite Internet of Things devices, and ag-tech firm Goanna Ag have launched two products to help farmers monitor water resources.
Industry body Internet of Things Alliance Australia (IoTAA) has appointed David Spence as its chairman.
Australia's national science agency CSIRO and agtech firm Goanna Ag will collaborate on the use of sensors and analytics to maximise the use of irrigation used to grow crops.
Ag-tech firm Goanna Ag will roll out a public LoRaWAN Internet of Things network, supported by IoT enterprise provider NNNCo, to provide smart irrigation management solutions to cotton growers.
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