Job management software provider Fergus has appointed Barb Swanson to the role of chief revenue officer.
Optus Enterprise and Myriota have partnered with Queensland’s Moreton Bay Regional Council to deploy ground-breaking Internet of Things (IoT) satellite water tank sensors that will monitor the level of water in outdoor water tanks, eliminating the need to send staff to remote locations for manual checks. The inefficient solution required one staff member per day per week to monitor waters levels.
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.
Nanosatellite IoT connectivity firm Myriota has appointed former Cochlear engineer Dr Steve Winnall as its first vice-president of engineering to head product development, and oversee testing and data delivery operations.
Aussie Broadband managing director Phillip Britt has taken out the Australian communications industry’s most prestigious accolade, with the award of the title of Communications Ambassador 2020 at this year’s ACOMM awards.
South Australia-based Myriota, a connectivity provider for nanosatellite Internet of Things devices, undertaken a $28 million series B funding round led by industry superannuation fund Hostplus and Main Sequence Ventures, the company has announced.
Myriota Canada, a subsidiary of South Australia-based Myriota, a connectivity provider for nanosatellite Internet of Things devices, has entered into an agreement with exactEarth to purchase satellite communications assets.
Nanosatellite IoT connectivity firm Myriota has appointed experienced sales executive Barbara Swanson as its chief revenue officer with a view to increasing its income.
Adelaide-based nanosatellite Internet of Things connectivity vendor Myriota has entered a partnership deal with global manufacturer Motherson to produce its Myriota Module, its cutting edge, low powered device that securely transfers data to the Myriota Network of satellites from anywhere on the planet.
Optus Business has struck a deal with nanosatellite operator Myriota.
Adelaide-based nanosatellite Internet of Things connectivity vendor Myriota and the Australian Space Agency have signed a statement of strategic intent aimed at expanding Australia’s growing space industry.
Aircraft and aerospace manufacturer Boeing and the Australian Space Agency have signed a Statement of Strategic Intent to help advance the agency’s goals to expand Australia’s domestic space industry.
Nanosatellite Internet of Things connectivity vendor Myriota has launched its developer toolkit aimed at accelerating the availability of IoT technology across the global tech community and enabling developers to integrate direct-to-satellite communications technology with IoT products.
Nanosatellite Internet of Things connectivity vendor Myriota and pioneer of water pump technology, Davey Water Products, are partnering in a deal they say will level the playing field for regional and remote industries, with a “breakthrough” new product.
South Australian satellite start-up Myriota has teamed up with the Australian Institute of Marine Science to deploy marine drifters with satellite-connected sensors that can track currents, sea surface water temperature and barometric pressure of the ocean in real time.
South Australian start-ups Myriota and Ping.services have teamed up to offer monitoring of wind farms by using an acoustic surveillance tool.
Adelaide-based satellite communications firm Myriota will invest $1.36 million of its own money plus a matching grant from the South Australian Government to set up an Internet of Things laboratory, creating more than 50 new jobs in IT and advanced manufacturing.
South Australian company Myriota has been recognised at the Internet of Things World 2017 conference in Silicon Valley, receiving an award for being the Best Industrial IoT Start-Up Company.
The Telecommunications Association, TelSoc, is holding its third annual Henry Sutton oration in Melbourne today with Professor Alex Grant — an ex-academic and, like Henry Sutton, a serial inventor — giving this year’s oration.
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