Australian IoT Enterprise provider and LoRaWAN network operator NNNCo has gone live with its expansion of the National Narrowband Network across Greater Sydney, providing broad canopy coverage to Western Sydney to the Blue Mountains and Upper North Shore.
IoT network operator NNNCo is partnering with global GPS and IoT hardware developer Digital Matter to produce a range of battery-powered GPS tracking devices which are now N-Tick Certified and available for use on the NNNCo IoT Network across Australia.
The Victorian Government is funding a trial, to be implemented by NNNCo to test Internet of Things (IoT) technology on farms in four regional areas of the State.
Australian regional city Newcastle has selected a data platform from IoT network operator NNNCo as part of the Newcastle City Intelligent Platform implementation.
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.
National Narrowband Network Co, the Australian company building a national narrowband network in Australia for IoT, has appointed former Vocus chief financial officer Rick Correll to a newly created position as director, corporate development.
NNNCo, the Australian company building a national narrowband network in Australia for IoT, has inked a contract with the City of Gold Coast to build and operate a commercial-grade Low Power Wide Area Network, using the globally-adopted open standard LoRaWAN technology.
The City of Lake Macquarie in regional NSW is set to become the first Australian local government area to create a smart city network equivalent to the size of 23 Sydney local government areas.
NNNCo, the Australian company building a national narrowband network in Australia for IoT, has deployed multiple smart city pilot solutions over a new IoT network in Newcastle.
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