Zebra Technologies recently released its new study entitled "Closing the Trust Gap: Technology and the Food Supply Chain", and we spoke to Zebra's Country Lead for A/NZ, Tom Christodolou, about technology's importance to the supply chain and how consumer trust can be restored and maintained in the food supply we all take for granted.
A new health monitoring solution developed by the CSIRO has now been licensed to Australian company HSC Technology Group.
Singapore has pledged to continue investing in innovation and technology as part of its attempt to revive the country’s COVID-19 hit economy by creating new business and employment opportunities.
With Apple's latest smartwatches now available, Oppo's coming soon, and more smartwatches than you can poke a stick at online, even from Kogan with its own branded models, there's plenty of choice, but with Fitbit now making its 2020 range available in store, a lot of its fans will be very happy.
The NSW Government is planning to build smart technology into infrastructure and buildings in a move its says will create jobs, cut traffic and commute times, slash water bills, reduce crime and boost the economy and turn New South Wales into the "smart state".
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.
On August 24 and 25 in Melbourne, Dr Barry Sandrew will be keynote speaker at the "Magnify World Expo" event, which will showcase what are claimed to be stunning, world-class VR, AR, IoT experiences and more, with the video below a fantastic preview on what he'll talk about.
Tiny optical sensors, that are 50 times thinner than a human hair and may make it possible to create wearable devices that allow diagnosis in real-time, have been developed by scientists at the Australian National University.
Parking business Smart Parking has secured a new contract valued at approximately $800,000 with Hobart City Council in Tasmania.
Australian space start-up Fleet has raised $5 million in a Series funding round as it prepares to build and launch a constellation of nanosatellites which it says will ultimately connect the world’s 75 billion devices by 2025 for free.
Telstra has announced preliminary details of its Smart Home solution which is in the initial stages of testing and due for launch well before Christmas.
With spending on personal technologies already massive yet still expected to grow to $2.7 trillion per year by 2019, five personal technologies are set to make a major business impact.
A variety of independent technological advances in batteries, power electronics, motors, sensors, processors, AI and other areas are leading towards a coming robotics surge and a massive opportunity.
With wearables delivering actionable fitness, information and lifestyle benefits, Telstra has decided now’s the time to offer the public an affordable range across 370 stores.
Nokia has signed up to sponsor 5G research at Germany’s University of Kaiserslautern which will study the telco architecture required for the next generation of super-fast networks.
An EMC Business Data Lake is being used in a project that aims to help motorcycle racers to go faster yet stay safer.
Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One driver and reigning champion Lewis Hamilton says he doesn't know why head-up displays have not been investigated before in the sport.
The automotive, LED lighting and home consumer segments are predicted to drive a large part of growth of 30% in the semiconductor device portion of the global Internet of Things semi-conductor market over the next five years.
Elgato might be best known for its TV tuners and related software - particularly the EyeTV program for Mac - but the company is entering the smart home market and extending its range of mobile-related products.
The Internet of Things is a growing and pervasive influence on all our lives and, according to one global analyst firm, there are already more than 50 billion globally connected sensors that can track, monitor and feed data to computerised systems over the Internet.
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