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Innovate with confidence Securely connect more things in more places on the Telstra IoT Network—Australia’s largest and underpinned by future-proof, ready-built network technologies for a wide breadth of use cases. Our range of mobile network technologies address some of your biggest concerns when it comes to deploying IoT solutions, including security, reliability and coverage. And our Cellular Low Power Wide Area Networks (Cellular LPWANs) deliver additional benefits for scaled deployments around cost, battery life and coverage in challenging locations. Inbound and outbound roaming agreements...

In partnership with Lexus Australia, we’re about to start testing new life-saving communication technologies in cars on Victorian roads. Powered by our 4GX network, the trials will test and demonstrate Australian-first Cellular V2X technology and advanced driver assist features to create a safer driving experience. Technology has always been a catalyst for substantially improved driver safety. From the introduction of seat belts and ABS to more recent advances in radar and sensing technology, technology innovations over the last half century have reduced...

If there’s one thing that the financial firms have learned the past few years, it’s the value of being nimble. Competition in the financial services sector has never been fiercer and demands on most companies’ networks have never been greater. As a result, trading firms need to be able to quickly adjust their strategies. The catalyst for a strategic shift may come from a range of factors, such as a new regulatory environment, sudden business opportunities or changing market conditions. Firms...

Ari Keränen Interoperability still remains one of the key challenges in IoT.  In particular how applications, their data, and interactions work well together is still an open issue. The T2TRG workshop on IoT Semantic/Hypermedia Interoperability on July 15-16 is an opportunity to address these challenges. At Ericsson Research we have been working for a long time to enable multi-vendor and cross-industry interoperability across the IoT protocol stack, spanning from efficient radio technologies to enabling IPv6 and web technologies in constrained IoT devices....

 Miles Kingston We are closer to having autonomous homes, with advances in video, compute, and data processing capabilities being added to consumer products. This week marks the general availability of the Amazon Echo Show, which is notable not only for its popularity but also for delivering advanced sensing capabilities to a smart speaker. With a touchscreen, video capabilities, and a host of voice-enabled technology, the Echo Show is an evolution of the smart speaker, and it provides a peek into how our...

 Jerry Lee - Microsoft's director of product marketing, Data Platform and IoT Somewhere on a remote stretch of highway a truck carrying valuable and perishable cargo runs into engine trouble. Rather than seeking out a local mechanic to diagnose the problem, the driver contacts fleet headquarters. There, a technician has already received detailed information from Internet-enabled vehicle sensors. This information tells the technician about the severity of the fault and enables them to know when, where, and how to best fix...

The Internet of Things in Australia is set to change our lives. The future is coming, and it’s connected. A new report from consumer insights service Telsyte predicts that the average Australian household will have around 29 connected devices in just over three years’ time. That’s almost triple the devices we have now. Take a look around your home. By the year 2020, if this report is correct, a huge number of the appliances you use every day will have been replaced with...

Stuart Corner A few news outlets became very excited by some stats presented in a just released ITU report. They claim the ITU report shows Sweden as having the highest IoT penetration, with New Zealand a distant second. Australia did not even make the top 20, but the figures don’t bear close scrutiny. Here’s how MediaPost’s ioTDaily ConnectedThings reported the news. “Leading IoT-Connected Countries: Sweden, New Zealand, Norway; U.S. Ranks #7” Another article was headlined “Scandinavia leaps ahead of everyone in IoT deployment.” It...

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