Tag: iot

Find Out the Reason of Internet of Things’ Complex Proposition Warp Secrutiy

By Smart Home System 0 Comment September 21, 2016

Let’s get to know it. “IoT doesn’t have a universally accepted definition. When people think about IoT, they don’t have a clear device in mind,” said Bogdan Botezatu, senior e-threat analyst at Bitdefender. “Some of them think of smartphones, others think of sensors, connected cameras, thermostats, and so on. “The common denominator across all of […]

Australia Provide Global Contribution of Smart Industry and IoTAA Focus on Smart Cities, Utilities, Transport and Agriculture

By Smart Home System 0 Comment September 19, 2016

These four areas form part of the IoTAA’s second workstream on smart industries and cities collaboration, and the executives leading each of these sub-streams have provided an insight into the work being done in these sectors. “We’re currently in the process of selecting showcase smart city projects, and in order for these projects to be […]

What’s Holding Back the Internet of Things and How the Difficulty Can be Overcome in Australia

By Smart Home System 0 Comment September 8, 2016

Australia’s Internet of Things is not as rapid as it is in the United States and parts of Europe. “What you see now is that things aren’t moving that fast, which we expected,” said Wienke Giezeman, IoT pioneer and co-founder of The Things Network. “Things are being overvalued, the proprietary products that are in the market […]

Smart Airport, An Executive at Digital Solution Provider Built.io, Bring the Efficiencies That Travellers Have Sought for Years

By Smart Home System 0 Comment September 8, 2016

Airports are some of the most time-critical locations in the world. “A smart airport could be considered a combination of a smart city and a smart building,” said Parthiv Patel, technical marketing manager at Built.io. “While it would be considered a smart building by definition, the scale and infrastructure required for a smart airport is […]

Technology Standard Hypercat Australia Support the Development of Smart Cities

By Smart Home System 0 Comment September 6, 2016

As a technology standard, Hypercat Australia support the development of smart cities. The UK-developed alliance and interoperability standard enables free communication from any connected IoT sensor or device used to monitor an environment. The standard will help improve city services through better informed decision-making based on data such as air quality, energy usage, traffic flows and asset utilisation. […]

Telcos Provide Cellular Services for Large-Scale Deployments and Help Advance Narrow Band IoT

By Smart Home System 0 Comment September 5, 2016

Let’s get to know the telcos. “IoT is a very big marketplace. There are segments inside IoT and cellular connectivity is an important part of that,” said Justin Nelson, Vodafone Global Enterprise’s head of IoT for the APAC region. “We’re about cellular: 2G/3G/4G, NB-IoT which is coming, and what does 5G mean, and using our […]

KPMG Australia Announced New Business Dedicated IoT Practice

By Smart Home System 0 Comment August 30, 2016

KPMG Australia announced that a new business practice focused on the Internet of Things. Spearheaded by Piers Hogarth-Scott, the IoT practice will focus on three sectors: Smart cities, including connected transport and infrastructure Smart campuses, recognising universities as microcosms of cities Smart agriculture. KPMG intends to grow the practice to more than 30 IoT specialists over […]

What’s the key to Indoor Location Accuracy ? Ultra-Wideband?

By Smart Home System 0 Comment August 30, 2016

Ultra-wideband (UWB) could be the protocol that wins out in the end. “The technology works by measuring the time of flight between one UWB chip and another, via radio impulses,” said Luc Darmon, the chief marketing officer of Decawave, an Irish technology company that uses UWB technologies in its indoor positioning systems. “We’ve been able to […]

In Next-Gen Infrastructure, What Role is the IoT Playing?

By Smart Home System 0 Comment August 29, 2016

The University of Wollongong is now discussing the doing research on the use of cutting-edge technologies to build the next generation of global infrastructure.. Commencing on 1 September and running over two days, the International Symposia for Next Generation Infrastructure (ISNGI) is set to kick off in Wollongong, and the University of Wollongong’s (UOW) SMART Infrastructure Facility […]

New Product : Home Energy Management System CSIRO

By Smart Home System 0 Comment August 25, 2016

Home energy management system CSIRO has launched by Australian energy. It is able to select the most efficient source for the household’s electricity supply at any given time by continuously analysing and optimising the energy sourced by solar panels or stored in batteries on-site. The system also looks at the power consumption patterns of a household, and […]