Top 7 trends for the security industry

We have seen more diversified AI products and applications The physical security industry has been changing quickly in recent years. Developments and applications of cutting-edge technologies in this ever-evolving industry such as AI, machine perception, and IoT, are breaking boundaries all the time. We have seen security systems become deeply…

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An introduction to securing smart places

System failures in smart places could have significant consequences Introduction The ACSC has released a new publication An Introduction to Securing Smart Places to assist public and private organisations in securely implementing and sustaining smart place technology. The highly connected nature of our cities and towns’ public and private infrastructure creates efficiencies…

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Manufacturing industrial IoT spending to reach $US89 billion

China is placing a large bet on the Industrial Internet of Things Discrete manufacturers all over the world are actively investigating how to leverage the Internet of Things (IoT) to link their supply chains, equipment, and products better. In a recent IDC report titled, Upcoming Trends in Internet of Things Retrofitting…

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Origin Energy accelerates innovation

Hones project managers’ 20:20 hindsight. In any given year, Origin Energy has more than 100 projects on the go across Australia, spanning technology, exploration, construction, maintenance and renewables. The company invests significantly to support these projects, and reinforces its strong learning culture with extensive education and training programs for employees.…

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Brisbane day care centre creates COVID-19-safe environment

Zeplin and Thinxtra IoT solution to monitor CO2 levels. The Gap Cubbyhouse Montessori in Brisbane has created a safer, healthier and more productive childcare learning environment with Internet of Things (IoT) technology from Australian companies Thinxtra and Zeplin. The solution comprises indoor air quality (IAQ) monitoring devices to measure carbon dioxide (CO2) levels, proven to be the…

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Internet of Things technology reaches 6.3 million Australian homes

Industry cooperation set to usher in a new wave of smart home technology adoption. The connected home market is on full throttle with nearly two-thirds (6.3 million) of Australian households having at least one IoT at Home (smart home) product at the end of 2021, according to new research from…

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