Ion Systems is developing a system to improve the situational awareness of teams in hostile environments, such as emergency services or Defence.
Adelaide startup Fleet Space Technologies has announced it is set to launch two nanosatellites before the end of the year in its bid to connect the 75 billion devices expected to be online by 2025.
Prohab CEO Lyndon Huf spoke about his company’s development and how his dad encouraged him to go hard and pursue this idea.
Movus has developed FitMachine, a combined sensor and software solution that helps organisations monitor and maintain their industrial machinery and other assets.
Adelaide’s Myriota has raised a US$15 million eries A round led Blue Sky VC and the CSIRO’s Main Sequence Ventures, with participation from Boeing HorizonX.
Australian software company Simble Solutions has listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), having raised $7.5 million in an IPO.
Northern NSW startup Nuonic has today announced it has received strategic investment from, and launched an alliance with, KPMG Australia.
Adelaide is pushing ahead in developing its smart city credentials, partnering with Cisco to run a $1 million Internet of Things traffic project.
ASX-listed Internet of Things company Quantify Technology has completed an institutional placement to raise $5 million from existing investors.
Telstra has acquired Australian company MTData for an undisclosed fee, as it aims to grow out a “key pillar” of its connected vehicle offering.
Leading investment totals for IoT agtechs is The Yield, which applies its flagship ‘Sensing+’ technology to detect the microclimate of an ecosystem
Energy Australia has partnered with Redback Technologies to launch the Redback Smart Hybrid System, a renewable energy system used to control energy usage.
AgriTech startup Smart Paddock is an IoT play that uses a smart ear tag to monitor the health and well-being of livestock.
Startupbootcamp has launched ‘Energy Australia’, a Melbourne-based accelerator to support startups working in the energy space.
A new study from Visa has suggested that Australians are becoming increasingly more comfortable with pairing IoT and AI tech with their transactions.