Darwin City Council installed a network of hundreds of new devices across the centre of the city last year. This web of “smart” lights, environmental sensors and video cameras is designed to give the council more power to monitor and manage urban places – and the people who occupy them. The council says the A$10… Read more »
Sydney’s Liverpool City Council has signed an agreement with Mastercard to collaborate on the company’s City Possible program, an initiative bringing the public and private sectors together to solve issues facing cities.
Adelaide is pushing ahead in developing its smart city credentials, partnering with Cisco to run a $1 million Internet of Things traffic project.
Perth and Darwin tech projects among funding recipients through government’s Smart Cities and Suburbs Program
Fifty-two projects across Australia have received funding through the first round of the government’s Smart Cities and Suburbs Program, with grants totalling $28.5 million.
BlueChilli has announced the appointment of Johanna Pitman as program director of CityConnect, a new accelerator program focused on smart city solutions.
Skyfii has signed an agreement with the UK’s Durham University to roll out its data analytics service, IO Insight, across its campus.
Townsville will become the latest Australian city to get an Internet of Things network, with the Townsville City Council partnering with Campbell Scientific Australia to launch the initiative.
Sydney office space management startup SpaceConnect has today announced a raise of $400,000 following its graduation from BlueChilli’s startup accelerator program Disrupt@Scale. The seed funding will allow the startup to drive growth across its Australian corporate customer base.
In a bid to increase the standard and support of Internet of Things (IoT) and Smart Cities development, the government has launched a new global initiative called Hypercat Australia. The initiative is part of an alliance with industry leaders, corporates and government to transform Australian cities into smarter and tech driven hubs.
Collaboration hub Eighteen04 is leveraging the strengths of the Hunter region to boost cleantech and smart city startups
To continue investment into cleantech and smart cities, new Newcastle-based incubator Eighteen04 launched to support startups and promote regional cities as global tech innovators.