20 December 2018
IoT Alliance comment: “The 5G evolution of mobile connectivity will accelerate digital transformation in ways we can only imagine. The impact of 5G on IoT will be huge. If we are to realise the full benefits of IoT, we need 5G. The reason we need 5G is not so much about bandwidth, but simply the … Continue reading "Digital Transformation and the road to 5G in Asia Pacific"
20 December 2018
IoT Alliance comment: “Kordia has launches New Zealand’s first IoT Store, called the ‘Things’ store. The purpose of this initiative is to make it easier for businesses to experiment with IoT, and maybe even fail and try again. Unlocking some myths around the cost and the technology itself will be a significant step forward in … Continue reading "Kordia launches New Zealand’s first dedicated ‘IoT Store’"
13 December 2018
IoT Alliance comment: “BoatSecure is a boat monitoring system developed by NZ company IoT Ventures and entrepreneur John McDermott. Sensors on a boat connect to the vessel’s electrical system. These sensors continuously check the boat’s battery, bilge pump, geo location, and shore power supply. This information travels over Spark’s LoRa (low power, long-range) network to … Continue reading "IoT keeps boaties on board when they’re away from the marina"
10 December 2018
IoT Alliance comment: “Levno, who provide resource monitoring services to the rural sector, has signed up as one of Spark first IoT customers. Levno is rolling our IoT technology as part of its fuel monitoring service to customers, leveraging the recent completion of Sparks nationwide IoT network. Levno customers will see an immediate benefit through … Continue reading "Spark new ‘Internet of Things’ network set to give resource monitoring company Levno an edge"
IoT Alliance comment: “IoT moisture sensors and machine-to-machine (M2M) technology is helping take the guesswork out of irrigation. WaterForce by Vodafone, ensures the benefits keep flowing to New Zealand farmers.”
10 December 2018
29 November 2018
“Bigbelly solar-powered compacting rubbish bins have been used in New Zealand, and around the world, for some time. Christchurch is the first major city in New Zealand to trial these compacting bins. The bin sends real time data to contractors telling them when they need to be emptied, resulting in fewer truck rolls and improved … Continue reading "Is IoT full of rubbish?"
28 November 2018
“Christchurch City Council (CCC) has committed $765,000 over three years to install and maintain a network of IoT seismic sensor across the city. The new IoT network, called EQRnet, will deliver “Seismic Resilience as a Service” for public and private sector owners/operators of critical infrastructure. EQRnet is part of CCC’s Smart Cities initiatives and has … Continue reading "New sensor network builds earthquake resilience"
30 October 2018
“Edge computing is not a cloud killer and neither will it be. However, edge computing is driven by the emerging needs of the IoT industry. It can be envisioned that edge computing might have massive adoption in the coming years powering next-generation technologies from connected cars, smart drones and manufacturing.” The NZ IoT Alliance views IoT … Continue reading "Edge Computing – Intelligence at the Edge"
“IoT may redefine what working remotely means. With more IoT sensors being deployed in workplaces, jobs which once required you to be in the office or on site, could in fact be done from anywhere in the world. Taking this a step further, could we soon see people doing their job completely from home using the cloud to interact with colleagues, work places and factories, and the billions of IoT sensors deployed globally”.
18 October 2018