New Zealand IoT Alliance presents case studies of Smart City and Environment
11 August 2020
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"
13 December 2018
“Kordia’s Chief Digital Officer, Aaron Olphert, talks about why IoT is Important and how we’re helping businesses achieve their IoT ambitions. Aaron’s advice to kiwi businesses is to take an agile approach to IoT. Choose a business problem – try it, prove it and scale it out…or kill it” Great advice!” The future of IoT … Continue reading "The Future of IoT"
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
“Creating the business model and use cases for IoT is fundamental to developing a vibrant and sustainable market”
18 October 2018
IoT security is a key challenge / driver if we are to realise the full benefits of this technology. That’s why the NZ IoT Alliance has established a Working Group to address this issue in a NZ context.
07 September 2018
“IoT security is a key challenge / driver if we are to realise the full benefits of this technology. That’s why the NZ IoT Alliance has established a Working Group to address this issue in a NZ context. IoT security is going to be a big business opportunity as this new market takes shape”
06 September 2018
“It’s not surprising that IoT, Automation, crypto-currency and AI will all be mainstream by 2020. The pull effect of these emerging technologies is going to shift the way we do business and live our lives”
06 September 2018
“The risk of major cyber security breaches via IoT devices is growing, especially from third party devices. The NZ IoT Alliance has formed a working group to look at this very issue and what measures need to be adopted within NZ.”
23 August 2018