The New Zealand government has set aside $1.9m for its contribution towards the testing and development of a system to significantly improve GPS accuracy.
A team of RMIT scientists have developed a proof-of-concept system for identifying road signs in need of repair using Google's Street View API.
Portable wireless technology is being used by Logan City Council to monitor air quality around wastewater treatment facilities.
Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand has released a call for abstracts for its event Smart Cities Week Australia.
An e-waste collection and storage prototype is currently being constructed by East Gippsland Shire Council.
A new salary sacrifice initiative designed to encourage the use of e-bikes is being rolled out by the ACT Government for its public servants.
The Park Adelaide app is designed to provide accurate, real-time information about parking availability and time limits within the city.
Darwin will replace close to 10,000 lights on its street and public lighting network with LEDs wirelessly connected by Telensa.
Smart technology is now being rolled out in outdoor public spaces across the Georges River local government area.
The NSW Government is working with the CSIRO's Data61 to develop an interactive digital twin of the state based on 3D and 4D spatial data.
Wayne Patterson, Director of NSW Spatial Services, describes an important joint project between the NSW Government and the CSIRO's Data 61.
Under a new Queensland government policy, all state government construction projects worth at least $50m will be required to use building information modelling.
The City of Newcastle has begun the process of setting new climate action targets for the future post-2020.
The NSW Government will work with Hitachi, after the two organisations recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU).
PSMA Australia — a commercial organisation owned by the states and territories — has completed a 'building census' covering every building on the continent.