An Australian innovation is now influencing the way in which satellite data can be used.
Queensland's Department of Natural Resources and Mines has launched the QImagery collection, an online library of aerial images dating back to the 1930s.
Smarter, faster parking systems have now been implemented in Canberra, with the last single-space meter now removed from the city.
A new solar plant will be built in regional Victoria, to be responsible for powering Melbourne's tram network.
A program designed to test instant, accurate and reliable positioning technology will receive funding from the federal government.
The federal government's Smart Cities and Suburbs Program draft guidelines have been released for public consultations, with communities given the opportunity to provide their feedback.
A camera system has been implemented in NSW to assist authorities in locating and responding to bushfires.
A state government supported research study led by the University of Melbourne will use thousands of sensors to collect data on traffic and pedestrian activity from a busy 5 km strip of the city.
The Division of Resources and Energy of the Department of Industry (DRE) has become the first NSW Government customer of Singaporean company Latize.
Illegal dumping will be targeted by a new Victoria-wide drone program, designed to capture video evidence of this type of offence.
A new Cray supercomputer has been installed at the Bureau of Meteorology, meaning that weather forecasts and warnings in Australia will now be more accurate and reach the public faster.
Queensland has agreed to partake in the establishment of a scientific hub in Australia to access European satellite data and imagery.
City of Sydney employees are now working in an environment powered by a low-carbon trigeneration plant.
The world's Smart21 Communities of 2017 have been announced, with three Australian Smart Communities Association (ASCA) members making the list.
Engineers from Queensland have urged Brisbane to model its transport planning on European cities.