Connected and autonomous vehicles will soon have a road of their own, following an announcement by Michigan that it intends to build a 64-km-long corridor solely for their use.
The agreement covers a wide range of services, including voice and data carriage services, telephony, WAN and LAN delivery, and contact centre infrastructure.
New Zealand has announced that it will go ahead with hosting the APEC meeting in 2021, but that will it conduct the event using virtual digital platforms.
The project aims to bring 5G shared antenna systems into full-scale use by March 2021.
Delv has collaborated with the Department of Health and the Digital Transformation Agency to develop a one-stop COVID-19 app for Australian citizens.
Telstra has secured an $8 million contract to deliver iPhone 11s installed with apps supporting vital police functions to every frontline WA Police officer.
The Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand has published a paper outlining nine principles for cities to take during 5G deployment planning.
A new Federal Mobility Group comprising mobility experts from across the US Government has been established by the CIO Council.
Delegates from the Department of Communications have signed a new ministerial statement at the Asia Pacific Telecommunity ICT Ministerial Meeting.
The federal government has awarded a multiyear contract to Everbridge to support the delivery of the Emergency Alert Australia early warning system.
The Victorian Government has awarded Spirit Telecom its second grant under the Connecting Regional Communities program.
Spending on smart city traffic technologies is increasing quickly as cities seek to ease congestion and lower vehicle emission footprints.
Commuters in five cities including Sydney want rail networks to deploy new technologies including continuous connectivity to enhance their journeys.