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.
UNSW Sydney, Providence Asset Group and Tamworth City Council will collaborate on integrated trials of smart city technologies.
Free public Wi-Fi networks will be deployed in parts of Bathurst and the Gold Coast under publicly funded projects by the respective cities.
Discounted parking has seen a 25% increase in the use of the City of Newcastle's EasyPark mobile phone app.
NSW wants to transform the door-to-door travel experience for commuters through mobility-as-a-service, and is also making it easier to use Opal terminals for train journeys.
PayPal is now accepted as a payment option by Service NSW and will progressively roll out across all NSW Government agencies that use this website and app.
The NT Government's hospital-based Virtual Desktop Infrastructure project has taken out a prestigious national IT award.
The City of Fremantle engaged Data#3 to oversee a project to upgrade its desktop device fleet with a combination of Microsoft Surface and HP desktop devices.
The City of Adelaide has installed 42 electric vehicle charging stations around the city, as part of its 2016–2020 Strategic Plan.
Local, state and territory governments are being asked to nominate mobile phone black spots, ahead of the next round of the Mobile Black Spot program.
Optus Business has secured a three-year contract to provide a range of communications products and services to the Department of Health.