The NSW Government will soon introduce legislation to enable the rollout of digital driver licences, and it is pursuing other digital mobility initiatives.
If driverless vehicles are not properly regulated, negative impacts such as increased traffic congestion and data security concerns may outweigh the benefits.
A newly released video is asking the public whether they would travel in an automated vehicle, as industry moves to create a new regulatory system in Australia.
A competition designed to make the streets of Melbourne more accessible to those with a disability has yielded five innovative solutions.
The City of Newcastle and provider National Narrowband Network Co (NNNCo) have commenced deployment of the city's planned LoRaWAN IoT network.
Navigant Research expects the global smart city communications networks market to reach US$5.8bn this year and US$13.4bn in 2027.
The UK will create a '5G city' in a trial of high-speed connectivity to pave the way for a future nationwide 5G rollout.
The Tasmanian Government has selected MNF Enterprise and three other providers as preferred suppliers for the state government's IP telephony services.
A smart parking trial is being rolled out in Light Square by the City of Adelaide, with a view to expanding it across the city.
A new smartphone app has been launched by Newcastle Council, making car parking more convenient.
Toowoomba Regional Council is moving towards using a mobile app and push notification-based system from Brisbane start-up Sniip.
A new City of Newcastle app enables the public to report damage to public property, letting the council quickly assign officers to fix it.
A cloud-based voice service is now available for transport customers who wish to see what their commute to work will be like each day.
Queensland Police's new Mobile Capability Centre will provide officers with innovative mobile technologies to help perform their daily duties.