The global smart streetlight install base is on track to reach 73m by 2026, unlocking more opportunities for cities and utility companies to develop additional revenue-generating services.
TechnologyOne has warned it will commence legal action against the Brisbane City Council if the council follows through with threats to terminate a $122m local government systems contract.
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The Department of Human Services is on the hunt for five national managers to join its CIO Group.
The ATO says it is working to improve its IT systems to reduce incidents of online systems outages, but says further brief disruptions could result from those works.
The first Defence Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) has been launched by the federal government.
Dozens of courtrooms across NSW will have their audiovisual links upgraded to enable remote appearances and testimony by defendants, witnesses and experts.
Telstra has joined major companies such as Microsoft, IBM and Cisco as a member of the Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand.
The City of Newcastle is installing up to 350 smart city poles with LED lighting, Wi-Fi connectivity, audio speakers and CCTV cameras as part of Australia's largest smart lighting project to date.
The New Zealand government is replacing its two 10-year-old research supercomputers with three new significantly faster systems.
Curtin University has selected Hitachi to deploy an Internet of Things (IoT) solution to advance its vision of a smart campus that enhances the student experience, improves classroom learning and ultimately attracts more industry to collaborate on data-driven research.
Australia's premier government ICT showcase returns in August, with a packed line-up of top Australian and international speakers.
Queensland Corrective Services has been successfully migrated onto the state's new Aurion payroll system for public safety agencies.
The Cyber Victoria program has been launched, as part of an effort to help the state become the first cyber-ready city in Australia.
CeBIT Australia will showcase traffic drones and a robotic rubbish collection unit from Bega Valley company Slasher Teck.