Eight Australian and four New Zealand projects have made the shortlist of finalists for the 2020 IDC Asia Pacific Smart Cities Awards.
As the US Department of Defense adopts ethical principles for the use of AI by the military, Australia, too, is beginning to develop its own AI outlook.
Four hundred SA schools are now connected to high-speed, fibre-optic internet through the state government's $80 million 'SWiFT' project.
Australia's delegation to the WRC-19 focused on advancing the nation's legitimate interests in spectrum policy and technology matters.
The UK Government is set to put up to £1.2bn towards the development of a new weather and climate forecasting supercomputer.
The NT Government is set to invest $7.9 million in a fibre-optic network upgrade, which will see speeds reach 20 Tbps.
The NSW Telco Authority found itself in the thick of battle during the bushfires, working to maintain emergency communications and restoring damaged sites.
Global spending on smart city initiatives is set to reach nearly $124bn in 2020, with Singapore, Tokyo, New York and London posting over $1bn each, IDC tips.
The Victorian Government has invested $10m in a new 'skills hub' designed to support students' future work success.
Nominations are now open for the 2020 Smart Cities & Communities Awards, presented by the Australian Smart Communities Association.
The City of Adelaide is set to use 100% renewable energy to power its assets from 1 July 2020 as part of its plan to go carbon neutral.
England's Blackpool Council claims it has saved over £1 million using artificial intelligence (AI) and satellite imaging to inspect road damage.
The ACT Government has delivered over 20,000 Chromebooks to public school students Years 7 to 12 in a bid to equalise learning opportunities.
The European Telecommunications Standards Institute will hold the ETSI Roadshow: Standardisation Perspectives in the Smart City Ecosystem conference in Milan.