Internet of Things

The Internet of Things is the inter-networking of physical devices, vehicles, buildings, and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity which enable these objects to collect and exchange data.

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Local Government Use Cases

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External Links & References

  1. Wikipedia
  2. Google Search
  3. The Things Network
  4. Meshed
  5. Smart bus shelters City of Ryde
  6. Barrier sensor
  7. IoTHUB
  8. Using LoRa to build a 'Fitbit for Sydney' - IoTHUB (July 2016)
  9. Meshed brings LoRaWAN to Brisbane - IoTHUB (October 2016)
  10. A SMART digital revolution for Wollongong - University of Wollongong (May 2017)
  11. Council introduces smart bins to Bondi - IoTHUB (June 2017)
  12. How Ipswich City Council uses LoRaWAN - IoTHUB (July 2017)
  13. Community Internet of Things Australia - Paul McManus (August 2017)
  14. The Things Network - Melbourne
  15. Smart cities using Internet of Things Solutions - IoT World
  16. Thinxtra
  17. People Counting Made Easy
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