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    Autonomous Miniature Solar Energy Power Supplies for IoT Sensors and Medical Implants By Professor Alison Lennon This webinar will explore the potential and technology required for solar powered IoT sensors and sub-dermal medical implants. Australia has many applications which can benefit from low cost automated sensing. These include wide area sensing for agriculture, early detection of natural disasters (e.g., bushfires) and biomedical monitoring. Technologies which can be autonomously powered using solar energy provide the key benefits of reduced cost and size. This webinar w
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    Wearable sensing technologies key to IoT future by Javad Foroughi With IoT systems beginning to become commoditised, the point of differentiation for new product development is increasingly moving towards the ability to leverage smart sensing technologies. A key field of research is that of new electromaterials and novel fabrication strategies for seamlessly embedding sensors into fabrics. Garments made with such fabrics is enabling applications such as health to activity monitoring in a wide range of industries. For example the realtime location tracking and monitoring of
  6. After performing a cost calculation for my condition monitoring cloud platform product portfolio (connected devices sending data to an IoT core) I was shocked at how expensive Telstra's M2M monthly data plan is compared to all other services. Furthermore, it's AUD3.00 a SIM card (below 100 units) or AUD2.50 (above 100 units) and they deliver domestically for a flat rate of AUD15.00. I am able to run my entire cloud platform (storage, messaging, cyber security services, database queries, notifications) for half the cost of the Telstra product. This is a rip off!
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    Webinar - Deep Learning For Machine Vision Synopsis: Deep learning is the new frontier for artificial intelligence. The technology simulates brain activities by using billions of training examples similar to the way neurons operate. Deep neural networks are trained with GPU cluster with tens of thousands of processor. Applications of the technology include machine vision, physics, biology, transport, IoT. This talk will mainly introduce deep learning for machine vision. The technology could be used in smart manufacturing, health care, MedTech or in sport. For example, defect detectio
  9. Whistling in the IoT Wind. By a strange twist of fate, I find myself back where I and MEA began in 1984; in the wind energy business. Over the intervening years renewable energy has gone from ground zero in Australia to mainstream, and I’m no longer regarded as a tree-hugging sandal-wearing bearded fringe-dweller. Fortunately, this new application is solidly ground-based. Where once I was conducting field measurements on tall towers on potential wind farm sites, MEA’s latest CAT-M1 data loggers are now magnetically clamped to the base of giant wind turbine generators, back-
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    Webinar - Do You Own Your Data? Description Whether data originated with a consumer using a product, with sensors on a machine at a factory or on crates of crops picked in a field, the question remains: Whose data is it? There is no standard, agreed-upon, IoT data ownership model in place to clarify. If you don’t own your data, what constraints are placed on your use of that data? Do you have the right to use it any way you want? Who owns the insights gained from data that you don’t own? Who else has the right to use your data? In the web of company ownership, the ans
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    Webinar - Practical Industrial IoT Presenters - Glen Fry and Arlen Nipper Description - With the growth of analytics and the benefits of harnessing data from OT, a common question we hear is how best to implement an IIoT solution. Companies are struggling on how to start this process given their current industrial environment in a cost-effective and scalable manner to begin their Digital Transformation journey. Presenter and President of Cirrus Link Solutions, Arlen Nipper (co-inventor of MQTT), discusses the origins of MQTT, and follows with a demonstration of the benef
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    Machine Learning in (I)IoT Description The past few years has seen a significant resurgence in interest and application of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. This has been primarily driven by the ready availability of relatively high and scalable compute power, cloud systems and virtualisation. It has also occurred coincident with emerging interest in Big Data and (Industrial) Internet of Things. Machine Learning application at this time is dominated by statistical techniques such as Bayesian Inference. This, and other similar statistical approaches are well suit
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    IoT webinar - Overcoming IIoT Data Interoperability Challenges with OPC UA Presenter - Darek Kominek - Marketing Director at Matrikon (Honeywell) With the advent of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Industrie4.0, the need for secure enterprise wide data visibility has fast become a key requirement for companies to remain competitive. While many of the new IIoT technologies coming from the IT sector (machine learning, big data analytics, and direct-to-cloud communications) promise great benefits to the discrete, process, and hybrid industries – the reality is that facilita
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    Description Sensahub by Sensavation is an Australian developed IoT software platform focused on making it easier to build IoT business solutions. This webinar shares experiences from the Sensavation team and partners with designing, customising and deploying IoT solutions in the industrial, agricultural and local government sectors. We will cover topics like the difficulties with developing IoT solutions, maximising the business value from an investment in IoT and some of the considerations needed to be successful with IoT. Key takeaways Sharing a couple of Australian IoT case s
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  17. A Virus in the IoT. Geeks have got it good in this post-normal world: vulnerable old folk like me are sent home and told to stay away from the office. Are you kidding me? Home is where my garden is, my own personal sacred site that is at the root of my interest in agricultural technology and irrigation. Home is also where my favourite lab is. Here, I have two benches. One is set up with all the fancy test equipment I need to create and test MEA stuff. The second one (pictured below) is where I fix my eBay-acquired fine old test instruments from back in the 19
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    View the recording: This webinar has passed. Members of Engineers Australia can view the recording free on MyPortal. Simply logon and navigate to Technologies > Sensor & Embedded Electronics ______________________________________ Join Nube iO & Honeywell for a review of how IoT was implemented at the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) to achieve specific space utilization insights and goals. This webinar details: • The benefits of implementing an IoT solution for retrofit building applications • A review of IoT technologies used •
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    Building a business case for IoT View the recording: This webinar has passed. Members of Engineers Australia can view the recording free on MyPortal. Simply logon and navigate to Industry Applications > Other Description/Synopsis Dramatic increase of Operational Risks has a profound impact on economic viability of projects, company reputation and its balance sheet. This presentation elaborates how these exposures can be better managed via non-traditional measures, using Resilience Data, IoT and AI. Furthermore, it explains how senior management (an Executive and Board
  20. Edge Cases in the IoT. Time’s dragging in the MEA labs; we’re grinding out the finishing touches to Version 2 of our GBL (CAT-M1) data logger and it’s painful. Ah, but it’s always like this! With some hundreds of these new loggers in service for the past six months, three units have been returned to the product development team exhibiting weirdness. Yet these pain-points are exactly what we must eliminate here and now, so we’re holding up production of future stock until we resolve these edge-case issues to our satisfaction. Future ugliness would be our certain fate if
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    Implementation of Edge Sensor for Online Flotation Interface Detection View the recording: This webinar has passed. Members of Engineers Australia can view the recording free on MyPortal. Simply logon and navigate to Technologies > Data Analytics Presenter: Trevor Hadley (Co-founder/Managing Director of Clarity Advanced Control) Host: Geoff Sizer Description The value of timely decision making, system optimisation and continuous improvement is well understood from productivity achievements gained in industries more broadly. Mining operations are increasin
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  23. Powering the IoT. A positive energy budget is a ‘sine qua non’ (absolutely essential condition) in an IoT field station. Early MEA data loggers deployed in agriculture were battery-powered affairs, but unless the battery capacity is adequate for 3-5 years the logistics of battery swap-outs – with their inherent risk of breaking environmental seals put in place in the factory – can increase user frustration and shorten product lifetime. Energy harvesting via solar panels extends product field life indefinitely; we now have thousands of IoT solar-powered sites still in service af
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    View the recording: This webinar has passed. Members of Engineers Australia can view the recording free on MyPortal. Simply logon and navigate to Technologies > Sensors & Embedded Electronics Synopsis Location has become a critical component across a wide variety of organizations as part of their ever-expanding IoT implementations. As companies get more sophisticated in their knowledge of what IoT can do for their business, they’re moving beyond basic applications to use IoT to better manage key business processes. While accurate location capabilities are on every compan
  25. One Small Anniversary in the IoT. At 3pm exactly a year ago today (19th Feb 2020) MEA transmitted the first 20 bytes of measurement data on the Myriota satellite network from the MEA Test Garden. Data consisted of four measurements of soil moisture tension in the soil profile below dry-grown Shiraz grapevines, plus battery voltage. After the first anxious few months – where I peered at the incoming data on a daily basis – a certain trust developed that data would keep flowing, and other developments took priority. Along the way though, I checked in on the growing Green Brai
  26. Tripwires in the IoT. Once more to the barricades… MEA’s new CAT-M1 IoT data loggers – like the majority of Australians – have their own SIM cards and (a meagre 3Mb) data plan. But with the production line rolling and the number of deployed loggers rising inexorably some way of keeping these bulk data plans in check proved critical. Fortunately, specialist companies provide boxes of 100 SIMs and platforms for generating alerts when things go awry. Just weeks into the new decade we hit a tripwire: a significant number of loggers are exceeding their data allowance while drain
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