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  1. Description: Over the past few years, South East Water (SEW) in Victoria has been trialling a range of different Internet of Things (IoT) technologies with the goal of creating the most advanced water and wastewater network in Australia. The trials are aimed at identifying an IOT platform that will allow the connection of around one million monitoring and controlling devices across SEW’s water and wastewater network using a low power wide area network. This case study describes the activities to date. Source: Based on a webinar titled The Smartest Water Network in Australia delivered on
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  2. As far as buzzwords go, the Internet of Things (IOT) is breaking all records. Topping the Gartner Hype Curve for the last two years running, it has been described as THE defining technological trend of the next decade. The hype is around the projections that IOT technology will impact the vast majority of business processes in virtually every industry, effectively transforming the Internet and our economy as we know it. The message is clear for engineers starting their career – you need to know about this important technology if you want to have a full spectrum of skills that are attracti
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  3. The Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to deliver a tidal wave of data. It has been estimated that 25 gigabytes of data is generated by the average smart car every hour. This will be a major challenge for any operator of fleet of smart cars. In the future, it is conceivable that all cars will be generating this amount of data and there were roughly 18 million vehicles in Australia alone, in 2015. This is just one example in a myriad of potential applications of IoT. One project that is generating more data than almost any other in the world is the Square Kilometer Array. It's an intern
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  4. This page lists a range of micro examples of IOT across a variety of industries: Smart Homes and Buildings: Security: Remote monitoring of properties can be freed of the need for wiring, making installation much easier. It is also easier to install remotely controlled actuators such door and gate locks. In addition, IoT systems can add a level of intelligence to home security systems, alerting you to unusual activity, letting you know if you are leaving home with a door or window open etc. Toothbrush. One may consider, “Why would you want to connect to a tooth brush?” Current
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  5. In order to fine tune the operation of our recently launched Applied IOT Engineering Community, we would like to find out more about what kinds of topics you want to hear about and what kinds of activities we should be doing. The core members of the community have created the following survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3WTXQYJ We would greatly appreciate it if you could take just a few minutes to complete this and to provide any general comments on how you would like this community to evolve. If you have any questions about this survey or the community, don't hesit
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  6. The success of the Applied IOT Engineering Community depends very much on the engagement of its members. As such we would very much like you to optimise your settings so that you are aware of what is going on and can engage fully. Due to privacy laws we can't do this for you. Following are the steps you need to take to be fully engaged: Firstly you need to be logged on to make changes to your settings. Click the sign in button at the top right or register if you have not already done so. Subscribe to our fortnightly newsletter, which lists upcoming webinars and changes to the wiki. T
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