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  1. See this new startup based in South Australia. http://www.fleet.space/about/ It aims to be providing a global IoT satellite service but as far as I can tell its not connected to Myriota, which is the other player in this space to come out of South Australia. The are hiring lots of IoT people in this space.
  2. Recording: This webinar has now passed. Members of Engineers Australia can view the free recording on MyPortal. Just logon and navigate to IoT Technologies > Other Presenter: Chi Binh Le, Cloud Services Support, IBM What you will learn: Working with IoT platforms from IBM and AT&T Developing IoT devices to send data to IoT platform Visualising data from IoT Description: The proliferation of cheap sensors and microcontrollers, coupled with open source software and accessible cloud platforms have brought IoT development within the reach of ordinary consumers. In this presentation, I will show how to interface sensors to a Raspberry Pi and send readings to an IoT platform, and then how to visualise the data. About the presenter: Chi Binh Le is a telecommunications engineer currently working in IBM supporting cloud services. Chi Binh has worked for Vodafone, Nokia and Ericsson in the past as a Design and Implementation Engineer in the circuit switched core network area. Some of the telco projects he has been involved in include the implementation of Mobile Number Portability and the first commercial 3G launch in Australia.
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    View the recording: This webinar has passed. Members of Engineers Australia can view the recording free of charge at MyPortal. Just logon and navigate to Industry Specific Applications > Mining and Energy ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Presenters: Sivasubramaniyan Kasiviswanathan and Abhijit Roy, Happiest Minds What you will learn: How to architect and deploy a scalable IoT Solution An overview of an IoT Platform Design considerations for an IoT Solution Description: The presentation will focus on how we enabled a renewable energy management company to develop an IoT monitoring system that aggregated data from wind turbines, solar panels and hydro plants. The customer was facing serious issues with scalability and was skeptical if the current engineered solution would be able to accommodate moving from 1GW to 10GW power management. We worked with the customer in terms of assessing and architecting an IoT solution that would address their scalability issues while being able to communicate with more than 600 turbines and manage data ingestion of up to 150GB a day. About the presenters: Sivasubramaniyan Kasiviswanathan – Program Director, IoT Center of Excellence, Happiest Minds: Siva has more than 15 years of experience in managing Embedded System and Internet technologies products and platforms in several verticals with a primary focus on Automotive and Education. He has spent the last few years building and managing IoT Platforms and gateway software for the industrial space while solving the typical IoT problems faced by enterprise companies by providing them with E2E system integration packages. In his current role Siva is responsible for the program management and delivery function under the freshly minted IoT CoE including in-house PoCs and the proprietary MIDAS Platform. Abhijit Roy – Associate Director, IoT Center of Excellence, Happiest Minds: has more than 13 years of industry experience with deep expertise in IoT. He has actively worked on architecting and developing end-to-end IoT solutions involving hardware, embedded and software platforms and applications. He has been a key member in many multidisciplinary teams that were engaged in the reform and automation of various verticals such as Industrial, Utilities, Security & Surveillance, Automotive, Logistics, BFSI, Consumer Solutions and others. Abhijit has also held leadership roles with companies like Reliance and the TATA group where he was responsible for strategy, business and technology for creating their IoT product and services portfolio.
  4. View the recording: This webinar has passed. Members of Engineers Australia can view the recording on MyPortal. Just logon and navigate to Technologies > Security. Presenter: Jason Soroko, Manager - Security, Entrust Datacard What you will learn: IoT security solutions must focus on business outcome IoT initiatives need to be secure by design, scalable, flexible and agnostic to technology environment Managed Identities can be a basis for IoT security including authentication, authorization and data integrity Description: We describe a security approach that unlocks business value by enabling secure access to IoT data. The intent is to ensure the right security level for every device, application, system and user. We ensure that data is usable only by authorized devices, applications and users. This allows you to create trusted IoT ecosystems and safeguard the flow of data across your infrastructure. About the presenter: Jason Soroko has spent nearly two decades in systems architecture and development roles in diverse industries with an emphasis on security. As the threat landscape becomes more advanced, the need for Entrust Datacard to understand evolving threats requires deep and dedicated thinking in security concepts. Soroko's thought-leadership in security is rooted in connecting the threat perspective to how systems work as a whole. He frequents security conferences and publishes on important security topics.
  5. Recording: This webinar has now passed. Members of Engineers Australia can view the free recording in MyPortal. Just logon and navigate to IoT Technologies > Data Analytics _____________________________________________________________________________ Presenter: Jorge Lizama, lead architect for data and analytics solutions, GHD About the presenter: Jorge has spent the last ten years of his career dedicated to the latest advancement on data technologies. Jorge has worked in the technology consulting market in Latin America and Australia gaining relevant experience in big consulting firms such as NTT, Deloitte and Spanish management consulting firm Everis. What you will learn: · Understanding of the impact of in-memory, cloud reporting and big data technologies · How to build a E2E analytics data representation using IoT data Description: While half of IoT is all about all the type of sensors you can imagine, the other half refers to what you do with the data once collected, plenty of terminology is loosely used such as Big Data and analytics, but how it happens really? How are complex formulas are implemented in the collection of data? How are cleansing operations are done? How is this data is presented in an way that people can really make decisions over it? In this presentation we will discuss two study cases of what to do with IoT data after is collected. · “Why is this building moving?” or how from vibration, tilt and other sensors GHD was able to understand key trends on a building behaviour · How from bulk water sensor readings GHD was able to infer points on the water network were the flow was inefficient
  6. Without endorsing Vodaphone in any way, I found this advertisement on Seek interesting. https://www.seek.com.au/job/33081587?savedSearchID=13153406&tracking=JMC-SAU-eDM-JobMail4.01-3881 covering " Internet of Things and Machine 2 Machine (M2M) communications, Industrial Connectivity Hardware and Professional Services." In particular, they are asking for someone to help "ensuring that the overall company is aware of M2M and IoT hardware". So finally we see the telcos realising that its not enough to provide connectivity, they actually have to understand the environment they will be operating in. It doesn't mention any solution types but I assume this means their NB-IoT offering is not far away. What else do you read into this?
  7. Yes, interesting. The article talks about the different players in the IoT industry, being device providers, operators, platform providers, system integrators and application providers. The key message I get from it is that no one player will actually lead the industry effectively. So it comes down to effective partnerships. This is probably one of the challenges facing IoT, because there are so many players in this space that traditionally have never worked together before. In particular the IT world is beginning to collide with the Engineering world. Companies like Cisco, Verizon and IBM have traditionally never been big players at the nuts and bolts level of industry but this is coming and it's a little scarey. I predict a plethora of joint ventures, acquisitions and a shake up of the market on a scale we have never seen before.
  8. Interesting but its so first generation for me. So they can measure Pressure, temperature, wear, vertical load and distance travelled. However, all they are doing with it is telling you when you need to change your tyre, connect you with their local dealer and maybe order online via your smart phone. Many consumers will be totally underwhelmed by this because what this is NOT doing is changing the business model. For example, I already know where and how to get my tires change. I get the impression that some engineer has said, let's instrument these tyres because we can and some marketing person said "we need to lock customers into our brand". That turns me off more than inspires me. It doesn't make me want to have a relationship with this brand. What companies like this need to be doing is using their imagination to create new relationships and business models. First thing that springs to mind is safety - let say around learner drivers and teenage boys in particular - a known high risk category.. Maybe some metrics and real-time feedback on better cornering techniques and advanced driver training. A tyre company providing driver training? Why not. Parents would probably pay anything to get their teenage boys through their hormonal years safely. So now the tyre company has a relationship and new service offering to concerned parents. I really believe that we have to skip the whole first generation phase in IOT and let our imagination run wild. What other things can you think of, that we could do with an instrumented tyre?
  9. Another maturity factor in this is the relationship between consumer and industrial IOT. While I have seen quotes that industrial IoT will be around 70% of the market, uptake of consumer technologies, often precede and drive industrial uptake. Think about how consumer has driven smart phone uptake etc. I assume consumer uptake will be what drives down battery life/costs to make industrial applications more pervasive.
  10. Thanks Heath, What you say about Parking installation sparks the notion that there is a parallel maturity of individual organisations, industries and society in general that needs to occur. e.g. I'm hanging out for the day I can look up on my app where the free parking spots closest to my destination are and to book it as I drive with my voice activated system in the car... Also, I wonder about your mention of density of meters. There is an assumption that just about everything that can be instrumented, will be instrumented, eventually. But what do you think the realistic density will be when the various sectors are "mature".
  11. The Applied IOT Engineering Community of Engineers Australia is looking for speakers to present during its weekly webinar program. Our audience is primarily engineers from all disciplines and industries that have responsibility for innovation in their field. We also have a number of ICT professionals responsible for implementing IoT systems. What we are looking for are one of a few options: End to end case studies: Primarily in industrial or B2B settings, rather than the development of consumer products. These should cover all aspects of IOT from sensors, through analytics to user interfaces, and highlight any particular innovations enabled by IOT. Industry application profiles: Looking at how IOT can potentially transform particular market segments e.g. Intelligent transport, water management etc. This can include multiple short case studies and look at industry wide initiatives like Hypercat for smart cities. Technical deep dives: Discussing a particular aspect of IOT like device management, IPV6 addressing, communication protocols, cloud, analytics, security etc. This is primarily educational in nature and should aim to fill in gaps in our growing body of knowledge (see http://iot.engineersaustralia.org.au/contents.html/). Research: Addressing particular challenges or innovations. You can see the kinds of presentations we have already delivered at http://iot.engineersaustralia.org.au/webinar_records.html/. Ideally we are looking for content that fills a gap in our growing body of knowledge (see http://iot.engineersaustralia.org.au/contents.html/). This is an opportunity for you to put yourself in front of an audience responsible for implementing and integrating IoT solutions. We ask that any presentation is educational in tenor and not overtly promotional. However, we don’t mind you mentioning particular technologies or methodologies to illustrate how IOT can be applied. We also ask permission to record the presentation to distribute to our members and via our eLearning centre. Our webinars are every Tuesday from 12pm to 1pm Sydney time. The format is 30 minutes plus 30 minutes of questions. Being a webinar you can present from your own desk. If you think you have a topic or case study you can present on, do please call or send a paragraph or two outlining the scope of the presentation to iotengineering@engineersaustralia.org.au
  12. Hello all, I noticed this press release from HCL announcing a "Three stage IOT Maturity Framework". The three stages focus on process efficiency, then building new revenue streams and finally "business transformation". I get concerned when I read these kinds of things because we seem to be getting ahead of ourselves. Most organisations I know are still grappling with what it is, or how it is different from M2M/SCADA. I worry that seeing such frameworks can put IOT firmly in the fad camp. However, I do see boundless opportunity for IOT, but slow approach to maturity will have more to do with mastery of integration across a whole range of technology and realizing the synergistic benefits of doing them in an integrated smart way. I would have thought a better framework had to do with highlighting the different elements that contribute to maturity. Having said that, I wonder what they are. Judging by other kinds of frameworks they might be something along the lines of: Technical mastery - ability to integrate multiple technologies.... the levels might start with connecting sensors to cloud, and progress through to machine learning etc. Innovative culture - ability to recognise business and customer led opportunities for IOT lead innovation - that could start with the process improvements and progress through to the change of business models. Leading with data - Actually doing something useful with data as most organisations are pretty bad at this. Partnerships - ability to create partnerships with the multiple players in the industry. Different levels could relate to in-house capability and how this is linked to research organisations and technology leaders. These are just a few ideas slapped down quickly. Perhaps you have a completely different view or would like to add to the list of factors. What are they?
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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 > Interoperability Others can purchase the recording on EABooks. Title: IoT Application Development with Open Data-Driven Computing Platforms Presenter: Professor Dimitrios Georgakopoulos, Swinburne University of Technology What you will learn: The challenges of IoT ‘things’ ownership How IoT ready devices deliver information that solve problems previously too difficult to tackle About the current first generation of standards and open source platforms already in use supporting the development of applications for our industries, cities and governments. Description: The Internet of Things (IoT) incorporates billions of internet-connected devices that are often owned by different organisations and people who are deploying and using them for their own purposes. Federations of such IoT devices, often referred to as IoT things, can also deliver timely and accurate information that is needed to solve internet-scale problems that have been too difficult to tackle before. IoT solutions must be capable of filtering, aggregating, correlating, and contextualising IoT information in real-time, on the move, in the cloud, and securely and must be capable of introducing data-driven changes to the physical world. An overview of IoT solutions, collectively referred as the IoT platform, that have been developed to address these technical challenges and help springboard IoT Application Development will be discussed. The main focus is on open source components and standards developed jointly with other prominent international collaborators. A variety of IoT applications that have utilised these open source IoT platform components to provide solutions in manufacturing, energy and farming will also be described. In closing, future technology advancements in IoT will also be discussed. About the presenter: Prof. Dimitrios Georgakopoulos is the Director of the Key Lab for IoT at Swinburne’s Digital Innovation Capability Platform which he started in July 2016. Before that (2008-2014) he served as a Research Director at CSIRO’s ICT Centre and Executive Director of the Information Engineering Laboratory, the largest Computer Science research program in CSIRO and Australia. Prior to joining CSIRO, he held research and management positions in several industrial laboratories in the USA. Between 2014 and 2016 he was a full Professor at RMIT University and currently an Adjunct Professor at the Australian National University and a CSIRO Adjunct Fellow. He has authored or co-authored 170+ journal and conference publications in computer science, which include a seminal paper in the area of Context Management for the Internet of Things (IoT) and is also the recipient of two outstanding paper awards from the IEEE Computer Society. He has attracted significant research funding ($34M+) from various industry and government research funding agencies across the world. He currently conducts research and develops IoT solutions for industry and government partners in the manufacturing, energy and transportation sectors. When: 12 midday AEST (Sydney) on 21 March 2017. The presentation will last 30 minutes followed by question time. Where: The presentation is by webinar. After registering you will be sent details of how to logon. Cost: This presentation is free to members of Engineers Australia (EA), the Australian Computer Society (ACS), the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and IEEE. Just provide your membership number during registration for the event. The cost for non-members is $30. How to register: Please register on the Engineers Australia event system. Note, to register you need to have a free EA ID which you can get on the first screen of the registration page. Take note of your ID number for future events.
  14. Cisco Jasper has completed live trials of NB-IoT on its Control Center connectivity management platform https://newsroom.cisco.com/press-release-content?type=webcontent&articleId=1824619
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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 > Communication Technologies. Others can purchase the recording on EABooks. Title: Private IOT Networks: Understanding and using fixed wireless with IoT Presenter: Roy Wittert, Regional Sales Director ANZ & Pacific Islands, Cambium Networks What you will learn: Fixed wireless options for IoT When you would use fixed wireless over other IOT approaches Security, reliability and manageability considerations. Description: While public IoT networks are growing rapidly, many organisations have a requirement for private networks that are secure and reliable. Typical use cases include SCADA and CCTV. This presentation explores the range of broadband and narrowband fixed wireless technologies that can be deployed in IOT solutions, including microwave, WiFi narrowband IoT . The different components of industrial internet applications is explored, showing how fixed wireless fits in. About the presenter: Roy Wittert vendor experience encompasses SynOptics, Wellfleet, Bay Networks in South Africa and Nortel and Motorola Solutions in Australia, before becoming part of Cambium Networks in October 2011, when Motorola sold off their Fixed Wireless Divisions. After immigrating to Australia in 1998, he worked for Nortel Network for 5 years and then in Sales Management roles with 3D Networks, Volante and Vantage Systems, a video conferencing service provider. Roy also spent two years at Motorola Solutions as the ANZ sales lead for Wireless Network Solutions, developing the reseller, distributor and wireless service provider channels. When: 12 midday AEST (Sydney) on 14 March 2017. The presentation will last 30 minutes followed by question time. Where: The presentation is by webinar. After registering you will be sent details of how to logon. Cost: This presentation is free to members of Engineers Australia (EA), the Australian Computer Society (ACS), the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and IEEE. Just provide your membership number during registration for the event. The cost for non-members is $30. How to register: Please register on the Engineers Australia event system. Note, to register you need to have a free EA ID which you can get on the first screen of the registration page. Take note of your ID number for future events.
  16. Telstra has selected Ericsson to support its “Network of the Future” transformation program, using Cat-M1 to support an IOT capability, More at: https://www.telstra.com.au/aboutus/media/media-releases/telstra-and-ericsson-lay-foundation-for-network-of-the-future.xml
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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 > Data Analytics. Some insights from the event are noted in the wiki here. Title: Engineering Jeopardy: How Cognitive Computing is being enabled by the Internet of Things Presenter: John MacLeod, Internet of Things Technical Specialist, IBM What you will learn: The nature of cognitive computing How the Internet of Things can be used The kinds of engineering applications it can be applied to Description: When IBM’s Watson computer famously beat the best Jeopardy game players in the world, in 2011, it demonstrated the power of cognitive computing for addressing questions or problems that previously only humans could comprehend and solve. However, what is really exciting the world of artificial intelligence is the opportunities being opened up by the Internet of Things. With machines, structures and just about every other “thing” now being instrumented, cognitive computing can now be brought to bear on the kinds of problems that previously relied on deep human expertise and experience. The classic example of an engineer listening to the hum of an engineering and delivering a diagnosis can now be replicated through machine learning. This presentation will provide an introduction to cognitive computing, show how it can be integrated with the Internet of Things and provide case study examples of the kinds of engineering challenges that it can be used to address. About the presenter: John MacLeod has been IBM's lead architect for the Internet of Things for Australia & New Zealand for the last two and a half years. He has a Systems Engineering background, focusing on Requirements Management and Enterprise Architecture, both important aspects of bringing together the many components that make up the Internet of Things - effectively, a System of Systems. He was previously the Technical Director for both Ingres & Informix (now owned by IBM) in Australia.
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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 > Communication Technologies. Title: How Low Power Wide Area Networks are revolutionising the wireless world. Presenter: Dr Boyd Murray, Founder & Principal Consultant, Murray Wireless What you will learn: The various LPWANs available Their differences - Pros & Cons How to choose one Their importance to IoT applications and solutions Description: The Internet of Things (IoT) is the next big thing in the wireless revolution. It is a natural evolution of the Internet and, as the name suggests, goes beyond the connection of people to the Internet by connecting ‘things’ such as computers, machines, & sensors. The use of Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWANs) as the communications medium makes for a ‘killer app’ which will explode onto the world in millions of applications and implementations over the next decade. This talk will cover how to choose an LPWAN from amongst: LoRaWAN SigFOX NB-IoT Taggle Others. About the presenter: Throughout his career, Dr Boyd Murray, has worked almost entirely on research and design of wireless systems including aircraft MLS (Microwave Landing Systems) for Interscan International, cellular mobile telephone networks for Optus, microwave point-to-point radio equipment for AWA-Plessey, and MIMO OFDM Wireless LANs for CSIRO. Dr Murray is now the founder & principal consultant of Murray Wireless, working in consulting, design, implementation & deployment in the Wireless industry.
  19. Recording: This webinar has now passed. No recording was made. Title: Open Mic on IOT: Real world engineering applications Description: This is your opportunity to ask any question you like about the Internet of Things. In this online meeting of the Applied IOT Engineering Community, a panel of experts will be answering questions from engineers wanting to apply Internet of Things (IOT) technology in their field. Members will describe their area of potential application and any questions they have about it. The panel will brainstorm potential solutions and discuss what is needed to implement a solution, from concept to commissioning. Knowledgeable audience members will be invited to share their experiences as well. This session is perfect for engineers who think that instrumenting things in their area of work could lead to innovation or better productivity, but are not quite sure how to go about it. The session will start with some arranged potential applications and then open up to the audience to raise their project ideas or ask any question they like. When: 12 midday AEST (Sydney) on 21 Feb 2017. The presentation will last 30 minutes followed by question time. Where: The presentation is by webinar. After registering you will be sent details of how to logon. Cost: This presentation is free to members of Engineers Australia (EA), the Australian Computer Society (ACS), the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and IEEE. Just provide your membership number during registration for the event. The cost for non-members is $30. How to register: Please register on the Engineers Australia event system. Note, to register you need to have a free EA ID which you can get on the first screen of the registration page. Take note of your ID number for future events.
  20. 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. Title: From Business Intelligence to Big Data: The Data Management Perspective on IOT Presenter: Arthur Baoustanos, Managing Director, aib Consulting Services What you will learn: The flood of data created by IoT and what to do with it The hidden value created from IoT data How to capture and what to do with this value Description: The Internet of Things (IoT) is opening the flood gates of data being created at unprecedented speeds and quantities. This webinar is a primer for an organisation’s journey into the world of data management and how to harness this flood by creating value in the form of meaningful and actionable information. This journey involves data capture and acquisition, storage, analysis and visualisation. Emphasis will be on the evolution of Business Intelligence (BI) to Analytics to Big Data. About the presenter: Arthur has over 30 years of technical, operational and commercial experience in a variety of industries, ranging from manufacturing to financial services, through senior management positions in a number of engineering and information technology companies in Australia and Europe. He has led the successful implementation of large scale transaction processing projects integrating operations technology (OT) with information technology (IT) involving information management (IM), data acquisition and data analytics for decision making, resulting in business process automation and/or improvements in the entire value chain. Arthur is the owner and Managing Director of aib Consulting Services. He is a Fellow of Engineers Australia (EA), the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) and the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD).
  21. Satellite services company Inmarsat has partnered with LPWAN provider Actility to develop what it claims is the world’s first global IoT network. See http://www.itwire.com/internet-of-things/76798-inmarsat,-actility-partner-to-deliver-global-iot-network.html
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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 > Architecture. Others can purchase the recording on EABooks. Title: IoT System and Device Architecture and Implementation Presenter: Geoff Sizer, Applied IOT Engineering Community Leader and CEO, Genesys Electronics Design What you will learn: · IOT systems architecture from the Cloud to Things, including networking and communications protocols · hardware and software architectures for Things, mobile devices, communications devices and Cloud based applications · How to go about defining the architecture of your IOT system and its component parts Description: Previous webinars of Engineers Australia’s Applied IoT Engineering Community have provided an introduction to the IoT, its real-world applications, and elements of typical IOT systems. This webinar will extend this knowledge by examining in more detail the architecture of an IOT system, considering Things, their interconnection to the Internet either directly or via local area networks, and how they communicate with each other, with the Cloud and with mobile device applications. This includes device identification an addressing, as well as typical communications protocols which will be encountered The hardware architecture and implementation of a Thing will be described, including its sensors, actuators, intelligence, identification, communications, powering and housing. The firmware architecture and implementation of Thing firmware will be similarly explored, considering its operating system, sensor and actuator interfacing, communications protocol stack, configuration and health monitoring. Cloud system architecture will be explored, including Cloud virtual servers, data storage and services offered by vendors such as Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. This will include the process for establishing a Cloud based server system. The structure and implementation of mobile device applications on Apple iOS and Android platforms will be described. About the presenter: Genesys founder and CEO Geoff Sizer has a lifelong passion for electronics and technology, and an ongoing commitment to the electronics engineering profession. He has more than 35 years experience in electronic product development ranging from complex systems to simple consumer goods for a diverse range of industries and applications. Geoff is a Fellow of Engineers Australia and is a Chartered Professional Engineer. As a former President of the IREE, Geoff was instrumental in the formation of the ITEE College in Engineers Australia and is its immediate past chair. He has championed the formation of the Applied IOT Community of practice, and is the Community Leader for 2017. During his career Geoff has acted as a Director or Chief Technical Officer for several leading technology firms including Advanced Systems Research Pty Ltd, Advanced Spectrum Technologies Pty Ltd, EMC Assessors Pty Ltd, Telezygology Inc and Embertec Pty Ltd. When: 12 midday AEST (Sydney) on 7 February 2017. The presentation will last 30 minutes, followed by question time. Where: The presentation is by webinar. After registering you will be sent details of how to logon. Cost: This presentation is free to members of Engineers Australia (EA), the Australian Computer Society (ACS), the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and IEEE. Just provide your membership number during registration for the event. The cost for non-members is $30.
  24. Over the Christmas break we added quite a bit a new content to our IoT Body of Knowledge (BOKIoT). BOKIoT consists of the wiki, resources (case studies) and a directory of organisations. This is a work in progress and we have lots of gaps and areas that have only just started. We need your help to determine what content would be useful for you. To motivate you, we have arranged with a sponsor of our community to give away five free tickets to the Industrial Internet Summit in Sydney on 15-16 February 2017. These tickets will be awarded to the most active community members over the next month. Ways of being active include: Commenting on content in our wiki. Just browse the wiki and look for gaps, content you would like to see, or make suggestions for improving existing content. Just reply to this post or comment directly on any page in the BOKIoT. Leading discussions on any topic in our engineering forum. Creating your own blog post Reply to other people's posts and comments. We will aim to find speakers to talk on any topics you suggest to help develop BOKIoT. We look forward to your active discussion.
  25. See http://nvlpubs.nist.gov/nistpubs/SpecialPublications/NIST.SP.800-183.pdf
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