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    Upcoming webinar - IoT Security Guides Thursday 20 May 2021, 12:00pm to 1:00pm AEST Speaker: Frank Zeichner (CEO, Internet of Things Alliance Australia) The Internet of Things Alliance Australia (IoTAA) has published “plain language” guides to security, safety and privacy for Internet of Things (IoT) users and technology providers. The guides are the first of their type produced in Australia, according to the IoTAA, which is the peak Australian IoT industry body - although the Australian Cyber Security Centre also offers tips aimed at helping the community buy and use IoT devices securely. The IoTAA guides are designed to increase awareness of IoT risks and “actionable outcomes”. They feature tips for designing, sourcing and managing IoT technology. About Frank Zeichner Frank is a thought leader in the adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) in Australia and is foundation CEO of the IoT Alliance Australia (IoTAA), the peak Australian Internet of Things industry body, whose mission is to drive Australias competitiveness and societal benefit through collaboration across the research, industry, government and community. Frank Zeichner is also Partner Manager for the Race2030 CRC. The Reliable Affordable Clean Energy for 2030 Cooperative Research Centre (RACE for 2030 CRC) an Industry Board member of the NSW Smart Sensing Network. Engineers Australia members: FREE Non-Engineers Australia members: $30
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    IoT Systems Design - Lessons Learned from Practical Experience By Geoff Sizer Over the past few years, Geoff's company Genesys Electronics Design has designed and developed a wide range of IoT systems, encompassing deployed sensing & actuator devices, through Personal Area, Local Area and Wide Area networks to the Cloud. These systems collectively use most of the communications, processing and powering technologies that are encountered in IoT systems. They include devices which use WiFi and Bluetooth Low Energy communications to link with mobile devices and thence the Internet. IoT systems which will be used as examples are: Security surveillance monitoring Surveillance camera support Home monitoring for the elderly Water resource monitoring Mobile device controlled signage Medical devices for diagnostics The communications technologies and powering methods used for each of these systems will be described, including selection methodology and field experience. Geoff will share his experience gained in the development, production transfer and field support of these systems. In particular, he will address: Cost effective electronics design Communications methods and options Antennas and RF signal egress Enclosures and environmental protection Electromagnetic compatibility and radiocommunications compliance Communications security Establishing volume production Deployment and commissioning Geoff will conclude by describing electronics modules and software that Genesys has developed as an IoT systems development resource, to embody "lessons earned" to allow rapid implementation and deployment of IoT proof-of-concept systems. Key takeaways How to architect your IoT system Selection of key communications, powering and other technologies Tips and tricks for successful under-the-hood design How to navigate regulatory compliance & certification Tuesday 13 April 2021, 12:00pm to 1:00pm AEST Engineers Australia members: FREE Non-Engineers Australia members: $30
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    IoT Commerical Practicalities by Jon Eggins IoT technology is often self-evident, and self-selecting. However, commercially viable IoTapplications are often not. In this webinar, we look at a common set of commercial practicalities for a successful IoT system and team. We'll be discussing the economies of IoT development, and common pitfalls and mistakes made by start-ups & entrepreneurs. We'll also be looking at your team and its skills, and the engineering maturity of your team, and why your technology is just a tool in your toolbox, and not the be-all and end-all of your success. About the speaker Jon has over 20-years of experience in developing electronic products with Genesys, Philips and now VBreathe. Over this time, Jon has been responsible for other functions such as operations, HR, sales, marketing and communications. He has specific interests in IoT architecture and electro-mechanical systems more generally. Key takeaways Money talks & false economies "I love your idea ... but no, I don't want to buy it." It's all about people Your tech should be hidden
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