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Ramon Fernandes

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    https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/smart-grids-what-are-they-why-do-we-need-them-and-how-do-we-get-one-tickets-33772685010?aff=es2 What exactly is a smart grid? How critical are they to the clean energy transition? How do we pay for the upgrade, without increasing power prices? EnergyLab have assembled a panel of experts to answer these questions and more. Join us for what is sure to be the most interesting discussion on electricity networks you have ever attended (we assume the bar is pretty low). This discussion will cover automation, machine learning, the internet of things, and more to understand the role smart grids play in Australia's energy future. The panel Kyle Bolto, CEO & Founder, Symbiot Technology Luke Osborne, Director, Reposit Power Ulric Ferner, Investor, Right Click Capital The panel will be moderated by James Tilbury from EnergyLab. Timing 6:00pm: Doors open 6:30pm: Moderated panel discussion followed by Q&A with the audience 7:30pm: Continue the discussion over drinks and light snacks 8:30pm: Event concludes Want more? This is just one event of several in our Deep Dive Series. To see the other events head to our Eventbrite Page. Volunteers needed! Please email james@energylab.org.au if you're willing and able.
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    https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/planet-saving-technology-smart-cities-and-the-internet-of-things-tickets-35472538317?aff=es2 What is a Smart City? How will Smart Cities change the way we organise our lives? Will they bring about the so-called ‘third industrial revolution’? What is the Internet of Things, and does it have the potential to be a Positive Impact Techonology? What are the opportunities and what are the risks? We explore all this and more in the first of our deep dives into Planet Saving Technology: Smart Cities and the Internet of Things. Speakers and Panellists Frank Zeichner - CEO, IoT Alliance Australia Angela Bee - Schneider / Hackathons Australia Andrew Tovey - Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS / TULIP (MC) More panelists to be confirmed. Food and Drinks Drinks and light refreshments are provided, thanks to our parteners EnergyLab & WWF. Schedule 6:00pm: Doors open 6:30pm: Keynote followed by moderated panel discussion and Q&A with the audience 8pm: Continue the discussion over drinks and light snacks 9pm: Event concludes The evening will begin with a half hour of mingling and networking. At 6:30pm the talks programme will begin with a keynote from Frank Zeichner - CEO, IoT Alliance Australia. You will then be envited to join the speakers in Q&A style panel discussion. The talks and panel runs for aproximatley 1hr. After the panel you are envited to continue the conversation and enjoy some drinks and light refresments thanks to our parteners EnergyLab & WWF.
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    https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/unlocking-the-iot-opportunity-with-muru-d-x-startup-victoria-tickets-35426612953 muru-D is the startup accelerator backed by Telstra. We invest in great teams working on innovative tech solutions to high impact, global problems. We’ve landed in Melbourne and are focusing on the Internet of Things. With Startup Victoria, we want to celebrate Australia's IoT progress to date and encourage Aussie startups to continue to dream big and focus on how IoT can change the world. Is this you? Join us for a drink as we share with you our why, as well as how we're going to help you take your IoT company to the next level through our 6-month muru-D Melbourne program. muru-D alumnus Rory Gleeson from Skygrid will be there to share his story. We encourage you to apply for our MEL1 program: https://muru-d.com/accelerator/program/melbourne/ Wanna chat? Contact us at melbourne@muru-D.com Format 6.00pm: Arrival drinks 6:20pm: Welcome (Julie Trell, Head of muru-D) 6:30pm: Unlocking the IoT opportunity (Speaker TBC) 6:45pm: The muru-D MEL Program (Audrey Jean-Baptiste, Program Manager @ muru-D Melbourne) 7:00pm: Journey of an IoT founder (Rory Gleeson, CEO of Skygrid & muru-D alumnus) 7:15pm: Q&A 7:30pm: Networking drinks & nibbles
  4. Good article with a point-by-point LoRa vs NB-IoT analysis, read it and try to find which of these LPWAN protocols has more to offer: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/lora-vs-nb-iot-hussain-fakhruddin
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    https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/bridging-the-innovation-gap-industrial-iot-industry-40-tickets-33881513519 DESCRIPTION Hear from world leading experts in digital transformation to understand how you can build your manufacturing business for future competitiveness and sustainability through Industrial Internet of things (IIoT) technology and Industry 4.0. Gain insights into how connecting your products through IIoT can generate new services and revenue streams. Understand how you can leverage the collection, analysis and integration of different data sources with automation to create a smart factory that can lift productivity, efficiency and quality.
  6. "Dear IoT enthusiasts, The Computer Science and Engineering School at University of New South Wales (UNSW) is running a project based course from August to October this year, where student teams are building solutions to problems and ideas the industry brings to the table. You have the opportunity to provide problems and opportunities around IoT. If you are interested, you could play the role of a Product Owner, following an agile solution development method. A Smart Campus test bed is currently being built as an IoT Alliance Australia showcase and the student teams can add functionality to it. The student teams can choose the platform(s) they would like to use for the project. 'Remote' Product Owners are also accepted. If you are interested or have further questions, please contact Peter at peterk@sloan.mit.edu or p.klement@unsw.edu.au. Kind regards, Peter Klement MIT Sloan Fellow ‘09 Adjunct Senior Research Fellow (IoT) @ UNSW"
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    This is solely for female IT professionals, this meetup will bring together like-minded female technology experts to network, make friends and also throw some ideas around the room and discuss challenges faced. This is solely for women to provide a safe place to discuss important topics and also so women can make some new friends in their industry! Open from Entry Level IT to Senior IT professionals ! This is great to meet a mentor or mentee. This will help you improve your public speaking skills. I encourage you all to bring your friends, Reesby are all about Diversity. We have been nominated for tech diversity awards and we are advocates for equality! For Women in IT Jobs or to hire Women in IT go towww.reesby.com.au
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    Hi all, the next event will be on 20th June. This event is sponsored by Startupbootcamp, a global accelerator program, who provide attendance, food and refreshments all free of charge. This month, our event will take a different turn as we introduce IoT meets UAV. We will also be switching it up a little bit as we introduce a third speaker from La Trobe University to discuss the laws and ethics around drones. Speaker 1: John-Paul Thorbjornsen, CEO at Fly Kooka Kooka will adopt a world first fly-share network, allowing users and conglomerates to share the capital cost of developing the infrastructure, deliver ground breaking operational efficiency, and enabling a market leading price point. Their innovative operating model builds on the foundations of their team and technology to build the next generation of automated air transport, ready to scale for maximum growth. Speaker 2: Jonathan Ivanyi, Director at Guava Insights Guava Insights is a full end-to-end UAV solutions delivery partner, providing services across UAV Strategy, UAV Project Delivery, Research & Development, and Outsourcing. They provide expert, tailored and integrated solutions including Photography and Videography, Mapping, 3D Surveying, Asset Management, Wildlife Management, Security and Surveillance, Worker and Safety Inspections, Risk Assessments, and Media. Speaker 3: Sara Smyth, Associate Professor at La Trobe University Dr. Sara M. Smyth is an Associate Professor at La Trobe Law School where she is the Director of the Master of Laws program and the Coordinator for the Masters of Cyber-Security Program. Sara has consulted extensively to Public Safety Canada and written several books including Cybercrime in Canadian Criminal Law. Her most recent book is called, Drone Controversies – Ethical and Legal Debates Surrounding Targeted Strikes and Electronic Surveillance.
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    Come up to level 11. You don't need a swipe card Cloud Computing has helped create new architectural patterns and technologies, but the cloud time machine has not yet been invented. That's why, as an IT leader, it would be helpful to know the gotchas and enablers to keep in mind before heading too far down your cloud journey. In this session we'll introduce you to Google Cloud and what it has to offer. We'll cover everything from infrastructure to data, from collaboration to machine learning. Topics covered: • Learn about Google Cloud Basics. • Learn what makes Google Cloud different. • Understand what Google Cloud can offer to your organisation. Alvaro Navarro Alvaro Navarro is a Customer Engineer based in Sydney, focusing on helping customers make the best use of Google Cloud services. He has experience working in bringing the best of Google to organisations, helping drive innovation and business transformation, moving these organisation to the Cloud. He also has a background in Mapping and GIS, having spent over 15 years in the Geospatial industry. Ben Escudero Ben Escudero is part of the Google Cloud team in Sydney who work on making Google's technical products and engineering capability available to Enterprise clients. With a background in Software Development starting as a developer, Ben is an alumni of both Pivotal Labs and ThoughtWorks. Ben is passionate about fast feedback loops and user experience, and is currently obsessing about how Voice will be the new user interface. ---------- Would you like to nominate yourself or anyone else as a speaker for an upcoming tech talk? Please fill out this short form and we'll be in touch.
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    https://www.meetup.com/Internet-of-Things-Sydney/events/240250307/ Thursday, June 22, 2017 6:00 PM Needs a location Details to come late show up at 6pm for a 6:30pm start. Drinks will be provided.
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    Saturday, June 17, 2017 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM SciTech Library, Level 2, Jane Foss Russell Building G02/160 City Road, Sydney (map) Sydney Uni, near Wentworth footbridge. Above SciTech Library. Redfern train station, City road busses, or paid parking nearby. Make-together (12noon - 5pm) It's not all about RaspberryPi... Our monthly hackspace encompasses a wide range of Open Source Hardware and Software on many popular platforms, including but not limited to: Arduino, RaspberryPi, Beaglebone, Open WRT, Teensy, Android and more… if it plugs in and is programmable then it's a good fit. If you have an established project please bring it down. Both Hobby and professional projects are represented each month. Beginners are always welcome, If you are just curious or starting out, all you need is a laptop, we will get you started on one of our club Arduino, Beaglebone or RaspberryPi kits. Or just come along and have a look, it's up to you. We can probably also shed some light on this mysterious “Internet of things” thing too. Shared Equipment includes logic analysers, Soldering Station, Arduino, RaspberryPi, BeagleBone and knowledge in a friendly open environment. USyd ThinkSpace: 3D Scanner, 3D Printer/Pen, CNC milling machine, Google Cardboard, BB8, ... Come down and escape your home study/lab once a month! ;) we share ideas and help each other solve bugs and design issues that might otherwise be difficult on your own. Format 5 hours – relaxed, unstructured collaboration and learning, come and go as you please. Help others or ask for help with your project. No pressure. Micro talks on the hour - Starting from ~1pm. Get up and speak about your project (or another topic of interest) up to 10 minutes (optional). What to bring A laptop at a minimum. Your project if you have one. The Flea Market If you have stuff to swap, sell or give away, please bring it along. Please note: It's carry in carry out, so if you have gear left over please take it home with you. Getting Help with your Project If you need a hand getting started with the basics or have a tough bug in a complex system... the process is the same, just ask. We look forward to seeing you! Your hosts: James Zaki. 0450 259 254 Join our discussion list, send a blank email to: ozberry+subscribe@googlegroups.com or join on the web: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/ozberry Small donation appreciated.
  13. Reekoh has partnered with Equinix, the global interconnection and data centre company, to offer a fully scalable and secure IoT integration platform to enterprises. With Reekoh’s vendor agnostic approach and Equinix’s rich ecosystems of cloud service providers and enterprise users, this new platform aims to provide highly scalable and secured IoT applications and solutions in interconnected environments. http://www.medianet.com.au/releases/release-details.aspx/?id=880674&utm_source=Reekoh+News+and+Updates&utm_campaign=5bc6d7b52d-Equinix_Announcement&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_83ad04debe-5bc6d7b52d-141014101
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