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The Internet of Things (IoT) has been reported as ?the most over-hyped technology. This presentation will refute that claim, present a guided tour to some of the key concepts and technologies of IoT, explain the distinction between the Internet of Things and the Internet of Everything, look at the importance of government taking a lead role in IoT, and present some real world use cases that demonstrate real practical applications for IoT.
Dr Paterson Department of Communications Chief Economist and founding Head of Bureau of Communications Research (BCR) will talk on the BCR strategy, IoT and the Digital Productivity Project
NSW TelSoc would like to invite all members and guests to a meetup and networking event to meet new members and touch base with friends.
Pine Gap has been operational since its first satellite, Rhyolite 1 was launched on 19 June 1970. The facility has been instrumental in signals intelligence collection during the two Iraq wars, the Balkans conflicts, and Afghanistan after the 9/11 attacks and the subsequent ?war on terror?. It?s presence in Australia has been a topic of debate for over 40 years.
CPUs that cost thousands a decade ago now cost just a few dollars. The Arduino platform has lowered barriers to entry so that people with minimal technical knowledge can create special purpose computers capable of changing the world.
In January this year, the US Court ruled the FCC had over-reached its powers in imposing "net neutrality" conditions on service providers. Does this imply the biggest content providers can get the best speed, quality, price? What happens to the open internet?
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Shara Evans CEO of Market Clarity will presenting "Case Study: How US State and Local Government Organisations are Measuring Mobile Network Performance - Lessons for Australia".
In her talk, Shara will discuss:
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