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The changing pace of Australian Business - IoT in action

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    58 mins
  • Date
    Recorded September 15th 2016
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The Internet of Things (IoT) will impact everything we do at a personal and business level. Several Australian cities have already embarked on the journey to becoming a ‘connected' community.

A ‘connected’ community (smart community) being one where sensors collect data on things for me and my business, which in turn will be used to drive change for improved efficiency, service, productivity and cost reduction. The session includes:

  • What is IoT
  • What is a connected community
  • IoT in action: case examples
  • How do you go about IoT and why is it important?
  •  Getting started 

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Professor of Journalism Practice and Head of the Journalism discipline University of Technology Sydney

Peter Fray is one of Asia-Pacific’s leading journalists and media innovators. A former editor-in-chief of the Sydney Morning Herald and deputy editor of The Australian, Fray is currently a professor of the practice of journalism at UTS and recently returned to Australia after a fellowship in digital entrepreneurial journalism at City University NY.

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