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Melbourne Driver Claims Telsa’s Autopilot Malfunctioned After Mounting A Barrier

The Melbourne Tesla driver was traveling south on Wurundjeri Way at 6km/hour this afternoon when his car mounted a barrierThe impact of the crash caused one of the car’s wheels to fly off and left the car in a difficult...

Decentralised Autonomous Organisations could revitalise precincts in the Melbourne CBD

Precincts within Melbourne’s CBD, such as the Docklands, could pilot a new type of digital economic infrastructure, which would see local retail, residential and commercial tenants come together to collect and utilise people flow and other data that would...

Public Transport Victoria extends real-time occupancy data to buses

Eleven bus routes to initially take part in trial.Live passenger data from some of Melbourne's busiest bus routes has been added to Public Transport Victoria's RideSpace occupancy tool, allowing commuters to avoid congestion in real time.The service allows passengers...

ABC to require logins for iview use from 15 March

For those who wish to use its iview service, the taxpayer-funded broadcaster has announced.In a statement Thursday, ABC said it would collect but not sell user data, although it has been found in the past to share the data...

University of Melbourne Research Lab Uses Oracle Cloud to Harness the Power of IoT Data

OCI enables Australia’s leading edge computing researchers to speed up development time, increase performance of applications by up to 20 percent and improve developer productivity by 20 percent.Researchers at the University of Melbourne, rely on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) to tackle one of...

Brimbank City Council starts connecting garbage trucks to 5G network

Council Goes IoT for asset management.Brimbank City Council garbage trucks will take on a new role over the next six months to a year, automatically mapping damage to roads and other assets.The trucks will carry GPS sensors and high-resolution...

Telstra to invest up to $1.6 billion into fibre infrastructure projects

Telstra is expected to invest up to US$1.6 billion in two fibre infrastructure projects, one for extra capacity and route diversity between capitals, and another to support a Viasat satellite system.The telecommunications company said it expects to invest between...

Fujitsu named Digital Transformation provider for SA Government Correctional Services

Forming South Australia's Department for Correctional Services ’ iSAFE Integrated Offender Management SystemFujitsu Australia today announced it has been selected as the provider of the iSAFE Integrated Offender Management System for the Department for Correctional Services (DCS) in South...

DXC Technology Selected As MSI For Western Sydney International Airport

DXC Technology a leading Fortune 500 global technology services provider, today announced it has been selected as Master Systems Integrator for the Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport. DXC will be responsible  for building the airport’s foundational technology platforms in...

Hickory Data Centres breaks ground on inaugural site as company rapidly expands

Australian-owned and operated company Hickory Data Centres has just broken ground on its Truganina, Melbourne, site which is set to house a 72MW hyperscale facility made up of two 36MW diverse buildings and 18 data halls.  The sod-turning comes as Hickory Data...

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The New DJI MATRICE 30 – A Mighty, Versatile, Transportable Commercial Drone

The new DJI Matrice 30 is DJI Enterprise’s flagship drone, that fits in a backpack. It integrates multiple high-performance sensors into...