The rollout of 5G small cell technology has sparked widespread discussions among global asset owners about its impact on city streetscapes. These small cell devices are most effectively placed on vertical structures, including power poles, streetlights, bus stops, traffic signposts, and gantries. To address these concerns and manage the deployment of small cell technology, asset […]
The technological revolution and greater development of wireless connectivity, 5G network and the Internet of Things enable data collection to be shown in terms of innovation and product development, the “sky is the limit”.
By leveraging data, smart technologies, advanced analytics and manpower, companies can provide better products and services, optimize their value chains, and maximize return on capital. Effective data-sharing applications are essential to define key success factors and to enable manufacturers and enterprises to derive value from their data.
One of the current significant challenges for the water industry is the need to lengthen the life of monitoring systems created over previous years, while also being efficient and continuing to achieve targets.
Cybersecurity and IoT security breaches are top trending topics in the modern automated and digitised work environments. It could be due to the ever-increasing number of online threats and attacks since the pandemic started.
On any given day, the electric power industry’s operations are complex and their responsibilities vast. As the industry continues to play a critical role in efficiently and cost effectively supporting global climate goal challenges, it must simultaneously support demand increases, surges in smart appliance adoption, and decentralized operating system expansions. These aspects just scratches the surface.
A new vision for the future of wireless technology is presenting manufacturers, transport hubs, mining, and utility centres with the chance to not only save time and money but also save lives through improved latency – welcome to the era of private LTE and 5G networks. “If an organisation wants to provide extensive high-speed coverage […]
Agriculture in Australia must be innovative to survive. Australia’s farms are today amongst the most productive in the world, largely because of a willingness – often born of necessity – to do things a different way. Now, in the 21st century, Australian agriculture has adopted innovation as its mantra, with a range of initiatives from […]
VirtuGrp has just announced a partnership with Yurika – part of Energy Queensland and market leader in energy, infrastructure, metering and telecommunications solutions – to deliver the very latest Internet of Things technology to its existing clients and communities across Australia.
The world is moving at an extraordinary pace when it comes to technology and innovation. Projects once used to take years of research, testing and prototyping, but cutting-edge changes now take place much quicker due to machine-based learnings.