Origin Energy and Tempus Energy recently partnered on a South Australian demand management trial that uses AI to shift energy usage to different times of the day.
Henkel uses Netatmo's Smart Home Weather Stations in all 31 of its laundry and home care factories to correlate weather data with potential changes to its manufacturing processes.
The NetComm NTC-100 Industrial IoT product allows businesses to connect all low-power, low-bandwidth devices to LTE networks.
SICK Australia & New Zealand has announced the appointment of David Crossley as its new Managing Director.
The University of Melbourne has developed a tool that calculates reactive nitrogen — the forms of nitrogen released to the environment from our daily activities.
The CEFC has committed $35m of debt finance towards the expansion of intelliHUB — a joint venture between Pacific Equity Partners and smart meter company Landis+Gyr.
The Schneider Electric Masterpact MTZ is a high-power, low-voltage air circuit breaker with certified embedded Class 1 energy metering.
The AS-R and AS-Q flow and pressure valves are designed to reduce energy consumption in air systems by cutting internal air consumption by up to 25%.
The agreement will see Monash use big data to enable its buildings to intelligently and automatically alter the internal environment, transforming the way staff and students work and learn.
Select.live is a remote monitoring portal from Selectronic that can be integrated with any single-phase renewable energy storage system that uses a Selectronic SP PRO inverter.
ARENA is seeking proposals for projects that will deliver '5-minute ahead' forecasts for large-scale wind and solar farms across Australia.
ARENA has announced its support for an Adelaide-based virtual power plant — a network of battery systems installed behind the meter that can be collectively controlled.
Could an ill, dysfunctional city be 'treated' through the creation of a 'digital twin' as a test bed to prototype urban ideas in a low-risk environment?
Energy and intelligent home start-up Wattcost has become one of the first companies to settle into the Sydney Startup Hub.
The Queensland Government has committed $4 million to a power-slashing, job-boosting project being run by start-up company Redback Technologies and its partners.