Professor Farzad Safaei will present and demonstrate the next generation of immersive multimedia collaboration services including large scale multiperson-to-multiperson meeting places for groups of people to work, play, teach, exhibit or socially interact.
LPWAN technologies offer dramatically lower cost for sensing which unlocks business cases for data collection and enables virtual real-time and persistent monitoring. Discover what it can mean for industry, how it can be exploited and dig into the pros and cons.
Visit to the University of Adelaide, John R. Prescott Environmental Luminescence Laboratory (PELL) in ?The Braggs? building. Luminescence induced by ionising radiation can be used for the quantification of both ambient radiation and total absorbed radiation dose. Such "environmental dosimetry" has unique applications to Defence, National Security and Public Health.
Students from our three universities present their final year projects whilst competing in the IET Rex Jones Student Presentation Prize. IEEE Student Subject prizes will also be presented at this meeting.
Tour of the REDARC Electronics state of the art design and manufacturing facility.
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A presentation and demonstration about the RMIT SDN testbed and how it connects to the rest of the national SDN testbed. This is also a general invitation for people or companies that have SDN projects to get involved and work with RMIT and other Universities.
Markus Volkmann will provide a number of uses-cases for the connected car and provide a technical overview of the supporting platform ecosystem that provides seamless roaming across service provider networks.
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Arthur Koulianos will provide an overview of how Australian businesses have been using Telematics over the past 13 years and how their requirements have changed in recent times.
For the coalition to accuse Labor of lying on broadband policy is the height of hypocrisy
The TelSoc would like to invite all members and industry professionals to celebrate the end of financial year 2016. There will be little in the way of formalities, just a focus on getting as many people as possible connected around any topic of interest.
The Telecommunications Association Inc. (TelSoc) publishes the Australian Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy (AJTDE). Our mission statement specifies that we aim to ?further through publication the objective of advancing learning, knowledge and research worldwide?. The TelSoc and the AJTDE Board is committed to meeting and upholding standards of ethical behaviour at all stages of the publication process. We follow closely the industry associations, such as Engineers Australia, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and other learned societies.
Google, Apple, Facebook are investing significant amounts of money in Augmented Reality technology. However success to date has been limited including the withdrawal of Google glasses. Where is Augmented Reality on the deployment curve? In this presentation Erik will demonstrate what Augmented Reality is, how it works and what the applications are/will be.
The impact of the NBN on the future of Australia's connectivity, technological developments, and networked society remains an important topic. Mike Quigley was the first employee of NBN Co and its CEO for four years. He will reflect on the ups and downs of the NBN project over the past several years, and considers the various options to complete the NBN.
This year HSO will be presented by Professor Alex Grant , CEO of Myriota, founder of Cohda Wireless and previously Professor of Information Theory at the University of SA. The topic: ?Satellites, Cars and the Internet of Things: The challenges and rewards of crossing the boundary between academia and industry?. This is a live stream of the Melbourne event to Sydney.
This year HSO will be presented by Professor Alex Grant , CEO of Myriota, founder of Cohda Wireless and previously Professor of Information Theory at the University of SA. The topic: ?Satellites, Cars and the Internet of Things:?The challenges and rewards of crossing the boundary between academia and industry?. Please join TelSoc for a live stream of the event in Adelaide.
You too can be an NBN Retail Service Provider! This presentation will provide insights into the opportunities and challenges of the NBN. Focussing on wholesale and why it is crucial to have a thriving competitive market outside of the big 4. Also, how can a a next generation wholesaler overcome barriers to enable competition and reduce the monopolistic power in the telco market.
This year HSO will be presented by Professor Alex Grant , CEO of Myriota, founder of Cohda Wireless and previously Professor of Information Theory at the University of SA. The topic: ?Satellites, Cars and the Internet of Things: The challenges and rewards of crossing the boundary between academia and industry?. Please join TelSoc and Alex for lunch and drinks at the Telstra Theatrette in Melbourne.
A smart city is one that uses technology to transform its infrastructure and make better use of energy, resources and services. Adelaide is well on the way to becoming a Smart City and, with an enormous capacity for innovation, will use technology to embrace a better connected, more sustainable future.
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Akamai now ranks Australia's Internet service as 60th in the world. "Serious experts agree that the right telecom infrastructure for the next century consists of universal FTTH on the ground and a universal wireless cloud above, supported by the FTTH foundation. But you don't need a national monopoly to achieve this. And private monopolies are just as bad. Indeed, a monopoly of any kind is usually counterproductive. US developments are proving that you can build the future network --even in sparse rural areas--- with multiple parties, even small ones on a purely commercial basis with private money.....And do it faster and better than either private or government monopoly typically does. Would this work in Australia?"
Dr I will give a comprehensive overview of China Mobile?s 5G solutions, including an end-to-end network architecture with User Centric Network and Soft Defined Air Interface and the corresponding enabling technologies like C-RAN, NGFI, MCD etc presented as imperative solutions for diversified set of usage scenarios.
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