The number of connected M2M devices in Australia will grow to somewhere between 25 million and 50 million by 2020, as electronic devices like smartphones, tablets, set-top boxes and game consoles fuel activity with the Internet of Things (IoT).
The growing convergence and connectivity of technology is transforming the way we work, relax, learn, and manage our health, while disrupting, transforming and collapsing industries.
In today’s industrial organisations, we have seen an ever-increasing need for convergence between IT departments and the control room. As automation systems become more advanced, their ability to capture information relating to processes has become both simpler and more effective.
I should update my comment. NBN did respond in support of the Industry.
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