AT&T says its membership of the IoTAA will build on the company’s existing IoT abilities and programs in Australia to help spread IoT across the country, and aiming to empower Australia’s IoT community to boost their competitive advantage.
The telco says it aims to speed IoT growth in Australia by:
• Activating and supporting collaboration across industry, government, research and communities.
• Promoting IoT evidence-based policy and regulation.
• Identifying strategic opportunities for economic growth and social benefit.
“AT&T has been influential in IoT adoption in Australia and around the world. We believe IoT can help businesses grow and cities flourish. But you need a strong IoT ecosystem,” said Martin Creighan, managing director, AT&T Australia and New Zealand.
“AT&T is happy to be part of IoTAA. We want to encourage collaboration and growth by bringing our global platforms, skills and experience to IoTAA.
“AT&T is a global leader in IoT. We connect everything from cars to smart cities. AT&T provides IoT services and solutions to multinational companies in Australia to improve their time to market and provide valuable insights.”
The IoTAA is Australia’s main IoT industry body, with more than 250 member organisations and over 500 individual members from across the Australian IoT community.