May
17

M-innovation driving IoT Connectivity in Melbourne’s South East

Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) and Smart Cities system developer M-innovation has established a Sigfox base station in Pakenham for use in the Officer/Pakenham/Koo Wee Rup region in Melbourne’s outer south east.

French company Sigfox is one of the world’s leading provider of connectivity for IoT. It has established a global network across more than 45 countries and regions to connect billions of devices to the Internet while consuming as little energy as possible.

Sigfox’s unique approach – device-to-cloud communications – addresses the three greatest barriers to global IoT adoption: cost, energy consumption, and global scalability.

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May
13

City of Casey using AI to be one of Melbourne Smart Cities

AlphaX AI providing benefit for Melbourne Smart Cities

M-innovation’s Artificial Intelligence package “Asset Genie” is helping the City of Casey, Victoria’s most populous municipality, be one of Melbourne Smart Cities and has been nominated for the AIIA iAwards – Australia’s longest-running innovation recognition program.

The annual awards, run by the Australian Information Industry Association, recognise and reward excellence in Australian innovation that has the potential to create positive change for the community.

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May
05

Seismic vibration monitoring

The best solution for seismic vibration monitoring from earthworks around sensitive locations

Seismic vibration can refer to different types of movement travelling through the earth. It can occur due to natural (earthquake) or artificial (earthworks or drilling) causes.

Changing the lie of the land is disruptive and, as a result, earthworks causes seismic vibration that requires monitoring and control.

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Apr
27

Ground Vibration Monitoring

IoT providing effective ground vibration monitoring

Smart cities are using wireless vibration sensors to protect people, buildings and machinery from underground drilling.

The impact of ground vibration during underground drilling is a global concern, with Melbourne coming under the spotlight recently due to planned tunnelling for the Melbourne Metro Tunnel.

Early next year, four massive tunnel boring machines (TBMs) will be used to construct twin nine-kilometre tunnels at depths of up to 40 metres.

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