The Internet of Things - is your business ahead or behind the curve?


The Internet of Things (IoT) is considered one of the most profound transitions in technology today, creating unprecedented opportunities for businesses. In 2016 experts are focussing on the impact of the service and intelligence that lies behind the data of connected devices. Businesses need to look at the long-term efficiencies gained for their organisations and what changes they need to make now in order to benefit from these technology changes.

The Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) has the pleasure of introducing Telstra’s Chief Scientist Dr Hugh Bradlow, who will discuss how companies can capitalise on the Internet of Things and what infrastructure will assist with staying ahead of the competition.



The Internet of Things (IoT) is considered one of the most profound transitions in technology today, creating unprecedented opportunities for businesses. In 2016 experts are focussing on the impact of the service and intelligence that lies behind the data of connected devices. Businesses need to look at the long-term efficiencies gained for their organisations and what changes they need to make now in order to benefit from these technology changes.

The Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) has the pleasure of introducing Telstra’s Chief Scientist Dr Hugh Bradlow, who will discuss how companies can capitalise on the Internet of Things and what infrastructure will assist with staying ahead of the competition.

Attend this seminar on 20 April from 8am-10am to understand how:

  • The Internet of Things is transforming industries
  • Digitalisation can help your company stay competitive
  • Your customers can benefit from transformation processes

This is an exclusive event with limited seating. To confirm your attendance please email tg_info@team.telstra.com

Telstra is Australia’s leading telecommunications and information services company, offering a full range of communications services and competing in all telecommunications markets.