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Sector Workstreams

  1. Smart Cities
  2. Food and Agribusiness
  3. Water
  4. Energy
  5. Transport
  6. Manufacturing
  7. Health

Enabler Workstreams

  1. Collaboration
  2. Data Use, Access and Privacy
  3. Cyber Security and Network Resilience
  4. Platforms and Interoperability
  5. IoT Start-ups

Come to our national IoT Impact event, on September 10 and 11, a two-day learning campus for Australian business executives to understand and plan for the impact of the Internet of Things. Early bird tickets available till 15th July, 2018.

By 2020 the number of IoT connected devices globally is expected to be 30 billion, and this is forecast to grow to 100 billion by 2025.  By 2025 the IoT market could be adding USD 10 trillion to the global economy. Every person and every business will feel the impact. How are you placed to handle this revolution?

IoTAA is the peak industry body representing IoT in Australia.  Over 420 participating organisationa and  800 individual participants are working to accelerate the adoption of IoT across the Australian economy and society.

We see a thriving future for Australia and the world by connecting data, devices, people, processes and things to the internet to create unparalleled opportunities. It helps people make better and more informed decisions to get the best possible outcomes and ultimately helps boost Australia’s future success, productivity, competitiveness, jobs and the economy.

Now is the time for industry, government, citizens and academia to seize the opportunities for economic growth and social benefit afforded by the Internet of Things.

IoT Alliance Australia Workstreams – where it happens

Our work-program spans 11 workstreams which focus on industry vertical sectors and key IoT enablers. They are:

Sectoral Focus

  1. Smart Cities
  2. Food and Agribusiness
  3. Water
  4. Energy
  5. Transport
  6. Manufacturing
  7. Health

IoT Enablers

  1. Collaboration
  2. Data Use, Availabilty and Privacy
  3. Cyber security  & Network Resilience
  4. Platforms and Interoperability
  5. IoT Start-ups

Learn more.


Key IoTAA partners

The IoT Alliance Australia acknowledges the special support from:

Knowledge Economy Institute (KEi) at

IoT Innovation Network interview: Frank Zeichner

What Directors need to know to adapt to IoT: Gavin Smith

IoTAA Security Guideline launch