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Smart budget – potential for smart developments

Will this be the turnaround for the government that many of us hoped for when Malcolm Turnbull took over from Tony Abbott? While politics remains politics, and governments remain governments, the tone of this Budget is completely different from the … Continue reading

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Smart Homes – still a long way to go

Back in 1980 when I still lived in the Netherlands I worked with the Dutch futurist Griet Titulaer (an astronomer by trade) in building ‘The Home of the Future’. I would say that at that stage it was more built … Continue reading

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360VR video of Australia’s leading smart cities

Last November the Global Smart Communities and Cities Coalition (GSC3) started to set up partnerships with Australian cities. ASCA was one of the first organisations who signed a MoU with GSC3 in the presence of the Queen Maxima of the … Continue reading

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Dutch-Australian Smart City Summit to forge long-term relationships

The Australian Smart Communities Association (ASCA) has partnered with the Dutch Government to co-host the Dutch-Australian Smart City Summit to be held in Sydney on 3 November. Her Majesty Queen Maxima of the Netherlands will visit the summit and attend … Continue reading

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Tesla – the Google of the electricity industry

One of the issues that I often spoke about during my time as a former director of the Global Smart Grid Federation  was that the electricity industry would have to go through a similar transformation process to the one the … Continue reading

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