Reports and documents

Internet of Things Security Guideline

The evolution of Internet of Things (IoT) requires an approach to security and privacy which supports agile and unforseen changes across a wide range of quite different technologies and applications. Many of the security mechanisms in place today to support identity have acted as barriers to uptake of digital services. Download the IoTAA Internet of Things Security Guideline. 

Accelerating Australian IoT through Hypercat: A critical analysis of the emerging landscape

This report builds on the recent ‘Review of Hypercat Standard for Smart Cities’ by Data61 (CSIRO 2016), to offer further discussion around the emerging interoperability landscape and the value of Hypercat. Hypercat is a standard that enables IoT interoperability at the application and platform levels through a simple and extensible JSON format and API specification. Download the Hypercat report.

2016 City Rep Trak: The most reputable cities in the world

City RepTrak® is a global survey based on more than 22,000 consumer ratings, collected in the G8 countries, which ranks the world’s 55 most reputable cities based on levels of trust, esteem, admiration and respect. Perceptions regarding 13 attributes are grouped into three dimensions: Advanced economy, effective government and appealing environment.

Building the digital city: the people, the smarts, the buzz

The digital revolution is ablaze in cities around the world. The fires of big data, open government, smart city, digital innovation, cities 4.0, and the internet of things, burn bright. But what is the object? How can cities build their smart city? And what lessons from international experience are there for Australian cities? Download the report by Brook Dixon, ACT Government Director of Smart City.

Smart Cities Plan

Sets out the Australian Government’s vision for metropolitan and regional cities and its commitment to smart investment, smart policy and smart technology. All Australians are encouraged to share their ideas to help shape the cities agenda. Download the Smart Cities Plan.

Super Connected Jobs - Understanding Australia’s future workforce

The Australian nation and economy will change profoundly over the decade to 2025. The population will increase from 24 million to 28 million. The workforce will increase from 11 million to 13 million. And the way Australians work, where they work and the type of work done, will change. The NBN has prepared the Super Connected Jobs Report to help us understand the significant benefits technology can bring and identify where employment will change over time.

How Australian small businesses are growing in the digital economy 

This report by Deloitte provides insight into the role of digital strategies in Australia’s substantial small and medium-size business sector, which contributed $530 billion to the economy in 2010-11, over half of private sector economic activity, and employed over 7 million people, generating more than two thirds of private sector employment. Deloitte prepared the Connected Small Businesses report for Google Australia (2013).

Digital Brisbane - Strategy for a digitally driven economy

This report outlines programs and initiatives designed to provide Brisbane businesses with state-of-the art digital information, encourage high-potential digital start-up companies and improve the experiences of residents and visitors though digital technology. Download the Digital Brisbane Strategy 2014

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