In todays world we can now build devices smaller then ever, and these devices are packed with sensors and wireless connectivity. These devices are called Internet of Things (IoT). So if your looking for a way to monitor various systems (e.g. crops, air conditioning, lighting), and also would like to compare the results via integrating the results, then building a wireless sensor network is the way to go.
If your looking for someone to develop a wireless sensor network for you, or simply need improvements to an existing system, do not hesitate to contact us.
Nudgee is a suburb of Brisbane, Australia. It is 13 km north of the CBD. Nudgee was part of the Toombul Shire Council until 1925 when it was absorbed by the Brisbane City Council.
Facilities such as hospitals, schools and shops are readily available to residents. Chermside offers residents access to two hospitals and a major shopping centre featuring all major retailers, restaurants and a cinema/entertainment complex. Residents also have easy access to Toombul Shoppingtown.
Leisure facilities in Nudgee include the Nudgee Golf Course and the local rugby league club as well as natural picnic spots at the Nudgee Waterhole Reserve and the Nudgee Recreation Reserve.
Neighbouring suburb Boondall also provides plenty of bike and walk ways, picnic and barbeque spots near lagoons and wetlands. Musical and stage shows are also easily accessible at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre, also in Boondall.
Although there are no schools located within Nudgee’s suburb boundaries, schools in Boondall, Banyo, and Zillmere cater to both primary and secondary aged children.
Public transport is also very accessible with three train stations in the vicinity (Nudgee, Banyo and Bindha) and city express bus services running at regular intervals. The Gateway Motorway separates the Golf Course from the rest of the suburb and provides excellent access for residents wanting to visit either the Sunshine Coast or the Gold Coast. The major road in the area - Sandgate Road - puts the commute to Brisbane City at around 20-25 minutes.
According to the 2001 Census there were 1,904 people living in the suburb with a median age of 37. The median individual income was between $300 and $399 per week. Of all occupied private dwellings 81% were either fully owned or being purchased; 15% were being rented.