New smart park for the City of Marion

City of Marion (S.A.) recently celebrated the official reopening of their first smart park at Shamrock Road Reserve playground. One of the new features is our all-access cabinet and the first IoT public barbecues connected by retro-fitting our Smart Barbecue sensor, courtesy of Federal Smart City funding.

Here, Mayor Kris Hanna talks about the features of this fantastic new community space.

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Communal Barbecue Product Selection Criteria

Asset Owner Criteria

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Public Barbecue Siting Checklist

Appropriate planning and design considerations are essential in minimising risk, extending the product design life, and promoting the best use of public barbecues. This list will assist you...

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Christie joins LGA as a preferred supplier

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By purchasing under the agreement, Local Government customers...

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ICON Cabinet wins Australian Good Design Award

The Australian Good Design Awards celebrate the best new products and services on the Australian and international markets. They reward new and emerging areas of design, including design strategy, social impact design,...

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