04 November 2019
Smart cities leaders from Australia and New Zealand came together last week for Smart Cities Week Australia to network, exchange and create opportunities for accelerating the region’s sustainability through technology and data solutions. Over 400 attendees representing 50 cities, including Wellington, Hamilton and Christchurch, were present. The week included workshops and breakout sessions with dynamic … Continue reading "The strength of Smart Cities Week"
KotahiNet are a New Zealand company; visionaries in the IoT space, and world-leading game changers in IoT.
22 October 2019
09 October 2019
The NZ 2019 IoT Half-Day Conference, sponsored by Spark and LEAP Australia, on 3 October in Auckland showcased many examples of New Zealand IoT solutions and gave the 120 attendees the chance to gain insight from those who deployed them. Smart City and Industry4.0 were the themes of the event, with each category detailing a … Continue reading "What you missed at IoT Half-Day Conference"
The Internet of Things (IoT) is playing a key role in the future of sustainable farming, as showcased in a trial project at Kowhai farm.
19 August 2019
Scale-Up NZ, from Callaghan Innovation, shines a light on our thriving innovation ecosystem. It delivers accurate insights on ambitious, innovative New Zealand companies, removing information gaps that too often prevent our businesses from achieving their potential.
09 May 2019
Spark has named New Zealand’s largest freight and logistics company, Mainfreight, as the first customer for Spark Asset Tracking.
07 March 2019
In April, Callaghan Innovation launches Scale-Up New Zealand, a free online platform with verified information on Aotearoa New Zealand’s vibrant innovation ecosystem.
19 February 2019
Ag-tech business ‘The Yield’ is working with the Tasmanian Government and oyster farmers in 14 of the State’s estuaries, deploying a new system that uses in-estuary sensors, cloud computing and machine learning to offer a much better outcome for oyster farmers
14 January 2019
More than $1.2 trillion will be spent on internet of things (IoT) solutions over the next four years, notwithstanding that three-quarters of IoT projects currently fail.
14 January 2019