Auckland – Despite the recent concerns about Huawei and its role with the 5G roll-out, a technology that will boost the use and spread of the Internet of Things (IoT), New Zealand tech firms are getting on with developing the solutions that will run on multiple networks.
The offerings that can be developed in IoT range from the mundane, such as systems that open and close valves, to opportunities to make the world a better place, New Zealand IoT Alliance executive director Kriv Naicker says.
17 January 2019
“Autonomous cars will generate the same amount of data as 3 billion people, and it will all be protected by CarBlock (blockchain) technology. Very interesting data statistics.”
23 August 2018
“Great to see two NZ companies and Callaghan Innovation collaborating to deliver IoT logistics solution for the global airline industry. Even better that the devices are being manufactured in NZ and sold globally. IoT is going to create significant economic benefits for NZ and this is a perfect example of what can be achieved”.
16 August 2018
16 August 2018
Vodafone’s Blackhawk Tracking solution is helping farmers to track and manage ATV driver behaviour. Using a combination of real time data and GPS tracking, Blackhawk is allowing farmers to locate drivers and monitor performance. For the driver, the automated emergency call should the vehicle tip over will ensure rapid response to any situation. Great use … Continue reading "ATV tracking solution keeping farmers safe and improving driver behaviour"
A new research study has identified agri-business as one of the best opportunities to use the internet of things (IoT) for economic advantage in New Zealand, mainly because of the contribution that agriculture already makes to the Kiwi economy.
02 July 2017
The Internet of Things (IoT) will soon become critical to helping New Zealand raise its productivity and prosperity, NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says.
19 March 2017