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Smarter cities needed to achieve government ambitions

With the government recently announcing a desire to help our cities grow up and out, leading New Zealand IoT expert Kriv Naicker today questioned whether New Zealand is falling behind in the use of smart city technology to help achieve this goal.
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Cities Getting Smarter With The Internet Of Things

The New Zealand IoT Alliance is showcasing how Internet of Things (IoT) applications can enable smart cities and improve industrial productivity at its second annual showcase event in Auckland next week. IoT Alliance Executive Council member John McDermott says the event will feature a range of applications that help deliver better public services, improve health … Continue reading "Cities Getting Smarter With The Internet Of Things"
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Next big technology step is here

Article sourced from: https://farmersweekly.co.nz/ The technology’s name, The Internet of Things, sounds both daunting and obscure. But dig below the label and it refers to some very clever technology that will have an application for farmers. Self-confessed technophobe Neal Wallace talks to Internet of Things Alliance executive director Kriv Naicker. Many farmers are already dabbling in technology’s latest … Continue reading "Next big technology step is here"
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World first IoT farming tech trial in NZ

Auckland – A pioneering arable farming tech trial is expected to make a quantum leap to help boost New Zealand’s primary export revenue. New Zealand has a low understanding of how the internet of things (IoT) can assist with farm management and sustainability and adoption of precision agriculture techniques also remains low. New Zealand’s primary industry export … Continue reading "World first IoT farming tech trial in NZ"
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Kiwi IoT companies placing NZ on world innovation stage

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.
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Research underway on the impact of IoT

The Internet of Things (IoT) will soon become critical to helping New Zealand raise its productivity and prosperity, NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says.