In case you missed it, here are our webinars we've recently hosted

The Next Tech Frontier: Exploring IoT and Multi-Modal Generative AI

Broaden your perspective and deepen your understanding of two revolutionary fields, Internet of Things (IoT) and Multi-Modal Generative AI, and their increasingly intertwined futures. The intersection of IoT and multi-modal generative AI holds immense potential for shaping the data landscapes of tomorrow.

TWTV Digital Nation 2023: Shaping our tomorrow, today

We’re exploring the next steps in building a digital nation together. In recent years, many initiatives have helped inspire our shared vision of an equitable, sustainable and prosperous Aotearoa New Zealand, underpinned by good tech. Now is the time to influence the next steps in our journey and ensure our future in the digital age.

Accelerating Aotearoa’s Net Zero Emissions Target

New Zealand has set an ambitious goal of reaching net-zero emissions by 2050. Achieving this target requires innovative solutions that reduce carbon emissions across all sectors of the economy. This event focused on how the use of Internet of Things (IoT) devices can accelerate New Zealand’s transition to a low-carbon economy and help achieve the net-zero emissions target.

Mapping The Future: Location Technology and Climate Change

Discover the future of climate change with the power of location technology!

The session featured a dynamic group of experts and thought leaders who explored the innovative ways location technology can help us tackle the challenges of climate change.

Ledger of Things – Future of IoT and Blockchain Technology

In October the NZ IoT Alliance and BlockchainNZ published The Ledger of Things Whitepaper to help bring understanding of how these two technologies can work together in a range of different use cases. Join industry experts who will further explain how IoT and Blockchain can benefit water, energy, and supply chain logistics.

Keagan Lehmann | Deputy Chair, NZ IoT Alliance
John Mackie | Chartered Professional Engineer and previous member of BlockchainNZ Executive Council
Alison Mackie | Executive Director, NZ IoT Alliance and BlockchainNZ

IoT and Location Technology supporting Mental Health

Matthew Steans, the founder of Stigma Statistics, is determined to do something about the pain and suffering associated with mental health. He’s decided the best way to do this was through data and technology. Listen to this LocationLunch webinar to learn how groundbreaking technology can be used for good. 

Matthew Steans – Founder of Stigma Statistics 
Alison Mackie – Executive Director of LocationTech and IoT Alliance