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Growing cities need smart tech investment to meet goals
The NZ IoT Alliance chair says that as cities grow up and out, it’s time to invest in smart city tech to keep them functioning.
How IoT is helping NZ’s largest industry
The IoT tech trial at Kowhai farm is a New Zealand IoT Alliance pilot in collaboration with MBIE.
Kiwis make waves in IoT World Cup
A New Zealand company, KotahiNet, has been named as a finalist in the IoT World Cup for its River Pollution Monitoring solution.
The IoT devices we all want for Xmas
The IoT is rapidly growing in New Zealand and presenting exciting opportunities for Kiwis...
Kiwi AI could help end world hunger
“We know the world is heading toward a major food supply crisis..."
NZTech is expanding - and so is the nation's tech industry
“Better use of the Internet could result in $34 billion in economic growth and better use of IoT could be worth more than $2.2 billion."
A nation of smart cities: Is IoT the answer to traffic congestion & crime?
By managing traffic flows to reduce congestion and deterring crime using intelligent lighting and cognitive CCTV, IoT can make a city more desirable.
Vodafone prepares mobile network for NZ's expected IoT surge
“IoT is approaching a tipping point and it’s starting to transform the way we live our lives and run our businesses."
NZ IoT Alliance: By 2020, 100% of IoT will be supported by AI
Within three years, 100% of all effective IoT efforts will be supported by cognitive or artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities.
NZ IoT Alliance report: Simon Bridges on the Govt's role in NZ's IoT future
“Emerging technologies also present new challenges, and the research identifies some areas we’ll be considering further such as privacy of IoT data."
NZ IoT Alliance: Next decade worth $2.2 billion in IoT potential
“The key inhibitor for IoT uptake in NZ is a lack of understanding, knowledge and skill. This is not a technical issue, it's an education issue."