Monday, June 24, 2024

Technology

Food innovation MoU signed in Palmerston North

Two leading research and development centres have signed an agreement in Palmerston North to work together on groundbreaking initiatives in food innovation and technology. Palmerston...

New filter to better guard against digital child exploitation

The Department of Internal Affairs has announced a significant upgrade to its Digital Child Exploitation Filtering System, which blocks access to websites known to...

MetService and NEMA unite for better weather warnings

From today, MetService will provide additional information in its severe weather warnings to help people better understand the impact of incoming weather and what...

Commerce Minister to attend fraud talks in Singapore

Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, Andrew Bayly, is travelling to Singapore today to attend scam and fraud prevention meetings. Mr Bayly joins a delegation...

Horowhenua district plan goes digital

Horowhenua District Council has announced the launch of its new ePlan, an interactive and user-friendly online version of the District Plan. The Council says the...

Thermal tech now permitted on public conservation land

Technology that makes it easier for hunters to locate animals will be allowed on public conservation land from 1 June, Hunting and Fishing Minister...

Meet the digital infant growing world-first psychology research

Meet BabyX, a hyper-realistic computer-generated simulation of a human infant, who is taking centre stage in research out of the University of Auckland. In a...

AI robotics researcher taps into mussel industry

World-leading underwater AI robotics research at the University of Canterbury is looking to transform New Zealand’s aquaculture industry. Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha | University...

Police issue warning over WhatsApp scam

Police are warning people to be wary of a WhatsApp scam following an increase in reports in the Wellington District. In this case, Police say...

School attendance data dashboard goes live

A new online data dashboard released today as part of the Government’s school attendance action plan makes more timely daily attendance data available to...

New security technology in the bag for Auckland Airport

Passengers travelling internationally from Auckland Airport will now be able to keep laptops and liquids in their carry-on bags for security screening thanks to...

Digital driver licence a step closer with new app

The new NZ Transport Agency (NZTA) App is a secure ‘one stop shop’ to provide the services drivers need, Transport Minister, Simeon Brown and...

Rural residents front-of-mind in copper network investigation

The Commerce Commission said connectivity options for rural New Zealanders are front-of-mind as it begins a formal investigation that will help shape the future...

New tech chapter for Blenheim library

Marlborough’s new technology and innovation hub is set to be up and running in the old Blenheim library building later this year. Marlborough District Council...

‘RealSpeed’ report brings home broadband testing

The Commerce Commission has today released its first 'RealSpeed' report alongside its regular quarterly Measuring Broadband New Zealand (MBNZ) results – providing new insights...