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NZ companies partner up on new software to improve contaminated land management

New Zealand companies partner up on new software to improve contaminated land data management and analysis

Artificial intelligence could soon detect pandemics - NZ Health IT

AI and precision health could soon help detect pandemic virus patterns like covid-19 very early, NZ Health IT (NZHIT) chief executive Scott Arrol says.

New Zealand team creates world-first in the fight against Covid-19

In a world first in the global fight against Covid-19, a New Zealand company has created an app that can help to slow the spread of the deadly virus - a personal, early warning indicator for Covid-19 infection, compatible with multiple brands of popular wearable devices.

Insurtech expert to speak at ANZIIF webinar

Next week, Insurtech expert Michael Lovegrove will speak to the industry in a virtual webinar about how digital innovations, such as digital customer experience, are crucial for risk management process and business continuity planning.

InternetNZ offers its new cyber security product for an extended free trial

InternetNZ has announced that its new cyber security product, Defenz Domain Name System (DNS) Firewall, is available for a free four month trial.

Purchase a GXT5 to help disadvantaged kids get education assistance - Vertiv

From now until the end of June, Vertiv is proudly donating $50 from the sale of every GXT5 to help support children in need in Australia and New Zealand.

Tasman District gets connectivity boost with 2degrees

Homes and businesses on the Tasman District now have boosted 2degrees mobile and broadband services, thanks to the telco’s role as part of the Rural Connectivity Group (RCG).

Government tracing app on wrong track - Sir Ray Avery

The government’s covid-19 tracing app is on the wrong track, according to Sir Ray Avery, who is co-founder of Jupl NZ which monitors and tracks the health and wellbeing of thousands of at-risk people in New Zealand and Australia.

'New kit detects employee fever at access points'

Kiwi Internet of Things (IoT) specialist Adroit is excited to release The Adroit Fever Kit, a no-touch, portable device that enables employee screening at all access points to a business - already being deployed in the US and distributed around the world.

'Otago Polytechnic leads way with contact tracing app'

Otago Polytechnic’s tech types have developed a contact tracing app so easy to use that other organisations in the ITP sector have adopted it.

Otago Polytechnic has moved to Alert Level 2 as of today, 14 May. It will reopen its campuses for learners on Monday 18 May.