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Kiwi volcanologist joins international team testing advanced drone technology

Drone technology developed at the Victoria University of Wellington has helped improve our understanding of one of the most active volcanoes in the world.

Kiwi 'regtech' startup raises $2.5m

"Regtech" startup First AML, which streamlines compliance for new anti-money laundering laws, has raised 2.5m in its first angel fundraising round led by Pushpay founders Chris Heaslip and Eliot Crowther, with support from Icehouse Ventures and other private investors.

How buying second-hand can save your pocket, and the planet

The way technology can make everyday tasks easier is great. The downside though, is that consumer culture is taking a huge toll on the environment in the form of electronic waste.

Robotics set to transform 50-year-old herd testing process - LIC

New bespoke robotic technology being introduced by agritech and herd improvement co-operative LIC will revolutionise a key part of its herd testing operations and deliver benefits on and off farm.

Fleet management is as much about people as fleets - Teletrac Navman

Managing staff is fundamental to a fleet manager’s role according to the 2019 New Zealand Telematics Benchmark Report, which found an even stronger focus on staff in 2019 than in previous years.

Teletrac Navman welcomes AI technology leader Jens Meggers as new president

Teletrac Navman, a global software-as-a-service provider that leverages location-based technology and services for managing mobile assets, today announced the appointment of Dr. Jens Meggers as President.

New Zealand startups to showcase at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2019

ecentre-hosted New Zealand Pavilion in TechCrunch’s Startup Alley to show off Kiwi startups; Supply-chain startup Sparrows chosen as ‘wild card’ for Showcase pitch contest

Quantiful invents business planning tool with AWS tech

Businesses of all sizes across New Zealand rely on sales forecasting to make informed decisions for their businesses, but the introduction of social media, marketing and e-commerce has transformed consumer behaviour.

Screen or scream: The challenge of school holidays

Recent research conducted by Opinion Compare has identified the many challenges Kiwi parents will be faced over the upcoming two week break.

(Screen) time of their lives

It’s the school holidays; a time to enjoy the Spring weather, spend time with the family and … get the screens out.