NIWA scientists in New Zealand are leading the MethaneSAT agricultural emissions science programme, set to revolutionise global methane monitoring, focusing on agrarian emissions, including ruminant farming and rice production.
New Zealand’s adoption of facial recognition technology in retail reflects a positive stride towards innovation and efficiency, although it also underscores the importance of addressing privacy concerns and ensuring equitable accuracy across diverse demographics.
Public transportation in Dunedin has surged by 28% from 2022, highlighting the growing demand for e-buses and emphasising the success of public transportation technology.
The Productivity Commission’s report highlights the nation’s potential for economic growth through technological innovation, stressing collaboration, forward-thinking policies, and investment in emerging technologies for future prosperity.
The integration of assistive technology in schools not only alleviates financial burdens for families of children with disabilities but also transforms learning experiences, fostering inclusivity and empowering students to thrive academically and socially.
New Zealand has demonstrated its dedication to enhancing public transportation through technology integration, aiming to improve efficiency, comfort, and accessibility for residents.
NZ’s NCSC and CERT NZ, in collaboration with global partners, release ‘Engaging with Artificial Intelligence,’ providing essential guidance to strengthen organisations against emerging AI security threats.
Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences New Zealand utilising data from ORC-operated groundwater monitoring, revealing rising sea levels and groundwater risks in South Dunedin and Harbourside, emphasising the transformative role of digital technology in data analysis, forecasting, and future planning for climate resilience.
New Zealand faces a rise in cyberattacks on the education sector, leading law enforcement to caution parents about sharing identifiable school-related photos of their children online and advocating for enhanced cybersecurity measures.
SmartSat CRC and the NZSA join forces to accelerate space industry growth through collaborative tech initiatives, bolstering Earth observation, situational awareness, and optical communications advancements.