The use of on-board cameras is a key component of the government’s fisheries system reform. It is in line with the 2019 roll out of cameras on vessels operating in core Maui dolphin habitats.
Under the National Ticketing Solution system, citizens can pay for public transport using contactless debit or credit cards and digital payment methods, while still offering the option of using a pre-paid transit card.
An agreement with the country’s major telecom network operators allows an extension on 3.5 GHz rights where they will be required to increase the pace of the 5G roll-out to small towns and the hardest-to-reach areas.
The Paihau-Robinson Research Institute will test a type of electric space thruster known as applied-field magneto plasma dynamic thrusters, which uses high-temperature superconducting magnet technology.
There is a rapid deployment of new technology that is converter-based and the proposed hybrid grid, a 7-year project, will reduce the number of conversion stages needed, resulting in greater efficiency and fewer risks.
To address domestic conflict, the government has launched a centralised 24/7 phone and online-chat support service, a dedicated website with interactive resources and an online space to support behavioural change.
The Digital Strategy for Aotearoa represents the government’s commitment to helping the country reach its full potential in the digital age. It consists of three pillars: Trust, Inclusion, and Growth.
About 150 Maori households will benefit from clean, affordable, and locally generated power as the government is supporting 16 small-scale solar projects through a NZ$3 million fund.
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