Smart Cities

As the black fabric shrouding Hamilton's latest public artwork fell to the ground, the verdict from onlookers was swift. "It's stunning," said Juliann Smith, one of the first to step inside Tōia Mai, an interactive waka sculpture unveiled on the banks of the Ferrybank Reser...
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A group for innovators, thought leaders and organisations interested in developing the Internet of Things (IoT) and digital technology in the Waikato. Regular events provide an opportunity to get together and hear what is happening with digital technology in Waikato, NZ and ...
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Hamilton is using its size and small scale to make big differences with smart technology being rolled out across the city.Hamilton City Council's Smart Hamilton initiative uses digital services, insights and technology to improve services to customers and better manage the c...
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The three-yearly audit of Hamilton’s footpaths will for the first time be done using hi-tech scooters.The audit of around 1000km of footpaths is taking place over October, with the information used to identify urgent maintenance repairs and guide the city’s footpath rene...
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Lost dogs in Hamilton could be a thing of the past if a new initiative is successful The Hamilton City Council in partnership with a new dog tag technology, Doggone, are trialling a system to help reunite dog owners with their lost dogs easily and quickly.&nbs...
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People could use the internet to elect their next Matamata-Piako district councillors, if a business case to trial online voting stacks up.The council decided to allocate $20,000 to further research how an online voting trial could work, and its cost, at the 2019 l...
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