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E-scooters are set to hit the city's streets.Hamilton City Council approved a six-month trial, 10 votes to two, for the hire of personal transportation devices from public spaces in the city.But question marks over the safety of e-scooters, e-bikes and other devices had...
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Christchurch City Council will consider spending an additional $2.2 million next year to improve the security of the district’s drinking water supply.The Council today agreed to consider adding $2 million to next year’s budget to install and operate smart pressure and ac...
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While attention has been drawn to Uber's announcement of a flying taxi this week — another flying taxi service is already being tested on New Zealand soil in the Mackenzie Country.Read more...
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Some of the technology Hamilton City Council uses to manage our transportation network is on display at this year’s Fieldays.The Smart Hamilton programme, supported by Hamilton City Council, is showing how data and technology can help improve the flow of vehicle traffic, d...
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Everyone knows the office struggles - cold meeting rooms, confusing room bookings and video conference gear nobody knows how to use.  But there's a solution, BECA smart buildings lead Steve Perkins says. "Smart building" technology can give workers the po...
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Key players from Australasia’s Smart City network will share their insights in Hamilton later this month. Hamilton City Council, Hamilton Central Business Association and CultivateIT are presenting the Smart Cities Lunch as part of Techweek19 Waikato.The smart city in...
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A council drone has been scanning the countryside for leaks. The trial project led by Waipā District Council's water services team has been using a drone to locate leaks in a major water supply pipe. The small, unmanned quadcopters were fi...
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Find out more about Smart Hamilton, what the future of smart cities could look like, and developments from Australia, NZ and the globe!Find out more and register...
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A new car designed to check cars have a current warrant of fitness and registration is about to hit the streets.The public can expect to see the new i-PARK scan car driving Rotorua's inner city streets as it undergoes testing and driver training.Rotorua Lakes Council said in...
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Spark has named New Zealand’s largest freight and logistics company, Mainfreight, as the first customer for Spark Asset Tracking.The move has been billed as its first end-to-end IoT service that bring together the company’s IoT networks, IoT devices, digital monitoring d...
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