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Auckland authorities are paving the way to add hundreds, if not thousands, more CCTV cameras to the network across the city.Auckland Transport (AT) says improving public safety is the crux.But a CCTV specialist says the agency's other aim, of sharing more data with the polic...
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New Zealand's cricketing Black Caps are at the leading edge of a technology trend international experts believe is changing sport and the way Kiwi companies do business.A cloud-based data and analytics system, used by the Black Caps in the recent Cricket World Cup and design...
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Time to get data-smarter

July 31, 2019
Insights from big data are key to New Zealand farming keeping its global edge, writes Wayne McNee.Big data. It's a term that gets thrown around a lot now days but it's one that is going to be critical to the future success of New Zealand farming.Today in New Zealand we're no...
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What happens if we run that campaign? Who’s going to be affected if we make this change? How do we know what good looks like? Data can be a valuable asset, helping drive business effectiveness and decision-making. Yet businesses ofte...
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New Zealand mid-sized companies are missing opportunities presented by the fast-paced march of technology disruption, according to the global head of audit & accounting for BDO, Chris Smith.Smith, in New Zealand recently to attend an audit conference, says companies worldwid...
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The first study of little blue penguin in North Taranaki is being credited with giving the at-risk bird a better chance of survival in the region."We've been working with young citizen scientists from Puketapu School and Devon Intermediate who've been helping us developing t...
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If Google, Facebook, Twitter, and your cell phone provider got together in a room, what details would they have about you? That lack of transparency is a problem causing deep data distrust, but I would argue that the more fundamental problem is that we don’t yet have an in...
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New research on wearable technology in high-risk work environments to help make workers safer has been given a million dollar funding boost.The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has awarded the grant to Dr Judy Bowen and her team, Associate Professor ...
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