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Robotics technology developed by researchers at the University of Waterloo makes critical bridge inspections cheaper and more reliable by automating the process The new system combines autonomous robots, cameras and lidar – a remote sensing method using lasers — to systematically collect data for defect detection and analysis. Continue →
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Intelligent automation specialist Reveal Group claims breakthrough software to drive speed, quality and investment return for Robotic Process Automations users Reveal Group says its three new Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions will allow enterprises to automate processes 30 percent faster with unparalleled quality and results. Continue →
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As the Coronavirus outbreak spreads into its third month, the virus is covering much of the world, shutting down entire economies and things could get worse, FintechNZ general manager James Brown says The global financial markets have plummeted in what could be similar to the Global Financial Crisis, 60 percent of people across Asia are worried for their financial security. Continue →
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Today’s announcement of the new Digital Council to help government understand opportunities for New Zealand to really boost emerging technologies has been welcomed by NZTech and The AI Forum of New Zealand For the past two election cycles the tech ecosystem has recommended expert advice to help identify the benefits of emerging technologies for New Zealand, NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says. Continue →
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Many New Zealand tech companies which are relatively small, nimble and highly innovative are forecast to rapidly expand in 2020 and over the next decade on areas of the economy, ecology and industry, says NZTech chair Mitchell Pham Technology is New Zealand’s third biggest and fastest growing sector and traditional institutions and enterprise businesses will benefit from partnering with such tech companies who bring fresh thinking and approaches to the table. Continue →