At a glance Pyper Vision, a Christchurch-based company, is developing a groundbreaking system using UAV technology to disperse a compound that clears fog droplets, ensuring safe visibility for take-offs and landings at airports.
AI Governance will be launched at an AI Forum responsible AI event hosted by Creative HQ, Wellington’s innovation hub.
At a glance Art licensing company Artgame creates and prints premium lenticular images on items such as bookmarks and postcards, but they needed a quality control solution as it couldn’t be done manually.
The large, eye-catching pounamu Aaron Ward wears around his neck is not only his connection to home, but also a conversation starter.
After a decade as a recruiter, Scott Inglis saw a difficult part for firms hiring a new employee came right at the end.
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Callaghan Innovation is proud to sponsor once again the NZ Hi-Tech Kamupene Māori o te Tau – Māori Company of the Year award.
From a start at Wellington Zoo just three years ago, newly re-launched mobile location technology company AREA360 and its most famous creation, STQRY, are set to explode on the world stage thanks to a significant injection of investment funds.
“When someone looks up MACSO a hundred years from now, I want them to ask what the world would have been like without it,” says founder Saba Samiei.
At a glance Auckland-based TheTestMart is automating the software testing process for businesses through the likes of machine learning, making it faster and less risky.
At a glance 3D geological modelling software business Seequent makes the ‘unseen’ of the subterranean world ‘seen’, aggregating geoscience data to give users a fuller picture of what lies beneath the earth’s surface.
At a glance Cambridge-based Rocketspark makes software that allows non-technical people to create websites and has gained a strong following from graphic designers.
But while the complexity of accessing such incentives means carbon markets have so far been dominated by exotic forests and large forestry players, a Nelson AI startup wants to encourage native reforestation – and help the little guys get in on the action, too.