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G-ME launches blockchain-backed GPS device
The device uses CROWN’s blockchain technology, supposedly making users’ location data immutable and impossible to counterfeit.
Calling all tech companies - The AFP are on the hunt for a new partnership
“The technology will also provide for ACT Policing to meet its need for a self-service online reporting capability.”
Number of APAC manufacturers with ‘smart factories’ to triple by 2022
In a world-leading effort, almost half of APAC manufacturers will have fully connected factories by 2022 with tech use among them expected to surge.
Track’em - the cloud-based tracking system that saves time, money & headaches
“One thing we realised very early is that our loyalty is not to the product. Our loyalty is to the solution which solves our customer’s problem."
Trans-Tasman A-team: Aussie company wins NZ Post contract
The born-in-the-cloud Oracle partner has a workforce of over 100, and surprisingly, has only been in business since the beginning of 2016.
Track stolen items in real-time: Aruba launches new asset tracking solution
Organisations worldwide lose millions of dollars every year on misplaced inventory - 25% of hospital staff time is wasted looking for these items.
Emergency location tracking can be life or death, so why is NZ taking so long?
With the accuracy of GPS, combined with the amount of data about users, using emergency location tracking for medical purposes seems obvious. Right?
Locationing tech boosting customer retention and retailer revenue
Today’s retailers face the same challenge - shoppers have so many choices, with the competition always just a few keystrokes away, any time of the day
Location Luigi's US road trip lessons
Having just returned from a 3,500km road trip through the Southern States of the USA, I am excited by the opportunities there are for location-based services in the tourist and travel industry.
Who else is spying on you?
It's not just Apple and Google who might be tracking your location.
Drama over leaked Google emails
The contents of leaked Google emails show how highly location data is prized by the company.