Webinars

In case you missed it, here are our webinars we've recently hosted

Navigating The Rising Tide

From extreme weather events to worsening air quality, decreasing biodiversity to rising sea levels, climate change is set to be a major policy challenge for Aotearoa in the coming decades.

Speakers:

  • Xinyu Fu – Lecturer of Environmental Planning – University of Waikato
  • Michael Allis – Senior Associate – Coastal Engineering, Resilience and Adaption – Beca

Right Place at the Right Time: LocationTech’s role in The Metaverse

Location Technology – on first mention – would seem like an obvious exponent, intermediary and major beneficiary of the Metaverse. Dig a little deeper, however, and Location Tech’s future role in the rapidly evolving meta landscape is largely undefined – and quite literally up for grabs!

In this not to miss TechweekTV event, LocationTech New Zealand’s Executive Director, Alison Mackie, and Deputy Chair, Chris Morris, explore these questions and more as they debate the role location technology has in the metaverse.

The Future of Building Sustainable Cities

Can location-enabled technology change the way we function in the future? Hear from industry leaders and visionaries on what it means to build and live in a sustainable while managing the impacts of population growth. 

Speakers:
Kane O’Donnell Director of Innovation – Aware Group
Ryan MacVeigh Digital Solutions Advisory Manager- WSP
Dr Kathryn Salm Digital Solutions Manager – Harrison Grierson
Greer O’Donnell Urban Strategist / Director – The Urban Advisory

Real Use-Cases Utilising Location Technology and Blockchain

Listen to industry leaders share their experiences and knowledge, including case studies, challenges and opportunities location technology has when used in conjunction with blockchain. From sharing trusted data to transforming maritime logistics hear real-use cases and the future of these technologies.

Speakers:

Klaeri Schelhowe Delivery Director, Trust Alliance New Zealand
Frederik Van Outryve Chief Commercial Officer, T-Mining
Alex Sims Associate Professor, The University of Auckland

Interview with Mark Rocket from Kea Aerospace

Can location-enabled technology change the way we function in the future? Hear from industry leaders and visionaries on what it means to build and live in a sustainable while managing the impacts of population growth. 

Launching payloads into space, growing the Canterbury aerospace ecosystem, and prototyping an unmanned solar powered vehicle that flies in the stratosphere. Listen to LocationTech chair, Sam Drummond, and Kea Aerospace CEO, Mark Rocket, discuss this and more. 

Speakers:
Sam DrummondChair of LocationTech and Director of Seamless Data
Mark Rocket CEO of Kea Aerospace