This once-in-a-generation opportunity to change the machinery behind local government cannot ignore some significant challenges facing local democracy, Property Council of New Zealand chief executive Leonie Freeman says.
New Zealand researchers produce cutting-edge seismic engineering innovations, but often struggle to get new technology implemented in real-life building designs, says Dr Ashkan Hashemi, this year’s Ivan Skinner Award winner.
Asmuss, one of the country’s largest suppliers of steel and flow control products, celebrated 100 years in business.
An official spade in the ground celebration last month marked the move underground to build City Rail Link’s Aotea Station. The project also heralds the re-opening of one major road in central Auckland and the temporary closure of another as construction shifts focus.
BCITO recently reached a new milestone, announcing 16,000 apprentices actively training. Here, BCITO chief executive Toby Beaglehole describes how it is determined to grow the skills pipeline New Zealand desperately needs and ensure supply meets demand for the building and construction sector.
Precision hydraulics help “best under pressure” Kiwis claim back-to-back America’s Cups.
Described as a world crane service leader, Konecranes is introducing a new app to increase efficiency, optimise safety, and digitise Daily Inspections.
Forklifts today can do more than just move stock from one end of the factory to the other – when integrated with the right technology, Crown Equipment says the machines can move your whole organisation forward.
In an age where technology is at the heart of virtually everything the possibilities are infinite. Engineers and scientists are honing their skills to bring us inventions beyond our wildest imaginations, and the COVID-19 pandemic is further accelerating this mission.
Recent trends in the global process automation market are characterised by various fund raising initiatives by prominent industry participants.