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NZ Herald: Kiwi software tracked Oz floods

Peter Griffin posted in on January 17th, 2011.

Cristopher Adams writes in the New Zealand Herald about the New Zealand-designed software platform which was used to generate the 3D simulations of the Brisbane floods used by news broadcasters. The simulated maps were generated a week before the floods, and were created using both high-resolution aerial photography, and also airborne laser scanning. An excerpt: […]

Wairarapa News: Farmer creates own smartphone application

Peter Griffin posted in on August 5th, 2010.

Piers Fuller writes in the Wairarapa News about a farmer who has developed a smartphone application – IFarmer – designed to make keeping track of inventory on farms easier and faster. The software also allows farmers and agents to see their financial position in real time, and additional features such as RFID ear tag and […]

Dom Post: Seismic survey using Kiwi software

Peter Griffin posted in on December 7th, 2009.

Attempts to survey the Pegasus basin, as well as several other potentially oil-bearing subsea areas, are to be helped along software developed in Wellington. The software, developed by GNS Science’s business unit Globe Charitas, helps to analyse seismic data and check that it is being gathered properly.  As drilling becomes more difficult, software such as […]

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