We help to advance the foundations for a successful digital nation including education, connectivity, cybersecurity, digital access and trade. Our research explores the opportunities and impact that technology offers New Zealand.
An analysis of the impact of interactive media and games on New Zealand’s economy and wellbeing. The Interactive Aotearoa Study drew upon several data sources, research studies and 50 qualitative interviews. It presents a stocktake of interactive media globally and locally, and makes recommendations to grow the social, cultural and economic potential of interactive design … Continue reading "Interactive Aotearoa"
#Economy, #Interactive Media
This report is the culmination of a one year research project led by the AI Forum with research partners IDC and Sapere. The research examined the New Zealand and international AI industry landscapes, investigating AI’s potential impacts on New Zealand’s economy and society. The report identifies key AI opportunities, in the public, private and education … Continue reading "Artificial Intelligence: Shaping a Future New Zealand"
An analysis of the digital skills landscape of New Zealand. This report commissioned by the New Zealand Digital Skills Forum, provides actionable findings, to ensure we, as a nation, can realise our potential through developing a skilled capable workforce prepared for the future of work. Report prepared by: New Zealand Digital Skills Forum
#Skills, Talent & Work
This study has been designed to provide a stocktake of the current ecosystem of IoT in New Zealand. The primary objective is to identify opportunities for economic growth through clever use of the Internet of Things. Report prepared by: New Zealand IoT Alliance
#Internet of Things
With the rapidly changing pace of technology, most people are unaware of the exponential impact many technologies are having throughout society. As the voice of the technology sector, NZTech set about finding out just how important technology is to the New Zealand economy. Report prepared by: NZTech