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.
NZTech believes there are specific areas the Government should focus on to enable and grow Aotearoa as a Digital Nation. While not an exclusive list, these actions are aligned with the Digital Tech ITP and should be considered by any incoming Government. The manifesto outlines six key areas: • Education • Digital Inclusion • Sustainability … Continue reading "NZTech Manifesto 2023"
#Economy, #Skills, Talent & Work, #Sustainability
Connectivity is no longer a ‘nice to have’, it is an essential component of being able to fully participate in a digital world and resilient connectivity will only be possible if connectivity is seen as a lifeline and prioritised, and we employ a more “whole of New Zealand approach”. This will require more strategic alignment, … Continue reading "Commiting to connectivity as a core utility"
NZTech thanks the Transport and Infrastructure Committee for the opportunity to submit on the proposed Civil Aviation Bill. This submission is in response to sections in respect to regulations and policy changes for remotely piloted or autonomous aircraft, and airport regulation.
NZTech thanks the Ministry for the Environment for the opportunity to submit on discussion document Te hau mārohi ki anamata Transitioning to a low-emissions and climate-resilient future. We are happy to engage further to discuss our submission in detail and provide further assistance.
NZTech is generally supportive of the Amendment Bill which has come from the Electricity PriceReview and seeks to enhance competition and service to consumers. We support theamendments that enhance an efficient market, increase the consumer voice, improveregulations from the consumer perspective, remove ambiguity, and clarify the Authority’spowers.
FinTechNZ congratulates the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) for its leadership inproposing a Digital Strategy for Aoteaora and we thank you for the opportunity tocontribute feedback.
The AI Forum is working with the New Zealand Government on establishing an AI Strategy forAotearoa New Zealand within the Digital ITP. AI currently sits within the Mahi Ake (Growth)and should be extracted and sit as a foundation for the Strategy.
#Artificial Intelligence, #Economy
In this submission we provide the following information: Background on the Industry Groups party to this submission Provide key areas for consideration (the main body of our submission) Provide answers to the questions requested
NZTech supports the creation of a Digital Strategy for Aoteaora (the Strategy) and seeks to play an active role in its development and implementation.
#Economy, #NZTech Activities