As New Zealand continues to respond to the challenges of COVID-19 and prepares its transition to a low-carbon economy, Spark has launched a new Innovation Studio that will support Kiwi businesses to identify how emerging technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT) and 5G can help them adapt, transform and grow.
The Spark Innovation Studio is the first place in New Zealand where businesses can test technology solutions on all networks (4G, 5G, Cat M1, NB IoT, LoRaWAN) and co-create their own solutions alongside some of the best technology engineers and experts New Zealand has to offer.
The Innovation Studio aims to bridge the gap between understanding and action by demystifying emerging technology and showcasing real-life examples of how it can help solve business challenges. The Innovation Studio features four interactive zones that showcase how emerging technology can help key sectors such as agriculture, aquaculture, utilities, transport, logistics, councils, government and health and safety to benefit from the digitisation of their business operations.
For Techweek, Spark is throwing open the doors of its Innovation Studio and invites you to explore the possibilities of the Internet of Things and 5G. We are hosting three tours, each of which will last one hour. There is a maximum of 15 people per tour, due to space constraints.
Thursday 27 May