The New Zealand Transport Agency have recently announced another Hackathon event, to be held from 15-17 March 2019 in Auckland. This year's theme is “Mode+Alt+Shift, Moving People / Not Machines", challenging participants to unleash the potential of technology to open up people’s travel choices in New Zealand.
Numbers do not lie and unfortunately these numbers tell me something I have been trying to ignore over the Christmas and New Year break. Yes, I will finally admit it. I am officially overweight by Ministry of Health standards. But why am I making this confession in a work blog? This is why…
Abley are pleased to announce the appointment of Kelly Smith to their Board of Directors. Kelly will join existing Board Members David Pimblott, Ross Major and Paul Durdin, as an independent director and will provide strategic and business planning expertise.
Courtney Groundwater has returned to Abley after time working in Colombia and the UK. In the UK Courtney was working in a Transport Strategy and Economics team, managing and contributing to the development of business cases across a range of transport infrastructure including light rail, road safety and the pedestrianisation of Oxford Street in London. Courtney is excited to return to her roots at Abley, bring an extended set of skills and fresh international perspective to the New Zealand transport sector.
This year Gartner, in their annual Top 10 Strategic Technologies Trends list, put Digital Twins at the number 4 spot, just behind all Autonomous Things, Augmented Analytics and AI-Driven Development. This is a pretty meteoric rise for Digital Twins which didn’t make the 2016 list at all, jumped in at number 5 in 2017 list, moved to number 4 in 2018 and has held its position in 2019.
Steve Abley and his wife Michelle, recently embarked on a sailing adventure from Fiji to New Zealand. The following is a snapshot of their journey and an excerpt from the blog written by Skipper Larry Green.