New Zealand is looking to location-enabled digital tech to ensure its cities are as sustainable as they have to be. Such an approach has been affirmed by NZTech Chief Executive Graeme Muller. As such, the industry leader detailed that location-based technology should change the way New Zealanders function in the future.
As cities like Tāmaki Makaurau, Te Whanganui-a-Tara, Ōtautahi, Tauranga, Ōtepoti and Kirikiriroa expand, leaders are considering sustainability as a key driver, he said. Further, he explained that changing needs means cities have to be adaptable.
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