This will be the fourth year NZTE attends the event with some local technology companies. NZTE is the New Zealand government's national economic development agency.
This year’s theme will focus on enhanced communication between humans and computers. Visitors to the stand will be able to see and work with interactive technologies, see a robot in operation, as well as experience demonstrations of telematic technologies and banking applications.
This is a list with companies and technologies participating this year, from the press release:
Human-Computer Interaction: Technology for all the senses
NextWindow is a designer and developer of touch screen products, designed for a variety of applications, including after-market touch sensitive overlays to Interactive WhiteBoard touch and annotation. NextWindow will be showing multi-touch capability, and object size recognition, both new functionalities in the large touch screen market.
Massive Software (www.massivesoftware.com)
Massive Software provides a premier 3D animation system for generating crowd-related visual effects for film and television. The animation and simulation software is used by filmmakers, engineers, architects and robot developers. The company will host Hanson Robotics’ robot Zeno at the show which uses a Massive Software brain to interact with its environment.
Simtrix Ltd (www.simtrix.co.nz)
Simtrix is a leader in research, design, and marketing of breakthrough technologies within the field of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). Simtrix has developed the Swiftpoint device - a radically different computer mouse (or pointing device) that is operated between the index finger and thumb eliminating the need for additional desktop space.
Aranz Scanning Ltd (www.aranz.com)
Aranz develops and supplies handheld 3D laser surface scanning systems and software for acquiring, processing and quantitative analysis of 3D surface data. Examples of integration projects include a mask making system for creating immobilisation masks for radiotherapy and facilitating a faster and less invasive way to create prosthetics and orthotics than the more traditional casting methods.
Banking: Secure and easy to use solutions for the banking industry
Fronde Anywhere (www.frondeanywhere.com)
Fronde Anywhere offers mobile banking, payment and multi-factor authentication solutions for retail banks and other players in the financial services industry. Its portfolio of user-friendly solutions enables customers to make payments and bank transactions via their mobile device from any location.
Vcomms offers a new generation of Financial Transaction Network solutions. The company delivers a range of secure wireless connectivity solutions that enable Cash Machine (ATM), Kiosk and Electronic Point Of Sale (EPOS) terminals to connect to transaction processors and banks over Internet Protocol (IP) networks. Vcomms provides solutions to customers in the banking, telecommunications, independent ATM deployer and OEM sectors.
Business Software: Easing the way we work at a mouse-click
Author-it Software Corporation (www.author-it.com)
Author-it is the complete solution for the creation, management and publication of content across the whole enterprise. From software user assistance and training, to sales proposals, to product manuals, to marketing collateral, to policies and procedures.
Centruflow Ltd (www.centruflow.com)
Centruflow’s world-leading suite of products enables users to visually inspect and understand the data that is important to their business. Centruflow draws pictures that can be easily understood and trusted. It visually connects people to knowledge, linking actions to consequences.
Pivot Ltd (www.pivot.net.nz)
Pivot offers HR software for remuneration management leading to improved organisational efficiency and employee engagement. Its flagship product – Remuneration Decision Assistant (R.D.A.) manages the critical workflow process of pay reviews through leading edge web-based technology eliminating the more typical spreadsheet or manual processes.
Starsoft Limited (www.starsoft.co.nz)
Starsoft’s EziDoesIT software is an add-in for Microsoft Outlook 2003 and 2007 which allows users to visually prioritise emails into tasks and then schedule these tasks automatically into the Outlook Calendar according to their priority. The team edition allows managers to maximise work resources for meeting project and task scheduling goals.
Telematics: Technology that shows you the way
Daestra NZ Ltd (www.daestra.com)
Daestra NZ provides advanced telematic B2B software solutions that will change the way business is done. Its flagship consumer product TracPlus™ showcases Daestra’s technology's ability to seamlessly integrate global tracking across land, sea and air markets in a single solution, regardless of what sensor technology is used.
International Telematics (www.itelematic.com)
International Telematics is a leader in the design and development of telematic hardware and software solutions. This includes GPS tracking, remote vehicle diagnostics (OBDII & CAN), temperature monitoring, managed telematic platforms, accident metrics and driver behaviour.
Imarda is a global company specialising in Telematics hardware products and software solutions for fleet management. Uniquely, Imarda provides complete Telematics solution from end-to-end ensuring the integration of technical compatibility between hardware and software is totally seamless.
Immigration and Employment Service: Living and Working in New Zealand
Hudson Recruitment and Immigration NZ (www.immigration.govt.nz, www.hudson.com)
Hudson, a market leader in IT recruitment, and the government authority Immigration New Zealand assist ICT professionals and people from different industries to start a career in New Zealand. Hudson and Immigration NZ are especially looking to recruit IT experts at CeBIT.
New Zealand’s IT industry pavilion at CeBIT
The pavilion situated in Hall 14 Stand G38 is part of an initiative run by New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE). NZTE supports New Zealand’s IT and telecommunications industry in Europe and aims to highlight the technology expertise within New Zealand. NZTE serves as a point of contact for international importers, agents, distributors, traders and investors with innovative companies from New Zealand. There are 39 NZTE branches, including offices in London, UK and Hamburg, Germany.
There is even a NZTE at CeBIT blog where you can get up-to-date information.
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