Seeing Machines releases Guardian Insights Report on fleet driver behaviour
Seeing Machines has published its first Guardian Insights Report, documenting the impact of driver behaviour in fleet vehicles.
Demand for advanced driver assistance tech grows - FMI
The market for ADAS calibration equipment is expected to reach $277.8 million by 2023, with sales forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 12.6%.
Peacock Bros helps Direct Freight improve its operations
Peacock Bros and Direct Freight have partnered to improve logistics operations and enhance connectivity with drivers in Australia.
Acusensus smart traffic technology being used on UK roads
Australian-developed smart traffic technology is being rolled out across the UK to catch dangerous drivers using their phones and not wearing seatbelts.
ANU and Seeing Machines to use AI to improve driver safety
The Australian National University and Seeing Machines have won a grant to develop AI systems monitor human behaviour while driving.
Game review: Grid Legends (PC)
Is Codemasters’ latest entry in its Grid road-racing series ready for another lap or is it time to pit in? We find out.
Game review: Gear.Club Unlimited 2
Gear.Club Unlimited 2, originally a Nintendo exclusive, has now been ported to PC, PlayStation, and Xbox. Here's our review.
NZTA launches VR experience for learner drivers
Free VR app lets young Kiwis practice driving in NZ streets, aiming to improve hazard perception.
Hatchd digitally fuels WA drivers with IoT based app
The interlinked ecosystem ensures gas delivery, driver and customer safety compliance, and office operations are always connected.
Brainwave! Brazilian man drives a Formula One car with his mind
Man drives Formula One racecar using only his mind in groundbreaking test by brainwear tech company Emotiv. #minddrivenracing.
360° cameras crucial for a bird's eye approach to trucking safety
New Zealand's trucking industry could soon be made a whole lot safer if more operators adopt 'bird's eye' cameras, eliminating blindspots.
Tesla's Model 3: The single biggest launch of any product ever
Tesla Model 3 receives 325k+ reservations worth $14bn in a week; biggest one-week launch ever, according to Tesla.
Akilla app to prevent drowsy driving in NZ
For the 2014 New Zealand Drowsy Driver Awareness Day a drowsy driving educational app, known as Akilla, is being released for free.
Navdy releases futuristic driving tool
Navdy unveils a revolutionary driving gadget, blending HUD technology with hands-free controls for safer, smarter journeys.
Driving change: AA's Doug Wilson.
AA's Doug Wilson, with 40 yrs in tech, advocates for IT's transformative power, outsourcing, and the significance of customer service.
Going off-road with Spintires...
Darren Price trades racetracks for the Russian wilderness in Spintires, where muddy adventures and tactical driving reign supreme.
Cellphone-toting teens in ConnectMe
Today’s generation of parents is the first to tackle the issue of cellphone-toting teens and the difficulties this brings such as text bullying and other inappropriate use.
Hands-free calling boom for telco
The Government’s ban on handheld mobile has proved to be a significant boom for Telecom, with sales of hands-free kits increasing by 200% since June this year.
Text to alert drivers to law change
Vodafone is sending a text to all its customers reminding them of the law change which bans drivers from making cellphone calls unless they have a hands-free kit.
Driven to distraction
Driving while holding your mobile is commonplace in New Zealand, but it may soon become illegal.