Ministry of Transport stories
The privacy and cybersecurity concerns of driving AVs in NZ
NZ scrutinizes driverless car risks: cybersecurity, privacy fears ahead as AV policy evolves.
Report: $1.5b/year potential in intelligent transport systems
Intelligent transport systems could bring $1.5 billion a year to the economy and a new group has been formed to help harness this value.
Artificial intelligence: What are the legal implications?
Chapman Tripp urges action on AI's legal impact, highlighting urgent need for regulation and adaptation within law.
Hundreds of driverless cars headed to Kiwi roads
Hundreds of driverless cars are set to be on New Zealand roads by the end of next year, according to NZTech CEO Graeme Muller.
MetService expects FY earnings to drop on delay in inking new MoT contract
Meteorological Service of New Zealand, the state-owned weather bureau, says annual earnings will be $2 million less than estimated because of delays f.
MOT signs with Revera
The Ministry of Transport has extended its ICT agreement with Revera, making it one of the company's top clients.