Case Study – Spot the Robot Dog Supporting the Christ Church Cathedral Reinstatement Project
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Case Study – Spot the Robot Dog Supporting the Christ Church Cathedral Reinstatement Project

In 2011, the city of Christchurch was hit with several high-magnitude earthquakes, tragically costing more than 180 lives and causing billions of dollars in damage to the city. One of the most severely damaged buildings in the earthquake, and one of those most noticeable as you walk through the downtown area, is Christ Church Cathedral….

Case Study – Ryman Healthcare’s Retirement Village Games
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Case Study – Ryman Healthcare’s Retirement Village Games

We’ve been utilising emerging technologies to produce some pretty unique solutions for years. But an age-defying Olympic competition across two countries is not something we expected to help out with. [email protected], as it has been dubbed, was Ryman Healthcare’s brilliant idea to increase engagement for thousands of their residents all across New Zealand and Australia. Using augmented reality…

Aware Group announces addition of Wellington-based team
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Aware Group announces addition of Wellington-based team

Due to exponential growth and demand, Aware Group is expanding our New Zealand operations with the addition of a dedicated Wellington office and local team.  We’ve been producing innovative AI and Cloud Data solutions for some of the world’s largest organisations for years, and with another office being added to our network, our ability to…

Aware Group Sponsor Hamilton City Sculpture

Aware Group Sponsor Hamilton City Sculpture

The sculpture tells the story of Matariki – the Pleiades star cluster – and the significance of the Waikato River. The work overlooks the Waikato River and stands 6.8-metres tall. The development of the interactive sculpture was led by Wintec tutor Joe Citizen. A soundtrack and interactive lighting responds to environmental, seasonal and lunar changes….

Great turnout at the Aware Group hosted #PowerBI training in Hamilton, NZ.
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Great turnout at the Aware Group hosted #PowerBI training in Hamilton, NZ.

It’s awesome to see plenty of locals interested in data! On the 5th April Aware Group hosted an Intro to #PowerBI training session which including running through Microsoft’s Dashboard in a day. We had members from the Waikato Regional Council, Hamilton City Council, TalkingTech as well as both Waikato Institute of Technology and University of…

Intro to Power BI – Workshop
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Intro to Power BI – Workshop

On the 5th of April, Aware Group will host it’s first dashboard in a day event targeted to provide a supported first experience of Power BI. Register for the event here https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/power-bi-1-day-workshop-introduction-to-power-bi-aware-group-tickets-44540736542 If you would like to know more about Power BI go check out our Power BI page.

Supporting Local Entrepreneurs at Innes48, Aware Group CEO Brandon Hutcheson

Supporting Local Entrepreneurs at Innes48, Aware Group CEO Brandon Hutcheson

Over the past weekend Aware Group CEO Brandon Hutcheson worked at the Innes48 as a mentor, supporting teams from all around New Zealand competing for a the title as well as substantial prize money. During the weekend Brandon noticed a few new trends: Over the weekend 5/16 of teams competing were looking at, considering or…

Aware Group takes home the “Just for fun” category of the Microsoft Data Insights Summit

Aware Group takes home the “Just for fun” category of the Microsoft Data Insights Summit

Congratulations to Kane O’Donnell! Kane trained a recurrent neural net on script data from television show “The Simpsons”, so that they could generate ‘new’ script lines for each character. See the embedded report below: This work led to winning the “Just for fun” category of the Microsoft Data Insights Summit. https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/congratulations-to-the-data-insights-summit-analytics-challenge-winners/ https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Data-Stories-Gallery/How-well-do-you-know-the-Simpsons/td-p/202467  

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