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Adventure tourism software developer Wherewolf is offering its digital waiver service free to operators.
Queenstown-based tourism technology companies including Loaded, Guest HQ, Wherewolf, First Table and Safer Lines have adapted to solve new challenges faced by the industry in a Covid-19 environment.
Callaghan Innovation and NZ’s wider startup community has put the call out for individuals keen to generate innovative ideas to support businesses – including tourism and hospitality – and communities in post Covid-19 New Zealand.
Thanks to a capital raising in October 2019 the company’s cash balance is $42m, says the travel management software company.
Auckland Zoo has tested a new series of live streams that will connect lockdown New Zealand with the attraction.
After a two-year hiatus, NASA is to return to Wanaka Airport in mid-April to launch its super pressure balloon.
YHA New Zealand has chosen the TravelDesk booking platform to streamline travel sales.
Cloud-based hospitality technology solution provider, STAAH, has struck a partnership with accommodation software provider, ResBook.
Wellington Airport can now access real-time data about runway conditions after installing sensors to monitor runway surface conditions.
Maverick Digital, Wherewolf, Bookme and First Table have made the Deloitte 2019 Asia Pacific Technology Fast 500.
WellingtonNZ has launched a new website driven by visual and story-telling content that suggests further relevant content as visitors navigate the site.
Wellington Airport and Vodafone have partnered to allow travellers a chance to try 5G for free.
A new app, AI solar-powered cameras, and a new zoning pilot will all be implemented this summer to help manage freedom camping.
Wayfare CEO Richard Lauder and GO Rentals are among the investors in the driver guide platform, now valued at $3m.
Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development has launched a destination guide on Chinese social platform WeChat.
Tourism Central Otago has partnered with Google New Zealand to capture 360-degree imagery of local Central Otago experiences.
Crowne Plaza Auckland has introduced a paperless check-in and check-out system as a sustainable movement to reduce the hotel’s footprint.
Tourism Sustainability Commitment signatory, Breadcrumbs, has launched a new initiative aimed at helping grassroots tree planting efforts as well as giving visitors a chance to give back.
A new partnership between Australian carbon offset specialist, TEM, and tourism consultancy Tomahawk opens the door for New Zealand tourism operators “to tackle climate change with every booking”, according to the duo.
One year after launch, thl’s global digital RV platform, TH2, has a new CEO.
Wellington says it is the first city in the world to “gamify” itself with the launch of its WellTown VR experience.
Tourism industry talent keen to tackle the systemic problems handicapping the sector can now apply to take part in the Lightning Lab Tourism business accelerator.
A new virtual reality product that “is set to change the way tourists experience New Zealand” will hit the market next week.
A new platform designed to help fill the tourism sector’s skills and talent shortage is being prepared for launch.
The partnership aims to bring the self-piloted electric air taxi Cora to market.
Real Journeys chief executive, Richard Lauder, is looking to position the privately-owned tourism company at the forefront of low-emission tourism as a founding member of the New Zealand Hydrogen Association.
The tourism industry has been urged to continually adapt to change in the face of technologically advances that are likely to have an enormous impact on their business.
The simulators are designed to help visiting drivers adapt to the country’s roads.
Air New Zealand is to partner with Silicon Valley’s JetBlue Technology Ventures to support innovation in the the travel industry.
As New Zealand’s largest tourism industry conference takes place in Dunedin this week, new analysis by business software provider MYOB points to the increasing importance of technology for the country’s largest foreign exchange earner.
A self-piloted electric air taxi is being tested in Christchurch and hopes to be the first viable craft of its kind in commercial operation.