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We are here to revolutionise the way technology impacts daily human life. We are focused on making innovative products that push the limits of what people think is possible. We believe in powerful complexity under the hood and beautiful simplicity on the dashboard. Power should be safely in the
With decades of experience in metal fabrication, we have a thorough understanding of how metal works. We’re Telarc accredited and our highly qualified team aren’t just machine operators; they know how to work metal. As a 100% New Zealand owned and operated company, we’re proud to sponsor local
consistently delivers exciting engineering solutions. Solutions that are smart, cost effective and perform well are the essence of the Shamrock way. Providing an exceptional service - everytime. Technology businesses across the Medical, Electronics, Energy, Measurement, Printing, Moulding and Hi
Zenith Tecnica is a contract manufacturer that specialises in titanium 3D printing. Our 3D printed components are proven and our processes are strictly quality controlled with accreditation's such as AS9100D. Capabilities: Titanium Additive Manufacturing Turnkey Manufacturing and Finishing Design
Sister company to Orbital Astroanautics U.K. OrbAstro (Orbital Astronautics Ltd) is a space technology company focused on compressing the upfront cost and lead-time to get from business idea to revenue generation, for companies utilising satellites. We do this by providing compelling satellites and
Fi Innovations is a New Zealand leader in 3D plastic printing and resin-based processes, including fibreglass, composites, floor coatings, and flexible urethane manufacturing.
ROCKET LAB IS REDEFINING HOW WE ACCESS SPACEIntroducing Electron, Rocket Lab's latest launch vehicle - delivering small satellites to low Earth orbit at an unprecedented frequency.
Geotechnical. Contour Engineering conducts subsurface geotechnical investigations, site characterization, and geotechnical foundation design recommendations for both public and private clients. Soil testing is performed in-house at our AASHTO certified geotechnical soils testing laboratory.
Providing Electrical, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering consulting services to customers primarily in the new-space sector. This work involves the design and testing of a range of electrical and motion control systems for both in space and ground based applications.
Hudson Gavin Martin is New Zealand's leading boutique law firm with expertise in technology, media and intellectual property. Hudson Gavin Martin is ranked Tier 1 in Legal 500 for technology, media and telecommunications.
Govett Quilliam is one of Taranaki’s most trusted law firms. Our team have experience in tackling every legal issue and, because we offer a full range of legal services, our ability to collaborate and cover all your needs is second to none.
With expertise in a wide variety of legal matters, Parry Field has developed a reputation for providing high quality legal advice and services in a timely fashion.The firm is a member of the Southern Cross Legal Alliance and NZ Law.
Lincoln Agritech is a multidisciplinary R&D company owned by Lincoln University. We deliver leading-edge science and engineering knowledge and technologies into environmental, primary, processing and new materials applications.
The Geospatial Research Institute Toi Hangarau provides a unique opportunity for all branches of the geospatial community to communicate and collaborate on new ideas and directions in this exciting industry. This institute aims to bring together Iwi, business, government and researchers to better
The UC Rocketry Project is a research group run in conjunction with the University of Canterbury Electrical and Computer Engineering Department and supported by Rocket Lab Ltd, designing new rocket guidance and control algorithms. UC Rocketry has developed into an advanced aerospace engineering
Researchers at Robinson Research Institute along with partners from the University of Auckland and University of Canterbury are currently working to develop new electric propulsion thrusters for small satellites. Unlike current chemical propulsion systems which burn fuel to accelerate, electric