New community-minded social media platform AppZaloot set to revitalise local businesses in Australia
Unlike many common social media platforms that are designed to provide generalised information, AppZaloot predominantly focuses on the need for localised information surrounding the user. The platform has information on venues, places or events within a user-specified area on a map, which allows users to find photos, reviews, open times, costs, directions and more.
This new performance-based referral model is attractive because it gives commercial agencies the chance to avoid all upfront costs of lead generation. They are not paying for the advertisement itself.
Founded by Dr Benjamin Coorey, an Architect with a PhD in 3D generative building design, Archistar combines architectural design with artificial intelligence to inform decision-making. Used by Government, architects, planners, developers and agents, the software platform gives instant information on the highest and best use residential and commercial projects allowable on any development site in Australia based on local planning and zoning rules.
Porsche has launched a parking app that provides Australian owners with a contactless and convenient parking experience, directly from their vehicle. The Porsche Park app allows owners to open car park boom-gates and make payments via the in-car Porsche Communication Management (PCM) touchscreen, via Apple CarPlay.
The Jabra PanaCast range has been engineered to help businesses navigate the flexible hybrid way of working, combining immersive vision and video, world-leading audio technologies and cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence to completely reinvent meetings and collaboration.
Hyundai has worked with Snapchat to launch an augmented reality (AR) Lens that will allow Snapchatters to explore the Hyundai Kona in the comfort of their own homes. As Snapchat is designed for self-expression and discovery, the platform perfectly aligns to Kona as the fun, small SUV.
A network which promises additional revenue opportunities and increased efficiency to enterprises across the globe, 5G will unlock optimised operations and new opportunities for enterprises across many industries. However, with so much hyped promise, there’s understandably a bit of speculation. A key to unlocking 5G enterprise success? Edge computing.
Vonto analyses data from the platforms to translate any trends, anomalies and indicators into a simple dashboard, supported with 10 personalized insights that enable business owners to make quick and informed decisions.
The Australian National University (ANU) study, Space-based technologies, opportunities for the rural sector, found that improvements to geo-location alone could benefit agriculture by $2.2 billion over a 30-year period, and satellite connectivity can add $15.6 billion to gross value of production across agriculture, fisheries and forestry industries each year.
Engage follows business content like documents and presentations beyond the desktop, supporting the next phase of the business content life cycle to help enterprises improve content performance. An integral part of Templafy’s content enablement solutions, Engage supports sharing, collaboration and tracking for business content.