Fleet management market set to double

At the beginning of the decade the global fleet management market was valued at US$19.4 billion and is forecast to more than double to...

Sponsored Article by Before You Dig Australia: Digging on a job site? Here’s how...

Any excavation, big or small, can damage underground infrastructure. This can lead to service interruptions, project delays, costly repairs, and in the worst-case scenario,...

Three Waters set to be scrapped for NZ, but what is next?

Water policy in New Zealand is in limbo after the October election, with the incoming National led Government vowing to repeal the Three Waters...

New Zealand’s water challenges

The recent experience with Cyclone Gabrielle, which brought record levels of rain to the North Island and tragically killed 11 people while displacing 100,000...

Uniform spatial datasets are key to smart urban planning

Planners developing spatial data platforms to advance its role in integrated urban planning.

Siemens wins integration contract for Sydney Metro

German company Siemens Mobility has been awarded a $1.4 billion contract as the system integration partner for the Sydney Metro-Western Sydney Airport rail project. The...

Reading the warning signs in fleet management

Reading the warning signs and knowing when it’s time to take decisive action is crucial to ensure longevity and overall fleet health, says IPWEA

Fast-track rail procurement to aid jobs growth in hard-hit regions

Earlier, faster Inland Rail procurement approach a boon for regional jobs and Indigenous communities

How to better sort and reuse post-disaster waste

Around the world, natural disasters in the form of bushfires, earthquakes, storms, floods, cyclones and hurricanes cause billions of dollars of damage each year....

China moves to improve biodiversity in its protected areas

The measures China is taking to help protect biodiversity in protected areas.

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