The clatter of a beloved carbon bike hitting the deck is enough to make many a cyclist squirm in discomfort. If you’re lucky, you see the fall happen in slow motion and are able to make that mad lunge forward to catch your prized possession before it crashes to the floor.
A Warkworth-based company owned by multi-billionaire IT mogul Larry Ellison and part-funded by Callaghan Innovation is at the centre of a bid to take the wind out of the sails of the next America’s Cup competition in Auckland . . . Read More . . .>
“As racing becomes more and more driven by technology innovation, the crew on the boat and the team back at the base rely on the immediate availability of real time data to get the best performance on the water,” says Grant Dalton, CEO of Emirates Team New Zealand.