Conditions for Innovation

A disaster has destroyed the box so you have to think outside it. There is a unique chemistry of circumstance that supports new thinking and ways of doing things. Embrace it. Here is what we have to share.

A wealth of data

The Canterbury Geotechnical Database is an online database developed for th...

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An Innovative Alliance

A project of the size and scope of the Christchurch rebuild needs solid sys...

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Christchurch Innovations: Justice Services Recovery

When the Ministry of Justice lost access to its properties in the Canterbur...

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Christchurch Innovations: Shared Care Record View

Disruption to health services by the Canterbury earthquakes accelerated the...

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Creating technologies

This case study details how CERA used innovative IT tools and systems to en...

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Forward Works Viewer Brochure

The Forward Works Viewer gives recovery agencies and public and private se...

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The CERA spatial data infrastructure: A model for government ICT delivery

After the Canterbury earthquakes, a collaborative group of local and natio...

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The Canterbury Geotechnical Database: An authoritative source of geotechnical data

This case study provides an overview of the establishment and successes of...

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The Forward Works Viewer

The Forward Works Viewer gives recovery agencies and public and private sec...

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The power of shared data

The Canterbury Geotechnical Database harnesses the power of sharing geotech...

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A wealth of data

The Canterbury Geotechnical Database is an online database developed for the rebuild of Christchurch after the 2010-2011 Canterbury Earthquake Sequence. It was designed as a searchable repository for...

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An Innovative Alliance

A project of the size and scope of the Christchurch rebuild needs solid systems backing up the work on the ground. SCIRT’s innovative business processes, built from scratch by a team under intense p...

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Christchurch Innovations: Justice Services Recovery

When the Ministry of Justice lost access to its properties in the Canterbury earthquakes it quickly re-established court services in Christchurch with a “do whatever it takes” attitude and an inno...

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Christchurch Innovations: Shared Care Record View

Disruption to health services by the Canterbury earthquakes accelerated the introduction of a secure, online patient record system, which enables patient information to be shared between health profes...

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Creating technologies

This case study details how CERA used innovative IT tools and systems to enhance communications and information management in the recovery.

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Forward Works Viewer Brochure

The Forward Works Viewer gives recovery agencies and public and private sector users a shared online view of horizontal infrastructure repair and built environment construction plans and activities,...

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The CERA spatial data infrastructure: A model for government ICT delivery

After the Canterbury earthquakes, a collaborative group of local and national organisations from the public and private sectors in New Zealand created a spatial data infrastructure to allow effecti...

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The Canterbury Geotechnical Database: An authoritative source of geotechnical data

This case study provides an overview of the establishment and successes of the Canterbury Geotechnical Database (CGD). The CGD was an authoritative data warehouse set up to create a single source of g...

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The Forward Works Viewer

The Forward Works Viewer gives recovery agencies and public and private sector users a shared online view of horizontal infrastructure repair and built environment construction plans and activities, h...

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The power of shared data

The Canterbury Geotechnical Database harnesses the power of sharing geotechnical information between the public and private sectors to aid the recovery by significantly improving the understanding of...

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