The rate of technological change has never been faster than it is right now. Digital technologies are profoundly transforming the way we live, learn and work.
Leading research estimates that by 2030 workers will spend 55 percent more time using technological skills than they did in 2016. These technological competencies range from basic digital skills to more advanced and specialised abilities.
Through RangiX, students will develop technological knowledge and skills around:
- Artificial Intelligence
- Wearable technology
- The Internet of Things
- Physical computing
- Robotics and automation
- Game design and development
- Mobile and web development
- Immersive Extended Reality (XR) – Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR)
- Drones and Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS)
- 2D and 3D design and fabrication
- Cryptography and cybersecurity
- Big data and data science
- Blockchain, Web3, metaverse and NFTs
RangiX in Action
Students partnered with national company Deloitte to create a social media lenses which use Augmented Reality (AR) to teach users about Matariki.
TechWeek NZ was a great opportunity to expose students to just some of the limitless possibilities of tech and provide fun and accessible ways to learn these new skills and ways of thinking.