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Calibre challenges gender inequality by promoting diversity and inclusion

International Women’s Day (IWD) has been recognised since 1911 and honours the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, in New Zealand and all over the world. This year’s campaign theme for International Women’s Day is ‘Choose to Challenge’. Calibre has stepped up to become a leader in promoting diversity and inclusion in its workforce, and in this article, we talk to some of the company’s people who are making a difference by bridging the gap in gender inequality.

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Thriving as a graduate during a pandemic

Evelyn Baxter started as a graduate with Calibre just two short months before the COVID-19 pandemic hit. She shares some of her personal experiences from this challenging time and offers tips to help you thrive as a graduate engineer during a pandemic.

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The Challenges of remote software deployment within an operational context.

Earlier this month, Calibre's David Dixon (Senior Engineer Systems) and Matt Smith (Systems Architect - Rail Systems) spoke at the Rail Industry Safety and Standards Board (Australia) RISSB webinar. The topic titled 'The Challenges of remote software deployment within an operational context', with specific reference to remote software deployment in rail. David & Matt provided a perspective into some of the key issues and considerations required to enable a successful deployment of software in harsh and remote locations. The presentation examined the following focal points: Needs: What are the driving need for remote software deployment in rail? Goals: How does remote software deployment help rail operations? Factors: What are some key considerations when looking at remote software deployment? If you didn't catch the webinar, you can watch the full presentation here: https://lnkd.in/enW5jmW

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Sustainable, healthy and safe design - building the future with wood

It is well documented that here in Aotearoa we are facing a housing crisis and the New Zealand government is looking to developers and those who work in the built environment to provide affordable answers. This has led to an increase in urban density in our main cities, with a focus on building good quality, well designed apartment blocks; something that traditionally has not been prevalent across NZ.

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