Entries are open for the 2020 IoT Awards – the official awards program of IoT Alliance Australia (IoTAA), the peak Australian IoT industry body, and IoT Hub.

The awards recognise that real-time data is increasingly important to Australian industry, government and citizens. It’s assisting our response to crises and enabling industry to compete internationally.

The 2020 IoT Awards aim to shine a spotlight on Australian IoT achievements with such scope.

Eligible entrants include everything from IoT projects, networks and data platforms to the people, policies and initiatives that enable and accelerate IoT.

Winners will be announced at a gala awards dinner at KPMG’s offices in Barangaroo in Sydney on Thursday October 29, 2020.

Why enter?

  • Become an alumni of Australia's premier IoT Awards program
  • If your entry is a finalist, it will be covered by IoT Hub, which is read by thousands of subscribers
  • Receive recognition in front of your industry peers at the gala awards dinner in Sydney
  • All winners and finalists will receive a brand pack containing the awards logo to use on their social profile, email signature etc.

Nominations are accepted in the following categories:

  1. Smart Cities Award - sponsored by The Urban Institute
  2. Food & Agribusiness Award sponsored by KPMG
  3. Water Award - sponsored by Bosch
  4. Energy Award - sponsored by IoT Skills Australia 
  5. Transport Award  
  6. Manufacturing Award - sponsored by Reekoh
  7. Health Award - sponsored by Optus
  8. Social Good Award - sponsored by Blue IoT
  9. Intelligent Data Infrastructure Award  
  10. Product Award - sponsored by Lenovo
  11. Women in IoT Award - sponsored by University of Wollongong
  12. IoT Champion Award

One of the winners of the categories above will be selected as the winner of an additional award, the Transformation Award - sponsored by IoTAA & IoT Hub

The awards will be judged by a select, independent panel, including members of the IoT Hub editorial team and IoTAA. 

The deadline for nominations has been extended to September 1.

For more information about each category and criteria, download this Word document. Use it for reference only and do not send it to us. To enter the IoT Awards you must fill in an online entry form, which you can do by clicking the Enter Now button below.

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13th July - Nominations open

31st August - Nominations close

21st September - Finalists announced

29th October - Winners announced at gala ceremony in Sydney