The IoT Awards winners have been announced! Register to watch the IoT Awards presentation here.
Watch the awards presentation to learn about Australian use of Internet of Things (IoT) technology in pedestrian counting initiatives in Melbourne and Perth during the pandemic, a tracking system for aged care residents in NSW, the ACT and Queensland, data sharing between Victorian councils, a government mixed reality technology deployment and in other projects. The Awards include projects, polices, initiatives, people and products in 13 categories.
About the IoT Awards
The IoT Awards are 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.
Nominations for the 2020 IoT Awards have closed - see the list of finalists below.
The list provides a fascinating snapshot of how use of the Internet of Things (IoT) is advancing in Australia.
Finalists include data sharing initiatives by local governments, projects using IoT to monitor people movement during the COVID-19 pandemic, a Wi-Fi rollout encompassing hundreds of NSW Health sites, and an experimental university program designed with the aim of changing education in the field of cyber-physical systems.
They also includes the largest HoloLens 2 ‘mixed reality’ technology deployment in the Asia Pacific region, an IoT platform that underpins important CSIRO research initiatives and is now being released commercially, and a smart energy data sharing initiative.
We received well over 100 nominations from a diverse range of organisations, including CSIRO’s Data61, City of Melbourne, NSW Government, nbn, City of Perth, City of Hobart, Fleet Space, NNNCo, Yarra Valley Water and University of Technology Sydney.
Smart Cities: Sponsored by The Urban Institute
Food & Agribusiness: Sponsored by KPMG
Water: Sponsored by Bosch
Energy: Sponsored by IoT Skills Australia
Health: Sponsored by Optus
Social Good: Sponsored by Blue IoT
Manufacturing: Sponsored by Reekoh
Intelligent Data Infrastructure:
Product: Sponsored by Lenovo
Women in IoT: Sponsored by University of Wollongong