The 2020 IoT Awards winners have been announced in an online event which will be of interest to Australian industry and government.
The IoT Awards presentation provides a fascinating snapshot of Internet of Things (IoT) technology development and use in Australia.
It shows how the IoT Awards finalists are using IoT technology in tracking systems for aged care residents in NSW, the ACT and Queensland, pedestrian counting initiatives in Melbourne and Perth during the pandemic, to enable data sharing between Victorian councils, and in a government 'mixed reality' technology deployment, in addition to many other projects.
The finalists and winners include projects, polices, initiatives, people and products in these categories:
- Smart Cities
- Food & Agribusiness
- Social Good
- Intelligent Data Infrastructure
- Women in IoT
- IoT Champion
Some finalists stood out for local development of solutions built for Australian conditions to solve real business and societal challenges. Efforts by some finalists to work with multiple partners on this was notable.
Thank you to all entrants in the 2020 IoT Awards. And a big congratulations to the finalists and winners.
We also thank the sponsors that have made these awards possible. They are Blue IoT, Bosch, IoT Alliance Australia, IoT Skills Australia, KPMG, Lenovo, Optus, Reekoh, SMART Infrastructure Facility, University of Wollongong and [ui!] - the urban institute.