The awards feature fascinating Internet of Things (IoT) projects, platforms and people in 14 categories.
They include work to manufacture connected COVID antigen testing systems, improve the safety of paramedics and patients, unlock household use of solar energy, improve IoT security and interoperability, and fund smart city insights about metropolitan and regional areas.
The awards also feature Federal Minister for the Digital Economy Jane Hume and IoT Awards judges from across Australian industry.
The presentation features finalists and winners in these categories:
- Smart Cities Award
- Food & Agribusiness Award
- Water Award
- Energy Award
- Transport Services Award
- Manufacturing Award
- Infrastructure & Construction Award
- Health Award
- Interoperability by Design Award
- Secure IoT Award
- Smart Data Use Award
- Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in Action Award
- IoT Champion Award
- Standout Research Award
Congratulations to the finalists and winners. And thank you to all entrants for giving us the opportunity to learn more about your achievements.
We also thank the 29 awards judges who graciously donated their time and expertise to select the finalists and winners.
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