[Update: The winners of the 2021 IoT Awards have been announced. Watch the awards presentation here.]
The 2021 IoT Awards winners will be announced online at 1pm AEDT on November 9, shining a light on use of the Internet of Things (IoT) to benefit Australian industry, government and communities.
The awards presentation will highlight IoT projects in Australia’s health, energy, water, infrastructure and construction, manufacturing, food and agribusiness, government and transport services sectors.
These projects include the manufacture of connected COVID antigen testing systems, work to improve the safety of paramedics and patients, efforts to unlock more household use of solar energy, and funding for technology to generate insights about metropolitan and regional areas.
This year’s entrants have also worked to improve IoT security, overcome IoT interoperability challenges, and advance digital twin technology.
The IoT Awards are the awards program of IoT Alliance Australia (IoTAA), the nation's peak industry body for IoT. The organisation's CEO, Frank Zeichner, said “I’m delighted our 2021 IoT Awards show increasing diversity and maturity in projects and participants."
The awards presentation will feature comments by Federal Minister for the Digital Economy Jane Hume. The federal government announced its $1.2 billion Digital Economy Strategy in May.
The presentation will also include comments about the finalists and winning entries by some of this year’s IoT Awards judges. A total of 29 judges from across Australian industry assessed this year’s awards submissions.
Watch the presentation on the IoT Awards web site from 1pm AEDT on November 9, 2021. [Update: this sentence has been updated to reflect the 1pm start time]. The presentation will also available to replay on demand.
Find out which nominees are finalists by visiting the IoT Awards web site in the week of October 25.
The 2021 IoT Awards are sponsored by Bosch, IoT Skills Australia, KPMG, Reekoh, Suez, Taoglas and The Urban Institute.
The IoTAA is Australia’s peak industry body and catalyser of the IoT transformation. Active membership is a great way to increase your knowledge, demonstrate your skills, raise your profile and drive your career. It’s also a way to be part of advocacy initiatives that affect you, your organisation and the IoT industry. To join IoTAA and get involved go to www.iot.org.au, click the Join button and follow the prompts.