AIIA 30th iAwards announced


Thursday, 07 September, 2023

AIIA 30th iAwards announced

The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has announced the winners of the 2023 National iAwards.

“We are incredibly proud to celebrate the 30th annual National iAwards this year,” said AIIA CEO Simon Bush.

“We saw a tremendous number of entrants, with the most submitted in the last five years and of an incredibly high calibre. This has certainly put the judges through their paces.

“Our congratulations to the winners of this year’s National iAwards, who have showcased the innovative possibilities technology offers us all. All entrants deserve recognition for their hard work and brilliant ideas. We want to thank them for their continued commitment to furthering Australia’s capability in innovation technology,” Bush said.

The ceremony took place 31 August at SkyCity in Adelaide with Hon Blair Boyer, South Australian Minister for Education, Training and Skills, in attendance. Hon Ed Husic MP, Minister for Industry and Science, also delivered a speech.

The 2023 National iAwards winners by category are:

  • Government & Public Sector Solution of the Year, sponsored by the Digital Transformation Agency — Next Generation AI-powered Road Condition Monitoring Solution by Swinburne University
  • Student & Education Solution of the Year, sponsored by Australian Super — Project Echo by Deakin University
  • Start-Up of the Year, sponsored by CDC — Smart AIConnect AI Framework by SmartAIConnect
  • Business & Industry Solutions of the Year, sponsored by SRA Information Technology — Digital Pathology System by Sullivan and Nicolaides Pathology/UQ
  • Technology Platform Solution of the Year, sponsored by DataDriven — Joint Action Solutions by Etiscope
  • Sustainability & Environmental solution, sponsored by WAVIA — XIoT Health Tag for Livestock Health & Wellbeing by Xsights Digital Pty Ltd
  • Not-For-Profit/Community solution, sponsored by Accenture — Braintrack App by Dementia Australia
  • Diversity Award, sponsored by Dell Technologies — KJR
  • Chief Judge Innovation Award — Vantari VR Flight Simulator for Healthcare by Vantari VR
  • Inspiration Award, sponsored by the Department of Industry, Science and Resources — Live Streamed Incursions by Inform & Empower
     

Image credit: iStock.com/BlackJack3D

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