BigInsights Data & AI Innovation Awards announced


Wednesday, 03 October, 2018


BigInsights Data & AI Innovation Awards announced

The 2018 BigInsights Data & AI Innovation Awards have been presented by Innovation Minister Matt Kean.

These awards recognise teams and end users involved in groundbreaking work using data, AI and IoT to deliver business outcomes.

They were judged by a team of independent industry experts who conferred six awards that clearly demonstrated best practices in developing and deploying data and analytics or IoT techniques.

“While the ability to use data, IoT and AI has been talked about extensively for innovation, little has been discussed about benefits being realised by the early Australian pioneers in industry and start-ups. We acknowledge and congratulate these leaders in start-ups, government, research and enterprises who are using technology for data driven innovation,” said Atul Anjea, Partner and Awards Director at BigInsights.

Award results are as follows:

Best Industry Application of Data Analytics:

  • Winner: UTS & ANZ One Path — Making insurance easier for customers and ANZ-OnePath through AI data driven underwriting
  • Highly Commended: Data to Decisions CRC
  • Highly Commended: SportsBet
     

Best Industry Application of IoT:

  • Winner: Incitec Pivot — Digital Insights Platform improves operating efficiency of the manufacturing business, predict and prevent breakdowns
  • Highly Commended: National Narrowband Network Co
  • Highly Commended: KnowHowHere
     

Best Industry Application of AI:

  • Winner: UTS & ANZ One Path — Making insurance easier for customers and ANZ-OnePath through AI data driven underwriting
  • Highly Commended: NSW Data Analytic Centre (DAC)
     

Best Customer Insights:

  • Winner: Digivizer — Helps businesses get real-time insights across their digital media investments — owned, earned and paid social and search platforms
     

Best Government Service:

  • Winner: NSW Data Analytics Centre (DAC) — Developed an AI/ML based tool to give holistic view of total spend with government by category as first step to more efficient procurement
     

Best Start-Up:

  • Winner: Everywhere Venues — Helps organisations with underutilised venues and facilities to “share” them with the community
  • Highly Commended: GroupAd
     

BigInsights is the convener of these annual awards. It is now the third year that the awards have been held and supported by federal and NSW Innovation Ministers.

The awards are sponsored by Snowflake and supported by General Assembly, TiE, The Data Warehouse Institute (TDWI) and IoT Alliance Australia.

The full details of the BigInsights Data & AI Innovation Awards can be found at www.dataawards.org.

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