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Asia Pacific ICT Awards (APICTA) - November 2014 - Australia's best result!

A delegation of Winners from the National iAwards 2014 travelled to Jakarta in November to compete with other Asia-Pacific Countries at APICTA 2014. Australia  also provided 5 judges for the competition. Follow us on Twitter at @AIIA_ICT #OZatAPICTA

Australia had three winners and three merits - an outstanding result from 12 entries!

APICTA 2014 Australian winners

Some of out winners at APICTA (l to r): David Anstee (Greensync), Brynlea Gibson (ICTinME), Norman Wang
(Opaque Multimedia), Dr Tanya Petrovich (Alzheimers Australia), A/Commissioner Paul Stewart (QLiTE)

Our winning entries:

WINNER: e-Learning - The Virtual Dementia Experience - Alzheimer's Australia Victoria and Opaque Multimedia (VIC) https://fightdementia.org.au/

This multi-sensory stimulation uses sound, light and serious games technology to help carers understand what dementia suffers might be experiencing.

WINNER: Communications - SOPRANO GAMMA - Soprano Design (NSW) http://www.sopranodesign.com/

This disruptive mobile messaging system provides an MS-like alert while lowering the cost through IP-based messaging, with advanced admin, encryption, multimedia, APIs and auditability

WINNER: Sustainability - REView, Stuart Speidel (WA) http://therevproject.com/trials/review.php

REView is a secure web based information collection and display portal for electric vehicle users, charging station users and charging station owners.

MERIT: Government - QPS Lite information Technology Exchange - QLiTE, Queensland Police Service (QLD)

Developed in  partnership with SMS Management & Technology, QLite provides Queensland Police officers with the ability to perform on-demand intelligence searches and capture in-field information using mobile devices.

MERIT: Start-Up - Peak Response - Greensync Holdings (VIC) http://www.greensync.com.au/

This holistic solution detects, forecasts and controls multiple electricity peaks across the grid, monitors grid usage, facilitates automatic load shedding and provides realtime information for consumers.

MERIT: School Project - ICTinME, Brynlea Gibson - St Aidan's Anglican Girls' School (QLD) http://www.ictinme.com/

Multimodal ICT based project combining Physical Computing, Human Interface and Hardware Design and Construction and Game and Software Development in a context of sharing and self-regulated learning.

Thanks also to our other nominees:

And a special thanks to Paul Ostergaard of Norwood Systems, who presented on behalf of Landgate, in addition to his own presentation.

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iAwards Winners 2014 in the News...

 

GreenSync takes on giants to save on energy costs - 10 September 2014

 

Cystic fibrosis app takes out top prize at 2014 iAwards - 2 September 2014

  Canberra video game developer wins national award - 2 September 2014
 
  Norwood Systems Scoops National iAward for CORONA - 2 September 2014
 
  Congratulations to Fi Slaven, William Buck Victoria – 2014 National iAwards ICT Woman of the Year! - 2 September 2014
  Kinetic IT and Education Department team-up earns award - 2 September 2014
 
 

Young entrepreneur wins technology's iAward for helping kids with cystic fibrosis - 1 September

 

Richard Constantine nabs CIO of the year award - 1 September

 

Australia's best ICT innovators celebrated at iAwards - 29 August

 

About the iAwards

iAwards has become the premier technology awards platform in Australia delivering the most comprehensive awards program which recognises the achievements and innovation made in ICT across all facets of the economy.

The iAwards honours companies at the cutting edge of technology innovation as well as leading professionals across the ICT industry. Most importantly, the iAwards recognises the achievements of home-grown Australian innovators.

The key goal of the iAwards is to discover, recognise and reward the ICT innovations that have the potential to, or are already having a positive impact on the community – at home, in the office and on a global scale.  The iAwards also recognises the achievements made and value added by ICT professionals, CIOs and innovators.

The iAwards are judged by the industry, for industry and provide achievements with public recognition that extends across the ICT sector to government, community and beyond. They are strongly focused on promoting essential relationships between the ICT industry and vertical business sectors in every field to promote the value of our industry where it counts most.

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Key Dates


12 January 2015

Nominations Open

28 March 2015

Nominations Close

June 2015

State iAwards Events

26-27 August 2015

National Juding
Gala Dinner