Eleven of our WA INCITE Awards winners and merits competed with their other States and Territories colleagues to get to the next stage – the global stage with APICTA Awards.
Here are our 11 iAwards finalists:
- Avicena Systems
- Rio Tinto’s AutoHaul Driverless Train
- Barminco and Curtin University (Alexander von Perger)
- North Metropolitan TAFE
- What the Doctor Said
- Lyfe Languages
- Missions Connect (Curtin University)
- East Metropolitan Health Services
- Edith Cowan University (Aiden Sehovic and Sanjay Sharma)
We’re excited to see THREE of our WA Tech Innovators taking the overall win for the categories of:
- Chief Judge Award: What The Doctor Said
- Startup of the Year: Avicena
- Government and Public Sector Solution: SpacetoCo
What an awesome win from WA, with our tech innovators winning three out of a total of 9 iAwards!
Our WA Tech Innovators continued their winning streaks with Merits in the following categories:
- Business and Industry Solutions: Avicena and Rio Tinto
- Not for Profit and Community Solutions of the Year: What the Doctor Said and Missions Connect
- Technology Solutions Platform of the Year: Avicena
Off to the global stage
Congratulations to all of our WA finalists, winners and merits.
Our winners and merits will now head to the international APICTA Awards – the Asia Pacific ICT Alliance Award. Stay tuned for more information on this.
Congratulate all of the winners
Congratulations to all 2021 iAwards finalists across the nation. As Chief Judge Rex Collins mentioned again and again “Innovation is truly alive in Australia,” we think it sure does live here in WA!
Check out all of the winners: https://aiia.com.au/iaward/2021-national-winners-and-merit-recipients/