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Meet our 2021 Peter Fillery Undergraduate Student Project Finalists

Our students – the next generation of digital innovators – are developing some world-first technology and research that is or will make a positive difference in the way we live and do business!

This is most evident from the six 30th INCITE Awards finalists who have made it to the Stage 2 Judging phase.

“From cyber security applications to increasing access to health services for all members of our community and advancing environmental management techniques, WA’s young innovators are really finding sustainable solutions to modern challenges,” commented Chief Judge, Celia Jordaan.

Let’s meet our 2021 INCITE Awards Finalists for the category of Peter Fillery Undergraduate Tertiary Student Project of the Year!

Peter Fillery Undergraduate Student Project of the Year Finalists

  • Curtin University and Barminco – for their Re-entry Sentry, an innovative safety initiative that improves redundancy and operational decision making capabilities for underground post blast re-entry applications. 
  • Curtin University –  for Aeroplan, a solution that helps to automate and optimise flight scheduling for companies with FIFO-based workforces.
  • Curtin Hive – for Old Perth VR  project taking historical 2D images of Old Perth landmark buildings and converts them into a Virtual Reality experience. The user has the sensation of walking down the streets of old Perth 70 years ago and is able to admire the beautiful buildings that once existed.
  • Curtin University – for MiRo, a fully programmable autonomous social robot, has been designed and developed to help with caring for aged care patients. 
  • North Metro TAFE – for The Underground Mining VR Induction App, a virtual reality  induction training application giving new miners the experience of an underground mine site without the associated dangers.
  • Edith Cowan University – for Labrador Speech Application. Children on the Autism spectrum (ASD) often display profound difficulty in speaking. This application allows a mobile device to become a communication bridge between child and parent.