The Asia Pacific ICT Awards are being held in Sri Lanka in November.
The awards will be a great opportunity to showcase innovation from Australia and across the region.
Australia has 12 teams entered into 9 categories:
|Nomination Name||Nomination Company/ies||APICTA Category|
|Aquaria||CSIRO & Garvan Institute||Research and Development|
|Bin I.T!||Mosman High School, North Sydney Girls High School, Sydney Boys High School||School Project|
|Biologically Inspired Climbing Robot||UTS & Roads and Maritime Services NSW||Industry Application|
|COVIU – Digital Service Delivery Platform||Coviu Pty Limited & National ICT Australia||Government and Public Sector|
|edi||Tasmanian Department of Education||Government and Public Sector|
|Maestrano||Maestrano Pty Ltd||Application Tools and Platforms|
|Maestrano||Maestrano Pty Ltd||Start-Up|
|Okee in Medical Imaging||The Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne & Conduct||Health and Wellbeing|
|Robotic Hand Exoskeleton||Curtin University||Tertiary Student Project|
|Scancam Industries Pty Ltd||Scancam Industries Pty Ltd||Start-Up|
|Smog Game||Elwood College||School Project|
|WorldPhone||Norwood Systems Pty Ltd||Communications|
Australia will be competing against teams from Bangladesh, Brunei, China, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Macao, Malaysia, Myanmar, Pakistan, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Nepal.
It really is great to see Australian teams being given the opportunity to participate in international IT competitions like this and really showcase what we’re capable of as a country. Best of luck to all the teams representing Australia.