We love innovation so we're excited to have finalists in the 2016 national iAwards, Australia’s leading technology innovation awards.
We created a 'proof of concept' project in collaboration with Kingston City Council. ASPIRE was developed in response to manufacturing companies talking to their local councils about waste disposal costs, particularly those associated with increasing landfill levies. ASPIRE was a Merit recipient in the Business Services category of the Victorian iAwards.
We're leading the Global Initiative for Honey bee Health (GIHH), an international collaboration of researchers, beekeepers, farmers, industry and technology companies. The GIHH will advance our knowledge on bee health to identify management responses which support industry and government to secure the one third of our food supplies that rely on honeybee pollination. GIHH won this year's Public Sector and Government award, as well as the Tasmanian iAwards Big Data Innovation of the Year.
We collaborated with Alexandra Hospital to develop snoMAN, a tool that automatically maps terminology from the hospital’s electronic medical records to the Australian disease classification system. This will facilitate accurate funding data, while also allowing clinicians to reap the benefits of the more detailed terminology records. snoMAN, our clinical terminology mapping solution, won the Research and Development Project of the Year at the 2016 Queensland iAwards.