I congratulate all Tasmanian organisations recognised at the 2016 iAwards. Hosted by the peak industry body TasICT, the awards recognise the best in the state in innovation and technology.

The iAwards goal is to provide external stakeholders from business, industry and government with a clear view of the people leading ICT in Australia and the quality of innovation being produced.

Over the past 20 years, iAwards has become the premier technology awards platform in Australia delivering the most comprehensive awards program, recognising the achievements and innovation made in ICT.

All the Tasmanian award winners will compete at the National iAwards to be held across three days of events and judging in Melbourne from August 30 to September 1.

The winners include:

Start-up of the year: Biteable

Winner of R&D Project of the Year / Best Industrial &Primary Industries / Infrastructure & Platforms Innovation of the Year /

President’s Award for Overall Excellence: Ionata Digital

Best Undergraduate Tertiary Students Project: James Burleigh and Harrison McGuiness for Our Working With Rope Project

Public Sector and Government Merit Award: Sense-T

Big Data Innovation of the Year/Public Sector and Government Winner: CSIRO

Community Services iAward: Sense T

Export of the Year: ISW

Mobility Innovation of the Year: SecretLab

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