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Canberra’s iAwards winners

By johnboy - 6 July 2011 0

Chris Bourke has congratulated the Canberra winners of the 2011 Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) iAwards for excellence in information communications technology.

And those winners are:

e-Government

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Cordelta and Cogent – MyHospitals.gov.au

Research and Development

Merit Award: Alacrity Technologies – Closed Loop Environment for Wireless

Over the past 10 years Alacrity has researched, developed and enhanced its flagship product the ” Closed-Loop Environment for Wireless” (CLEW®) technology which focuses on providing automated communications (messaging) between organisations and their clients for time critical information. Importantly this is not an SMS solution.

Winner: CSIRO ICT Centre – Phenonet

Phenonet is helping secure global food supplies by rapidly pinpointing the best crops for a specific plot of land, across Australia, or anywhere in the world. This novel infrastructure reduces the cycle of obtaining experimental results from months to seconds. It allows instantaneous drill down of experiment results. These advances will greatly improve agricultural production and food quality in Australia and Internationally.

Start up

CloudCentral – CloudCentral

CloudCentral is an innovative company operating in the emerging cloud computing market known as infrastructure as a Service (laaS). Within our first year of commercial operations, CloudCentral has acquired over 450 customer accounts and is uniquely positioned as an independent alternative to larger, traditional computing players.

Sustainability and Green IT

CSIRO ICT Centre for Phenonet

Phenonet is helping secure global food supplies by rapidly pinpointing the best crops for a specific plot of land, across Australia, or anywhere in the world. This novel infrastructure reduces the cycle of obtaining experimental results from months to seconds. It allows instantaneous drill down of experiment results. These advances will greatly improve agricultural production and food quality in Australia and Internationally.

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