Innovation Award

Briometrix wins Best Start Up 

Federal Assistant Minister for Industry, Innovation & Science, Hon Craig Laundy, MP, and NSW Minister for Innovation & Better Regulation, Hon Victor Dominello presented the award to Natalie Verdon, in front of over 150 industry professionals at the University of Sydney. 

Federal Assistant Minister for Industry, Innovation & Science, Hon Craig Laundy, MP, and NSW Minister for Innovation & Better Regulation, Hon Victor Dominello presented the award to Natalie Verdon, in front of over 150 industry professionals at the University of Sydney. 

Sydney Sports Incubator hatches a Winner at Data Innovation Awards
Briometrix, an innovative company housed in the Sydney Sports Incubator, was awarded the Best Start Up at this year’s BigInsights Data Innovation Awards.  The awards recognise excellence and innovation in the use of data to solve problems.  The company has developed mobile health and fitness technology for wheelchair users that collects and analyses data about the wheelchair, the location, the roadways, and the wheelchair pilot.

About the Awards
The Awards were instituted to recognize teams delivering business outcomes using Data Analytics techniques and technologies. Awards attracted interests from over 35 organisations, in the five categories. They were judged by a team of independent industry experts. This year’s BigInsights Data Innovation Awards were sponsored by University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and Hitachi Consulting and supported by Australian Consensus Technology Association (ACTA), TiE, and The Data Warehouse Institute (TDWI), and QESP Inc.

 

Natalie Verdon