Late 2016, Big Insights Data Innovation Awards were presented at the University of Sydney by federal Assistant Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science Craig Laundy and the NSW Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation, Victor Dominello.
The awards were the brainchild of Raj Dalal, founder of Big Data analytics research and advisory firm Big Insights. They were managed by Julian Day’s Consensus, which has developed and managed a range of technology awards since 1999.
Six prizes were awarded in five categories. Mr Dalal said: “While the ability to use data, IoT and machine AI has been talked about extensively, little has been discussed about benefits being realised by the early pioneers in industry and startups. In the ‘big’ world of data, it is imperative to support a vibrant and exciting industry, hence our decision to institute these awards.”
Briometrix was beaming to be awarded winner – Best Start-Up