MAV Tech Awards finalists announced


Tuesday, 19 March, 2019


MAV Tech Awards finalists announced

The finalists for the Victorian categories of the 2019 MAV Technology Awards for Excellence have now been announced.

The winners will be announced on Tuesday 26 March at the MAV Technology Awards for Excellence Dinner at The Pier Geelong to celebrate innovation in local government.

Finalists for the 2019 awards are outlined below.

Customer Experience Achievement of the Year

  • City of Boroondara: Add Life to Your Years — health and well-being information for over 55s
  • City of Boroondara: Statutory Planning — Paperless Office
  • Glen Eira City Council: Footpath trading permits
  • City of Kingston: Let’s build a chatbot!
     

Collaboration or Partnership Achievement of the Year

  • City of Ballarat: Data Gold in Ballarat
  • Glen Eira City Council: Digitising High Priority Transactions
  • City of Greater Geelong: The Little L Project — Brought to Life by Virtual Reality and 3D printing
  • City of Melbourne: Could 311 work in Victoria? Proof of Concept of Graffiti Reporting Service between City of Melbourne and City of Whittlesea
  • City of Boroondara: Add Life to Your Years — health and well-being information for over 55s
     

Smart City Achievement of the Year

  • Southern Grampians Shire Council: connectGH — Connecting the Southern Grampians Shire
  • Wyndham City Council: Smart Parking using Computer Vision
  • City of Ballarat: Right to the night
  • City of Casey: Smart Devices for Landfill Management
     

Strategy and Planning Achievement of the Year

  • City of Melbourne: GovCore — a local government experiment by City of Melbourne and Code of Australia Fellowship
  • Northern Grampians Shire Council: LeaniNG Forward
  • City of Ballarat: Data Gold in Ballarat
  • Glen Eira City Council: Glen Eira Transforming Together — GETT
     

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