Technological excellence recognised at MAV Awards


Friday, 23 March, 2018

Technological excellence recognised at MAV Awards

The International MAV Technology Conference and Awards for Technology Excellence have now concluded in Geelong.

Keynote speakers and futurists Thomas Frey, Larry Irving and Gus Balbontin shared their thoughts about the prospects and challenges presented by digitisation for the sector and the ways that councils can benefit from these untapped opportunities.

Meanwhile, there was great participation and representation at the event across diverse industries and cultures.

The MAV Awards for Technology Excellence recognise technological innovation and best practice for service delivery in local government.

Categories and winners include:

Smart City Achievement of the Year
Winner: Southern Grampians Shire Council for “Greater Hamilton Community IoT Network”

Strategy and Planning Achievement of the Year
Winner: Hobsons Bay City Council for “Creative Technology Hub”

Customer Experience Achievement of the Year
Winner: Manningham City Council for “Online View, Payments and Lodgement”

Collaboration of Partnership of the Year
Winner: Wellington Shire Council for “EduCloud — Education Cloud Project”

Victorian Achievement of the Year
Winner: Wellington Shire Council for “EduCloud — Education Cloud Project”

Australian Achievement of the Year
Winner: Sunshine Coast Council (Queensland) for planning, design and visualisation of Australia’s first Smart City using 3D geo-spatial modelling

LOLA International Achievement of the Year
Winner: V-ICT-OR (Belgium) for “Integrated Smart City Operating System for Flanders”

View all award finalists here.

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