In pictures: iAwards New South Wales winners

ICT companies celebrate at Parliament House

Avalias received the e-learning award for the Avalanche ST scenario training system.

Avalias received the e-learning award for the Avalanche ST scenario training system.

National ICT Australia (NICTA) and Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) won two categories in the iAwards New South Wales (NSW) awards for their work developing a system to automatically monitor the Sydney Harbour Bridge's structural integrity.

According to NICTA, the system uses algorithms and simple components to detect movements in the concrete deck of the bridge which are considered to be abnormal, while ignoring normal movements due to traffic usage.

RMS and NICTA took out the tools and infrastructure and e-logistics and supply chain categories. The organisations can now compete in the national iAwards in Melbourne on 9 August 2012.

Other NSW iAwards category winners were:

Communication

Huawei and Pacnet for Huawei’s ARG3 network offering developed for the NSW Ambulance Service.

E-government

Netcat.Biz: SWiPE for Casework Practice.

E-health

Pacific Knowledge Systems: RippleDown knowledge management.

E-inclusions and e-community

Tapestry Pty Ltd: Tapestry.

E-learning

Avalias: Avalanche ST scenario training system.

Financial industry application

M2CASH: M2CASH instant global money transfer.

Industrial application

Claim Central Holdings: Claim Central technology.

New media and entertainment

Fujitsu: TELEentice.

Research and development

Smart Services CRC and University of Wollongong: iSee--collaborate and connect naturally.

Sustainability and Green IT

Lend Lease, Fujitsu and Switch Automation: Switch Smart Hub--intelligent building platform.

This was followed by the NSW merit recipients:

E-learning

The Sydney Children's Hospitals Network: Learning.Kids e-learning portal.

Financial industry application

CSC: AIMS debt management solution.

Commonwealth Bank of Australia: CommBank Kaching application.

Industrial application

Proactive Technology Group and WhiteSky Labs: SkyVue.

New media and entertainment

Fujitsu and Touch NFC: TELEntice Touch NFC. FIC Technology: Family Connect.

Research and development

CSIRO ICT Centre: Ngara multi-gigabit microwave backhaul system.

Tools and infrastructure

OrionVM: CloudDC.

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