Thirteen winners have been applauded for their visionary leadership, best practice projects and real-world impact at the second annual Smart Cities Awards on Thursday 31 October 2019.
“The 2019 awards demonstrate how far the smart cities community has come in just a year. In our capacity as the peak body for smart cities, we will continue to elevate and celebrate those cities, towns and communities that are realising the economic and social potential of technology and data investment,” says Adam Beck, Executive Director of the Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand.
Program Director, Wendy Pech was honoured to present the Research & Innovation Award to University of Newcastle and the Regional Leadership Award to South Grampians Shire Council. The Darwin Innovation Hub would like to congratulate all the finalists and winners.
Find out more about the Smart Cities Awards 2019