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NSW companies announced for CeBIT Australia

A NSW company that designed the cockpit of Titanic director James Cameron’s Deepsea Challenger has been selected among eight firms being showcased on the NSW Government stand at CeBIT Australia 2018.

Department of Industry deputy secretary of skills and economic development, Zoe de Saram, said the government’s partnership with the Asia Pacific’s biggest business technology exhibition will put the spotlight on some of the state’s best technology talent.

“The NSW Government stand at CeBIT Australia will showcase some of our best companies including Design+Industry – the company that designed the cockpit of the famous Deepsea Challenger.

“The stand is also showcasing a company from Cardiff – Henchman Products – which has developed a new system for the aviation industry to monitor tool movements in airports to help meet aircraft safety regulations.

“CeBIT attracts over 15,000 visitors and more than 300 exhibiting companies as well as international delegations from around the globe giving Australian technology companies an exciting platform for national and international sales.

“It will be a chance to market products and services to business and government and get new insights on artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, cloud computing, data analytics, cyber security and e-government.”

The NSW Government-backed Jobs for NSW will also be at CeBIT to promote its grants, loans and loan guarantees for startups and SMEs and to feature some of the best startups it has helped launch into market.

A comprehensive conference program and keynote speakers will offer the latest thought leadership and trend insights on the technology sector.

CeBIT takes place at the International Convention Centre at Darling Harbour from 15-17 May.

 Exhibitors on the NSW Government Stand at CeBIT 2018

●        Aervision Technologies of Wahroonga – software and hardware engineers who develop products merging artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, computer vision and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies. Products include biometric sensors that can identify people by the veins in their palm, iris scanners, and technology for analysing crowd behaviour

●        Assignar Pty Ltd of North Sydney – produces an enterprise software platform for construction and engineering companies providing complete management of a mobile workforce to reduce delays, cost overruns, and accidents. It supports scheduling, document control, compliance, asset and workforce management, field communication, invoicing, payroll, and reporting.

●        Checkbox Technology of Sydney – has developed a multi-award winning technology platform that uses artificial intelligence and a ‘drag and drop’ interface for regulatory experts – like lawyers, accountants and analysts – to create online applications in the cloud without having to write technical code, as well as auditing, reporting and analytics features

●        Covata of Sydney – provider of cybersecurity software for the safe and efficient sharing of sensitive data and information across internal and external stakeholders, devices, networks and regions

●        Data Republic of Sydney – Sydney based start-up has developed the data sharing ‘Senate Platform’ allowing organisations to collaborate with other companies on sensitive data and shared analytics projects in the cloud while protecting privacy and data security

●        Design+Industry of Balmain – Technology engineering consultancy that provides industrial design for hi-tech devices in medical, agriculture, industry and consumer industries. Designs have included the cockpit layout for Titanic director James Cameron’s Deepsea Challenger submersible to explore the deepest part of the ocean, the Mariana trench

●        Henchman Products of Cardiff – Newcastle company that has developed an electronic tool control system for specialised industries including aviation to comply with safety regulations. The system includes an electronically controlled tool cabinet with a built-in sensor system and interactive display screen, a tracking system for portable tool kits, a barcode scanning system to monitor manual tool movements, and cloud based software to report on every tool movement.

●        University of NSW’s TechConnect Global of Kensington – Incubator program allowing businesses to access UNSW’s world-class research, training and facilities to develop new products. One project is Agronomeye which developed a drone to analyse the health of farm crops

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