Smart Cities Awards 2019: Best Residential Innovation

In recognition of the best new, stand-alone technology integrated within a metropolitan or regional city.

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Winner

Solar Analytics

 

For their solar monitoring software: Solar Analytics provides real-time monitoring to measure solar performance and spot faults quickly through an easy-to-read dashboard that is updated every five seconds.

Finalists:

  • City of Canterbury Bankstown for their Closing the Loop on Waste project: Woollahra Municipal Council has used the latest 3D technologies to develop a new online platform, granting the community and customers free access information on local planning projects, development approvals, applications and issues, and proposed planning changes.
  • SMEC for their Atherstone Estate project: In collaboration with Lendlease, Melton City Council and Key Options, SMEC developed and integrated a near real-time data capture program at Atherton Estate. This program utilised Key Options’ People-In-Motion approach, which leverages the high market penetration of mobile phone technology to provide granular analysis of visitor and user behaviour for the development.
  • City of Gosnells for their Cool Roofs Project: The Switch Your Thinking Cool Roofs project, using IoT sensors, measured the temperature, humidity, electricity consumption and more to understand the impact that roof colour has on liveability in Perth, WA.