Queensland Government Seeking Innovative ICT Solutions


The Queensland Government is seeking innovative ICT solutions to nine business problems. If you’re a small to medium enterprise (SME) with the potential to address at least one of these problems, you may benefit from attending this upcoming TWiG information session.

Here is a summary of the business problems (follow their link for more details)

  1. How Big is This Fish?  The Department of Agriculture and Fisheries is seeking a solution to automate the collection of fish lengths.
  2. How Old is This Fish?  The Department of Agriculture and Fisheries is seeking a solution to automate the aging of fish using images of fish otoliths (ear bones).
  3. Tagging Digital Records. The Department of Environment and Science (DES), Queensland National Parks (QPWS) is seeking a solution to easily categorise its extensive data from a record keeping, information management and security classification perspective.
  4. Your Interactive Science Adventure.  Science Division in the Department of Environment and Science (DES) collect, map and model large amounts of environmental and natural resource data
  5. Always Open. The Department of Housing and Public Works is seeking an automated solution for their ICT Services Panel.
  6. Disaster Deep Dive.  The Office of the Inspector-General Emergency Management (IGEM) is seeking an innovative solution to deep dive into what we know about dealing with disasters across Queensland.
  7. Find My Way: The Department of Transport and Main Roads is seeking to investigate indoor way-finding solutions to best suit customers catching public transport and minimising ongoing costs and maintenance.
  8. Roadwork Safety Alert. The Department of Transport and Main Roads is seeking a means to provide advance warning of approaching vehicles to sites under traffic control, to reduce end-of-queue collisions and forewarn workers (within the site) of extreme hazards.
  9. How Well is Your Community Thriving? The Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors (DCDSS) would like to share its data to support communities and the community services industry to assess, respond to and monitor local wellbeing.


TWiG industry information session (livestreamed)
Date: Tuesday 10 July 2018
Time: 2pm – 4:30pm
Venue: Auditorium 2, State Library of Queensland, Stanley Place, South Brisbane

Register here to attend or livestream

Limited places are available so register early to avoid disappointment.

About TWiG

The TWiG program allows SMEs to improve the positioning of their products by working collaboratively with the Queensland Government on a number of business problems.

Successful applicants receive $35,000 in funding to test and refine their product during a 12-week program, receiving expert advice and support from experienced third-party experts along the way.

Coordinated in partnership with Advance Queensland, this is an opportunity to improve your industry networks and access to broader commercial opportunities both in Australia and overseas.

Further details are available on the Queensland Government TWiG website.

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