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Utillix is delighted to have supported the Future Street installation  which was recognised overnight as a winner of the World Architecture News (WAN) Urban Challenge

CeBIT Australia, the largest and longest running business technology event in the Asia-Pacific region at Sydney Olympic Park. Utillix were officially launched by the NSW Government – The Hon Minister for Industry – Anthony Roberts at CeBIT in Sydney 22 May 2016.

The Irish Times Innovation Awards showcase and reward excellence in innovation across a range of groundbreaking products and services. Utillix were national finalists for innovation in energy and the environment.

Utillix were chosen at one of the 23 at Tech23 in October. At Tech23, 23 innovative young companies showcase their business for five minutes each. The 23 companies receive feedback from renowned Industry Leaders from VC and angel investors, potential enterprise customers, and successful serial entrepreneurs.

The Future Street is a concept that redefines the idea and purpose of the street, by embracing innovative strategies around landscape, infrastructure and technology to make our cities, suburbs and towns more liveable, productive and sustainable.  It tests the possibilities, of what is possible if we dedicate less of our public spaces to cars and return them for people to use. Both for new and different mobility options, but also to live and enjoy our cities and streets. Utillix presented the benefits of subsurface utility mapping to enable productive cities of the future.

Australian Utility Week is a large scale expo dedicated to building the Digital Utility. This year, it’s taking place on 29-30 November 2017 at Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. The event is now in its 15th year and will attract 2000+ utility professionals from the electricity, gas and water sectors. Connor Hughes presented to the delegation about the benefits of the Utillix solution. Utillix were also entrants in the Australian Utility Innovators Awards.