In-home monitoring provider wins top tech awards

Remote monitoring technology provider InteliCare has won three national technology awards.

Remote monitoring technology provider InteliCare has won three national technology awards.

The  Perth-based startup is one of a number currently in the market that provides monitoring solutions for the aged and disability care industries using artificial intelligence and internet of things technology.

InteliCare took out the top award in all its nominated categories, including the Not-For-Profit and Community Solution of the Year and Technology Platform Solution of the Year, at the 2020 iAwards.

Jason Waller

It also took out the Victorian Government Inspiration Award from a field comprising over 40 technology companies. 

CEO and managing director Jason Waller said he proud to take home the awards.

“It’s a five-star review from some of the highest credentialed names in technology and independent validation of just how important our system has been to the lives of many people,” he said in a statement.

The awards, presented by the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), aim to unearth, recognises and reward excellence in Australian innovation. 

The awards were announced on November 17.

Meanwhile, Intelicare announced on Wednesday that it has signed an agreement with assistive technology provider Technology for Ageing and Disability ACT (TADACT) to provide its products, including InteliLiving and InteliCare Pro throughout Canberra.

This story first ran on Community Care Review.

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