Impact Awards finalists announced | Attend the gala dinner 1 November 2018
Date: Thursday 1 November 2018
Time: 6:00pm – 10:30pm (registration from 5:30pm)
Location: Panorama Ballroom, Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide, SA
Cost: Single ticket $160.00 (Book your ticket here)
The finalists have been announced!
After a rigorous judging process by the Impact Awards experienced industry ambassadors, which included financial, business model and growth plan reviews, coupled with site and team visits to validate ambition and real growth, the cream of the crop have been selected.
Please meet these fantastic Impact Award Finalists for 2018 below! And don’t forget to book your ticket to the gala awards dinner now!
Consilium helps customers to make more informed, data-driven decisions, ultimately helping organisations adopt technology and move faster in an ever-changing environment. Consilium delivers machine intelligence solutions which have a transformational impact within the defence, agriculture, manufacturing and minerals and energy industries, leveraging their strong defence origins to bring cutting-edge technology to industry. Consilium continues to have a strong presence with defence, and remain abreast of new technological advances to enhance its offering to industry.
Levett manufactures high-end aerospace components and assemblies for military and commercial aircraft. We need to not just meet price targets, but also meet stringent quality ratings and delivery schedules. Levett’s customers include Lockheed Martin, BAE Systems UK, Boeing, Pratt & Whitney, Northrop Grumman and Harris Corporation, forming part of their global supply chain – in many cases, as the sole provider of the component.
Masters Butchers Co-op
Masters Butchers Co-op provides competitive purchasing power to its meat industry membership for their merchandise needs (everything they use, within reason, except meat). Members’ protein surplus, that humans cannot/do not eat, is recycled into quality pet food ingredients.
Planet Software sells and supports its product – Sonia – to over 60 tertiary institutions worldwide. Sonia provides a portal and phone apps where students, their supervisors and industry partners can select, track and record their placement experience. The software helps universities manage all types of work integrated learning (WIL). Disciplines such as nursing and teacher training have long histories of placing students in hospitals and schools as part of their degree requirements, but this type of experience is now common across many disciplines. It ensures universities meet their duty of care obligations and enforces ‘ready for placement’ expectations on students.
Resonate provides acoustic (noise and vibration), electro-magnetic field (EMF), air quality and lighting – measurement, assessment, troubleshooting and design services. Services are provided to the transport, building, power generation, mining, waste and environment sectors, helping engineers, consultants, government, companies, education bodies, builders, contractors and lawyers with their concerns. Ping Services provides ‘software as a service’ globally in the same disciplines.