Round 1 – 2017


The challenges businesses responded to were:

  • on-the-spot technology for measuring pyrethroid surface residue
  • tracking the effect and value of information products
  • digitally enable community engagement in policy and program design
  • improve transparency and reliability of water market information
  • sharing information nationally to ensure child safety

We distributed:

  • $1,864,021 in feasibility study funding
  • $8,747,797 in proof of concept funding

Successful grant recipients


Only recipients who participated in the feasibility study stage could participate in the proof of concept stage. If there is no dollar value against the applicant name in the proof of concept stage, they did not receive funding.
Challenge Applicant name Feasibility study funding Proof of concept funding
On-the-spot technology for measuring pyrethroid surface residue Atamo P/L $93,894
$1,000,000
Australian Sensing & Identification Systems P/L $99,090 -
Iugotec P/L $96,828 $997,785
Micropace P/L $94,400 -
Panorama Synergy Ltd $73,500 -
Tracking the effect and value of information products Atraxium P/L $82,800 $961,000
Avinium P/L $78,875 -
Gosource P/L $100,000 -
Houston Kemp P/L $100,000 $1,000,000
Digitally enable community engagement in policy and program design Collabforge P/L $69,650 $999,800
Crawford Kaye P/L & Claire Agnew $100,000 -
Futuregov Australia P/L $99,900 -
Likely Theory P/L $97,800 $997,550
Improve transparency and reliability of water market information Aither P/L $99,663 -
Civic Ledger P/L $80,345 -
NGIS Australia P/L $97,920 -
The Marsden Jacob Unit Trust $99,897 $1,000,000
Sharing information nationally to ensure child safety Leading Directions P/L $100,000 -
Factil P/L (previously Infinuendo P/L) $100,000 $857,741
Itree P/L $99,459 $933,921