2017 Winners

Meet the Winners

Main Roads Western Australia
FIRST PLACE

Hack Analytics

Problem Tackled:

MR PR2 – Identifying Roadside Hazards.

Identify roadside hazards from video footage (eg trees, rocks, power poles, crash barriers, etc)

Team Members:

  • Matt Dale
  • Ryan O’Sullivan
  • Camilo Pestana
  • Francesco Fontana
  • Karl Wachala
SECOND PLACE

PPP – Pavement Performance Prediction

Problem Tackled:

MR PR5 – Road Condition Monitoring

Better understand some of the influences on pavement life (eg water ingress, traffic loading, etc) to improve targeting of future maintenance.

Team Members:

  • Yongze Song
  • Yi Tan
Water Corporation WA
FIRST PLACE

PMLG – Perth Machine Learning Group

Problem Tackled:

WC PR11 – Predictive Pumps & Pipes Maintenance

How might we identify the events, indicators and triggers of potential problems early and predict incidents within the network to enable condition based maintenance and reduce asset failure

Team Members:

  • Sherief Khorsid
  • Daniel Gouvignon
  • Marco Susilo
SECOND PLACE

Bring you home safely

Problem Tackled:

WC PR7 – Lone Worker

How might we better ensure the safety of staff who work remotely or alone? There are situations where staff are required to work alone, often in remote or risky locations. They can be out of contact for several hours, often in areas with limited connectivity—so knowing they are safe at all times is a problem. How can we ensure their safety, and respond to an emergency situation if required?

Team Members:

  • Raj Kale
  • Monza Sukadis
MoD Hackathon Geraldton
GERALDTON HACKATHON – FIRST PLACE

Jukes of Hazard

Problem Tackled:

WC PR8 – Site Hazard Register

How might we better notify staff & visitors to Water Corporation sites of the potential known hazards on them and as they move around them?

Team Member:

  • Rhys Davies
GERALDTON HACKATHON – SECOND PLACE

Lone Wolf

Problem Tackled:

WC PR7 – Lone Worker

How might we better ensure the safety of staff who work remotely or alone? There are situations where staff are required to work alone, often in remote or risky locations. They can be out of contact for several hours, often in areas with limited connectivity—so knowing they are safe at all times is a problem. How can we ensure their safety, and respond to an emergency situation if required?

Team Member:

  • Joccoaa Phillips
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GERALTON POLLINATORS PRIZE

Mapsters

Problem Tackled:

WC PR9 – Right Person, Right Job

How might we get the right person with the right experience & skillset, with the right tools, within the right location to a job taking into account variables like traffic, weather etc.

Team Members:

  • Sylvia Vella
  • Kirsty Kipling
  • Pamela Sherlock
  • Gordon Macleod
  • Russell Browne
Bloom
BEST YOUNG TEAM – SPONSORED BY BLOOM

Ballm AR

Problem Tackled:

WC PR10 – First Responder

Can we provide field staff attending an incident real information (drawings, plans, safety information etc) that will aid them in making decisions whilst also giving the command centre a view of what’s happening on the ground live in real time.

Team Members:

  • Stephen Lott
  • Nathan Glover
  • Luke Stokes
  • Rico Beti
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