The competition, which will see the winning entry receive a AUD$50,000 funding package, is calling for digital innovations that can be applied to solve economic or social infrastructure issues and build momentum towards better infrastructure – such as how cities can embrace smart technology solutions to improve quality of life, managing environmental risks with Artificial Intelligence, or the potential for digitisation to improve electricity networks.
Key competition details
- Entries consist of a pitch video, written presentation and executive summary and applications close 24 February 2020. For details visit the InfraChallenge website.
- A shortlist of 20 finalists will be selected in March 2020 and provided with access to industry leaders and the competition partner MIT Solve during an eight-week tailored mentoring program
- In May 2020, ten finalists will be chosen who receive additional mentoring with MIT Solve
- Top 10 finalists will pitch their ideas and the winner announced at a live event in June 2020
- The winning entry team will receive support from InfraChallenge partner MIT Solve to scale their digital solution. The winner will also receive exposure to the G20’s Infrastructure Working Group, ongoing support from the GI Hub and partners, and a funding package of AUD$50,000 to develop their solution to the next stage.
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