Congratulations to the winners, highly commended finalists and everyone who entered the 2020 MAV Technology Awards for Excellence.

The 2020 finalists and winners are listed here and you can view the virtual event here.

The MAVTV online events program for local government includes weekly:

Wake-up webinars delivered by industry experts to help address local government challenges in a changing world,
Collaboration Cafés showcasing the finalists in this year’s Awards for Excellence,
Accredited Training professional development opportunities, and
Interactive Workshops to improve skills and share efficiencies in local government.

During the COVID-19 emergency, MAV Technology is proud to offer access to this free program to local government authorities across Australia and around the world.

Upcoming Events

MAVTV WAKE-UP WEBINAR – Brought to you by Grace Records and MAV Technology
Paper Independence – Unlocking the value from existing and future records remotely
10am-11am, Thursday 15 October 2020
Government and private enterprise alike have large stores of valuable information contained in paper records either onsite or with storage providers. Learn how Government are unlocking the value in existing paper records, making better informed business decisions and reducing manual administration time and cost. Furthermore, information being received via shared inboxes (and paper correspondence via mail) is overwhelming and often hard to manage. Hear how utilising Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) can assist in bringing structure to unstructured correspondence records, automate correspondence classification, workflow and ultimately customer (and staff) satisfaction.
Presenters: Sev Eygelaar – Digital Solutions Specialist & Dean Beatty – General Manager Digital Solutions

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MAVTV WAKE-UP WEBINAR – Brought to you by Precisely and MAV Technology
Data Integrity: The next Local Government Imperative
10am-11am, Thursday 22 October 2020
Advancements in data storage, data capture, analytics, and machine learning have opened-up a world of possibilities for enhanced decision-making, but inaccuracies and inconsistencies in data have held back digital transformation and stifled value creation. In this session, Ravi Nath and Anza Hashmi will discuss how achieving data integrity is critical for local government looking to employ data as an asset to help drive efficiency, better reporting, innovation and value creation within their councils. We’ll focus on use cases from local councils within Victoria who are on the data-driven journey to find the right information, assess its quality and trustworthiness and use it confidently to make better decisions, be transparent and provide better services to their communities.
Presenters: Anza Hashmi, Account Manager and Ravi Nath, Head of Sales of Precisely

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MAVTV WAKE-UP WEBINAR – Brought to you by Meshed and MAV Technology
Connected Communities for Economic Development
10am-11am, Thursday 29 October 2020
This session will provide a wide range of case studies across a large Council portfolio of how Smart Cities and IoT is helping cities with their business operations, economic development and environment sustainability imperatives. We will also highlight the findings of the COVID19 Pedestrian Counting Data Index and recommendations for Councils in a post COVID19 recovery phase.

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Our Past Events

View previous MAVTV sessions on Vimeo

 

MAV Technology Awards for Excellence Finalists 2020

For more information about these projects, view the 15-minute presentations featured in the Collaboration Café series on MAVTV.

Smart City Achievement of the Year Finalists:

City of Whittlesea, Banyule City Council, Moreland City Council, Mitchell Shire Council and Nillumbik Shire Council – Northern Melbourne Smart Cities Network, Enabling data to drive change (WINNER)

Southern Grampians Shire Council – Digital Innovation & Smart Agriculture

City of Ballarat – Mobile Office

City of Greater Geelong – Clever Creative City

City of Kingston – Tree Tracker (Highly Commended)

Wyndham City Council – Smart Places and Spaces

Wyndham City Council – Traffic Intersection Monitoring using AI (Highly Commended)

Collaboration or Partnership Achievement of the Year Finalists:

Alpine Shire Council – Project Pinnacle (Highly Commended)

Frankston City Council – Positive Problem Solving

City of Greater Geelong – Geelong Data Exchange (WINNER)

City of Whittlesea, Banyule City Council, Moreland City Council, Mitchell Shire Council and Nillumbik Shire Council – Northern Melbourne Smart Cities Network: Enabling data to drive change (Highly Commended)

Strathbogie Shire Council – Process Superheroes

Whitehorse City Council – Multi-Site Web Presence

Glen Eira City Council – Practice Leaders’ Network

City of Ballarat – Pass on Glass

City of Ballarat – Modernising Financial Management

City of Ballarat – Working Smarter with Office 365

Customer Experience Achievement of the Year Finalists:

Corangamite Shire Council – Connecting Corangamite

Frankston City Council – Digital Ways of Working (WINNER)

City of Kingston – Customer 360 & Connect on the Move

Northern Grampians Shire Council – Improving Better Approvals

City of Casey – Customer 360

Manningham Council – Mapping Manningham

City of Greater Geelong – My Trips (Highly Commended)

Surf Coast Shire Council – Councillor Portal

Strategy and Planning Achievement of the Year Finalists:

Alpine Shire Council – Project Pinnacle (WINNER)

Frankston City Council – Digital Ways of Working

Frankston City Council – Positive Problem Solving

City of Whittlesea, Banyule City Council, Moreland City Council, Mitchell Shire Council and Nillumbik Shire Council – Northern Melbourne Smart Cities Network, Enabling Data to Drive Change

City of Ballarat – Modernising Financial Management

City of Ballarat – Working Smarter with Office 365

City of Greater Geelong – Connecting People and Places

Maroondah City Council – Implementing Desktop as a Service

Wyndham City Council – Smart City Strategy (Highly Commended)

Victorian Achievement of the Year finalists

City of Whittlesea, Banyule City Council, Moreland City Council, Mitchell Shire Council and Nillumbik Shire Council – Northern Melbourne Smart Cities Network, Enabling data to drive change (Highly Commended)

City of Greater Geelong – Geelong Data Exchange

Frankston City Council – Digital Ways of Working

Alpine Shire Council – Project Pinnacle (WINNER)

Australian Achievement of the Year finalists

Western Australia: City of Stirling – RMS (Relationship Management System) (Highly Commended)

New South Wales: Randwick City Council – Coogee Smart Beach

New South Wales: Central Coast Council – Commuter Challenge

Queensland: Logan City Council – Digital CX Transformation Program

Queensland: Sunshine Coast Council – Sunshine Coast International Broadband Network (SCIBN) (JOINT WINNER)

South Australia: City of Tea Tree Gully – Customer First Solution

Victoria: Alpine Shire Council – Project Pinnacle (JOINT WINNER)