The main event was the pitch challenge, with nine people pitching their ideas to judges from Boeing, Microsoft and Advance Queensland.
The winner of the Boeing pitch was Queensland startup HindSite Industries who will receive up to $70,000 to develop their proof-of-concept solution. HindSite Industries is a purpose-built platform that utilises digitised workflows and just in time learning to improve the training and operational outcomes of business. The platform also improves safety and compliance across their customers in the manufacturing, mining and utilities sectors.
Euclideon won the Microsoft category and will receive a Microsoft HoloLens 2 for their winning pitch. Euclideon enables companies with large 3D datasets to save data storage costs and increase decision efficiency by hosting 3D data in the cloud. Euclideon’s goal is to be a global leader in connecting people with an accurate 3D digital version of the real world.
The event was hosted by the Queensland XR Hub and sponsored by Boeing, Advance Queensland and Aerospace Xelerated.