Tri Timer, an electronic race management system designed specifically for the Twin Towns Triathlon Club, is the latest recipient of the Opmantek Award for high-achieving final year students in Griffith University’s School of Information and Communication Technology.
With features including membership maintenance, race number administration, timing functions, general administration and individual performance seasonal points tallying, Tri Timer is the work of students Angela King, Hussah Alzunidy, Jake Braiding-Watson and Satishkumar Elumalai.
- Mind & Muscle, a promotional tool for a program aimed at reducing worker’s compensation claims via identification of physical and psychological stress, adopting a self-managed response and recovery process, and encouraging workplace happiness. Students: Purush Wilson and Mengru (Serena) Lyu. Client: Sven Roehrs, Focus Rehabilitation.
- Information Privacy Self-Assessment Tool, which provides guidance on compliance with relevant privacy legislation across Australian jurisdictions. Students: Joseph Bannister, Gary Scott, Nicholas Smith, Peter Hylton and James Yeates. Client: Glentworth.
The judging panel comprised Opmantek community manager and co-founder of StartUp Apprentice, Ms Sharon Hunneybell, City of Gold Coast Councillor Glenn Tozer, and Deputy Head of the School of ICT, Associate Professor Bela Stantic.
Opmantek is a Gold Coast-based company and a world leader in Network Management Software. CEO Mr Danny Maher launched the twice-yearly award in 2013.
“The Opmantek Award is a great opportunity for corporate, education and government to come together,” said Cr Tozer.
“Opmantek is exporting its product all around the world and that’s so exciting to have that emanating from the Gold Coast.
“It creates tremendous potential for Griffith students and you can see that in the quality of these products, each of which displays commercial potential beyond these individual projects.”