Our case studies series is showcasing businesses across the Moreton Bay Region which are doing innovative things aligned with the Innovate Moreton Bay program. Get involved by visiting our website and attending events like our monthly social catchups, where you can meet other innovators in our collaborative #teammoretonbay network.
Headquartered on Bribie Island, Ozius is at the forefront of the environmental analytics and Earth observation industry. Founded by Alisa Starkey, Chief Science Officer, the company harnesses advanced AI, remote sensing data, and environmental science to deliver real-time insights for businesses and governments alike. Answering complex spatial questions and solving critical business challenges in built and natural environments. With a staunch commitment to minimising environmental impact and promoting sustainability, Ozius provides cutting-edge solutions that empower businesses to make informed decisions and catalyse positive change.
In the heart of Moreton Bay, Paul Szep, a man who wasn't going to let something like blindness get in the way of a good game. And so, Blind Bats Inc was born. Paul, not deterred by societal expectations, often emphasises how lived experiences have propelled him on his journey rather than formal academic qualifications. His innovation wasn't born from a series of lectures; rather, from a real desire to solve a real need.
Led by Director Andrew Cathcart, Concrete Data Sensors (CDS) is an innovative Australian company that specialises in developing advanced sensor technology for the construction, building, civil, infrastructure, and mining industries. Founded in 2018 and established in a garage years before that, CDS has grown to become a leading supplier of structural integrity monitoring systems, with its sensors being utilised in various high-profile projects such as the 40-level, $600M CBUS office tower in Brisbane and the world's largest lithium mine.
TeleIn is a Clontarf-based company revolutionising the way we connect, through its advanced telepresence solutions, robotics, and holographic teleportation technology.
Established in 2018 by Benjamin Farkas, TeleIn has grown rapidly to become the largest supplier of telepresence solutions in the APAC region. They serve a wide range of clients across diverse sectors, from Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, and Papua New Guinea. Their vision is to transcend the barriers of time and place, driving efficiency in workplaces and fostering stronger connections between individuals, no matter where they are.
Metromatics is a Moreton Bay based business specialising in computing and technology, digital signage, electrical components, system integration and design.
In 2019, Metromatics won the Award for Innovation Excellence at the Moreton Bay Business & Innovation Awards for their Augmented Hearing Loop System.
Spatial Innovation is a Moreton-Bay based business specialising in spatial technologies, using digital mapping tools to turn geographic data from a wide range of sources into valuable online products.
Earlier this year, Spatial Innovation received funding from Advance Queensland’s Ignite Ideas fund, to commercialise their Flood Query portal and market their product to regional and rural councils.
TechForGood is a Samford-based Social Technology company on a mission to make equitable, accessible and affordable technology the status quo for all Australians.
Founded in 2021, TechForGood provides a vast range of technology-based products and services in partnership with major companies such as Microsoft, Google, Dell and LP, while donating 50% of their profits to high impact partners to help them address the needs of digitally disadvantaged Australians.