Advanced Technologies finalists

For outstanding international success in the field of information technology, digital technologies, software, hardware or digital services.

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National finalists for the 61st Australian Export Awards in the Advanced Technologies category.


Surry Hills (Eora Country), New South Wales


Audinate specialises in audio and video networking solutions. Its flagship product, Dante, provides a flexible and scalable solution for transmitting high-quality, low-latency digital AV signals over standard Ethernet networks. It allows AV devices including microphones, mixers, speakers and cameras to connect to computer networks eliminating traditional, analogue point-to-point solutions.

Audinate’s leadership in Australia is enhanced with engineering capability in the UK and Europe and a global sales team supported by a US based marketing team. Audinate’s top export markets include China, Hong Kong, Germany, the UK and the US.

Audinate is focused on increasing Dante adoption among non-English-speaking customers. In FY23 over 12,000 global AV professionals received training in eight languages.

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Myaree (Whadjuk Country), Western Australia


AVI designs, develops and manufactures specialised communication systems and critical components for military, mining, security and space applications. The global demand for high-reliability autonomous networking systems has seen AVI's international footprint grow.

Founded in 1989, AVI is a privately owned, Australian company. AVI operates on a global scale from world-class facilities in Perth, Western Australia.

AVI was also recognised in the 2019, 2021 and 2022 Australian Export Awards. Approximately 48% of all sales come from exports, with export sales increasing by over 400% in just 2 years. These figures underscore a future-focused commitment to advanced technology capabilities in Australia.  Key export markets include the US and Canada. 

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Carnegie (Wurundjeri Country), Victoria

Implementing RFID tags help make delivery easier and growing up your business sustainably. Caucasian warehouse worker with safety helmet using a barcode reader to scan QR code on the box standing in the distribution warehouse. Looking at tablet for checking stock inventory.

Chemwatch is dedicated to protecting human health and the environment. The company creates safer workplaces with its comprehensive software solutions for managing chemicals. This enables businesses to proactively manage chemical hazards and ensure compliance.

With a focus on sustainability, Chemwatch is aligning its solutions with the growing demand for responsible practices. Offerings include label creation, chemical asset management, mobile applications, heat mapping, RFID tracking, sustainability and taxonomy solutions. 

In the past year, the company has expanded its customer base across Europe and the US. Its diverse clientele includes top global oil, agriculture, aerospace and pharmaceutical companies. Top export markets include Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, the UK and the US. 

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Braddon (Ngunnawal Country), Australian Capital Territory


GymAware helps coaches and athletes track strength training activities in the weights room. Its Velocity Based Training (VBT) solutions aid hundreds of teams and individuals to prepare for career-defining moments on the field.

GymAware systems are used across professional US sports, in elite leagues like the NRL and Super Rugby and by a range of esteemed international teams. Currently, 89% of all GymAware sales come from exports. Key markets include the US, the UK, France and China.

One of GymAware’s key objectives has been to make quality VBT products accessible to everyone. This product democratisation strategy has driven the development of the world's first and only laser-based VBT device, the GymAware FLEX.

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Healthcare Logic

Southport (Yugambeh Country), Queensland


Despite the rising costs of healthcare and recent advances in medical services, there is no standard analysis for how to run a hospital. Cue Healthcare Logic. Together with Griffith University and Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service, the Queensland-based R&D company has developed SystemView. 

This next-generation hospital analytics platform analyses and visualises common challenges faced by hospitals globally. It seeks to create a common language between staff, executives, and health departments, and diagnose where challenges are related to processes or demand and capacity imbalances and offers patient-level actions for improvement. SystemView insights are used by more than 150 hospitals and governments across Australia and the world. Top export markets include the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland with near-term targets including the UK, New Zealand, Canada, and the United Arab Emirates.

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Sandy Bay (Paredarerme Country), Tasmania empowers farmers to optimise their pasture growth and livestock performance to enhance farm sustainability and profits. The company is a global leader in AI and satellite-backed pasture measurement and grazing solutions. These solutions provide data-driven insights that are helping solve the critical challenge of optimising feed costs. Dairy, beef and sheep farmers worldwide are using these solutions to reduce input costs and improve animal performance. was conceived in 2005 when founder, CEO and dairy farmer Oliver Roberts realised that no existing pasture management platform could fully utilise pasture measurement data to help farmers make informed grazing decisions. From Tasmania to the world,’s key export markets include Africa, Europe, New Zealand, South America, and the US.

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Prophecy International

Adelaide (Kaurna Country), South Australia

Handsome businessman in suit at workplace working with laptop to defend customer cyber security. Concept of clients information protection and brainstorm. Padlock hologram over office background.

With more than 80% of its customers in international markets, Prophecy International is a global success story for Australian software. It provides data integration, analytics and business process automation solutions for an array of industries. Customers include global Fortune 1000 enterprises, government, defence and military organisations and finance, energy, utilities, health and retail businesses.

Prophecy International targets organisations that prioritise data security and business intelligence. Its flagship products include Snare, a powerful security information and event management solution, and eMite, a comprehensive analytics platform. The company caters to a customer base spanning North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and more. 

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