Westpac Business of Tomorrow

Ozius was selected as of Westpac’s top 200 businesses of tomorrow.

The Westpac Businesses of Tomorrow initiative "recognises Australian businesses who demonstrates vision and drive to help shape the nation’s economic future.

Westpac is Australia’s first bank and oldest company, one of four major banking organisations in Australia and one of the largest banks in New Zealand.


3rd Place Global Earth Observation Challenge by Airbus Defence and Space

Ozius place 3rd out of 133 companies and startups around the globe.

Ozius was the only company from the Southern Hemisphere to make the top 5.

Our City Health Indicator concept successful demonstrated a multi-temporal and multi-sensor approach to monitoring and evaluating our cities can track their green assets and measure the success or failure of critical development related policies.

Airbus Defence and Space are one of the leading companies in Space technology and Earth Observation sector.


Winners KPMG Energise 2.0 Accelerator

Ozius won the Program Choice Award, judged by the KPMG Energise program team. This award recognised Ozius as of the most promising energy, mining and natural resources startups have taken home awards at KPMG Australia’s Energise accelerator program graduation night.

The 12-week national program culminated in a pitch-day and graduation events held in Brisbane and Perth.

KPMG’s Energise 2.0 is the largest Energy and resource Accelerator in the Asia Pacific region, Energise matches established businesses with startups at no cost in the energy and Natural Resources sector.

L to R, Dr Anthony Lynham, Minister for State Development, Natural Resources and Mines; Ben Starkey, Business Manager Ozius; Alisa Starkey, Founder and Chief Science Officer Ozius; Rob Jones, QLD Chairman KPMG.


Semi Finalist Australian Technology Competition

Ozius was a semi-finalist in the Australian Technology Competition for our advanced environmental Analytics Engine known as Naxia.

The Australian Technology Competition was developed as a way to identify the best ways of promoting and helping emerging technology companies.

Pooling together industry experts, venture capitalists and commercialisation professionals, the competition assesses, mentors and promotes these companies providing a uniquely Australian take on the future.


Planning Institute of Australia (PIA) National Awards for Planning Excellence

In partnership with project lead Logan City Council and global firm Parsons Brinckerhoff, Ozius Spatial won the award for Improving Planning Processes and Practices for an innovative on-line tool to provide residents, developers, and council the ability to accurately and easily estimate the environmental costs of planning and development decisions.

The tool will help accurately determine the funds required from development which can then be re-invested by Council back into environmental projects.