Ignite Ideas Round 7 recognizes Sensaweb and 30 more start-ups from different sectors in Queensland. From health, agriculture, information technology to retail, these businesses can further strengthen industries and benefit the QLD region with funding of $100,000 up to $200,000.
Supporting Small to Medium QLD Businesses
The Ignite Ideas Fund supports start-ups based in Queensland, with products or services that are at the minimum viable product stage or beyond. These are small to medium-scale businesses with high-growth potential of undertaking commercialisation projects that will:
- strengthen key industries in Queensland
- diversify the Queensland economy
- compete in domestic and global markets
- engage and/or benefit regional Queensland
- create new jobs, now and into the future.
This grant has two tiers of funding: Tier 1 is up to $100,000 (excluding GST) for projects of up to 12 months duration while Tier 2 amounts to greater than $100,000 and up to $200,000 (excluding GST) for projects of up to 24 months duration.
To be eligible for the grant, the applicant must be based in Queensland and has these qualifications:
- have no more than 50 full-time-equivalent employees
- not be a subsidiary of a group of companies that has more than 50 full-time-equivalent employees
- not have received funding for the proposed project activity from either the State, Federal or Local Government
- be registered for GST (at time of Full Application submission).
SensaWeb’s Radiation Protection in QLD
SensaWeb is recognized for its real-time Radiation Area Monitoring which caters to several industries operating in spaces with radiation-producing machinery like X-ray machines and irradiators.
Its technology simplifies regulatory reporting and compliance, ensures safety and increases staff assurance, which results in a more efficient and productive workplace.
SensaWeb’s innovative concept started over 10 years ago when Simon Turner was decommissioning a nuclear reactor and found out that the radiation monitoring units in the area weren’t working. The lack of real-time radiation monitoring and reporting risked the safety of the staff and Turner saw it as a critical issue. Together with Darren Oliver, co-founder and CTO, Turner developed SensaWeb which provides radiation data in real-time using custom-built sensors and a data analytics platform.
Free QLD Radiation Monitor Project
With the backing of the Advance Queensland Ignite Ideas grant, SensaWeb is offering a free-of-charge trial implementation of radiation monitoring. This free radiation monitor project is for hospitals or health centres in Queensland.
SensaWeb’s solution allows you to see immediately, and on any device, the levels of radiation exposure in the areas where the monitors are placed, while also automatically generating the reports required by the government regulatory authorities. The sensors operate on the 4G network, so there’s no need to connect to your internal networks, and are as simple to install as plugging into a power point!
If you’d like to receive a free wall-mounted Radiation Monitor trial with access to real-time metrics from your browser, register on our website to express your interest or receive more information oin our Ignite2021 program.