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Over 100 organisations participated in the 32 final submissions received under the CS program Mobile Concierge initiative. Three quarters of the consortiums were a mix of small and large businesses.

28 per cent included a regional or Western Sydney partner and 63 per cent included a partner with international offices to accelerate export.

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11 projects supported by NSW Collaborative Solutions program

  • Discovery Location Based Services – mobile social platform for small businesses in tourism and retail to engage with customers interactively through their mobile devices. Consortium Lead: Online Media Holdings (Roamz). Partners: Bilson’s Restaurant, Cuisine Now, Paypal.
  • Knowhere – integrated mobile and multi-touch smart table offering which provides tourists with a rich and engaging experience to help explore local places of interest and customise their itineraries at Sydney Visitor Information Centres. Consortium Lead: Object Consulting. Partners: Tourism NSW, Microsoft, V3 Leisure Management.
  • MeTag – customer engagement and marketing offering for venue operators combining electronic wristbands, mobile phones and social media. Consortium lead: Centryc. Partners: Luna Park, Pitney Bowes, Modapt, Unique Micro Design, FujiFilm, RFID N PRINT.
  • MoveMe – customisable mobile guide for cultural institutions that incorporates wayfinding, location specific content, and user tracking features. Consortium Lead: Smarttrack RFID. Partners: Powerhouse Museum, MOB, Ramp Holdings, ShopperTrak.
  • Project worx – mobile and web recruitment service for the hospitality and retail sector. Consortium Lead: Turramurra Technologies. Partners: Intercontinental Hotels Group, BigTinCan.
  • SAAS Mobile Site Enabler for SME Retail and Tourism – aggregating mobile location aware content feed for SMEs and tourism organisations. Consortium Lead: AD.IQ Global. Partners: Wyong Shire Council, Central Coast Tourism, Singtel Optus.
  • Smart City – Near Field Communications (NFC) driven transaction platform for electronic retail and municipality services. Consortium Lead: ST Microelectronics. Partners: Parramatta City Council, SGS Technologies, Salt IT.
  • Sydney Opera House Trust (SOHT) Mobile Application – integrated mobile offering for performing arts venues incorporating ticketing, maps, social media and other features such as location-based services or augmented reality, piloted at The Sydney Opera House. Consortium Lead: Tigerspike. Partners: Sydney Opera House, Tessitura.
  • Tapit – new mass market “physical to digital” content network for retail and tourism using Near-Field Communications (NFC) to allow shoppers and tourists to instantly download apps and content by tapping products, signs, shelves and posters with their mobile. Consortium Lead: Tapit Media. Partners: Initiative, Nokia.
  • Taxi Apps – solution connects passengers directly with taxi drivers via a map based mobile phone application. Consortium Lead: Taxi Apps. Partners: NSW Taxi Drivers Association, Microsoft, Nokia, PayPal, Research In Motion, Google.
  • Touchpoint – integrated NFC-enabled point of sale solution comprising a mobile app, electronic receipts, and purchase analysis tool for retailers and consumers. Consortium Lead: My Touchpoint. Partners: 7/Eleven, Nokia.
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