Environmental simulation software wins double award

Friday, 17 April, 2009

Simulation software that enables Australian organisations to manage water and carbon resources more efficiently has won a double prize in South Australia's iAwards competition.

The SimulAIt program, developed by Adelaide-based Intelligent Software Development, collected awards in both the financial application category and the sustainability and green IT award.

SimulAIt is a powerful simulation application that is used to create virtual cities to model and test products, policies or infrastructure, especially in high-impact areas such as water management and climate change. Used as a predictive analysis support tool for financial and environmental sustainability, the software extracts Behavioural Business Intelligence by using behavioural simulation to test ideas in a virtual replica of the real world where mistakes are inexpensive and involve minimal risk.

With the i standing for innovation, the iAwards are Australia's leading ICT industry awards. Each year, the Australian Information Industry Association runs the iAwards as a member of the Asia–Pacific ICT Alliance Awards to deliver an international awards program to the Australian technology community.

By crystallising a vast quantity of complex data and human behaviours, SimulAIt enables you to create virtual replicas of complete cities. This allows strategic planners to test the effectiveness of new products, policies or infrastructure before they are implemented, thereby gaining insight into the future impact of their strategic decisions.

Related News

Australia failing to act on alternative proteins

When it comes to government support for alternative proteins, Australia is lagging behind other...

Sustainability rating tool for small infrastructure projects

The Infrastructure Sustainability Council has released a digital rating tool designed to help...

Qld harnesses quantum tech for a sustainable future

Queensland's Miles government has announced a $50m quantum technology program geared at...


  • All content Copyright © 2024 Westwick-Farrow Pty Ltd