An IoT platform for electricity suppliers and a mobile heart health monitoring system were among the winners of the inaugural GS1 Hong Kong's Internet of Things (IoT) Awards.
GS1 Hong Kong will be handing out awards in six categories during a ceremony at the Hong Kong
Convention and Exhibition Centre in December.
CLP Power Hong Kong has won the gold award in both the IoT Implementation Excellence and the IoT Application Innovation categories for its "Real-world IoT platform for the electricity supply market" project.
DigiMobi Technology and Rodsum Wireless won awards in the Winning IoT Technology for their equipment height real-time monitoring system (EHRMS) for the Hong Kong-Zhuhai Macao Bridge. ASTRI meanwhile won the same award for a mobile heart health monitoring system.
Chow Tai Fook Jewellery won awards for both RFID Implementation Excellence and RFID Application Innovation for its ICS RFID-technology deployment program.
GS1 Hong Kong has also handed out awards to two groups of students under the Hong Kong U-21 Internet of Things (IoT) Awards program.
Students from the Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology won the Gold Award for IoT Revolution Concept, while a group from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University took the IoT Revolution Application Gold Award.