Twelve companies have been awarded a total of $8.4 million under the federal Accelerating Commercialisation program.
Zip earned $750,000 to establish a factory and Incisive $1 million for clinical trials of it BlueCheck tool.
“The BlueCheck tool can detect tooth decay far earlier than an x-ray, allowing preventative action to be fast tracked, while the ZiP system promises to vastly reduce the amount of time required for infectious diseases results to be confirmed,” said industry minister Christian Porter in a statement. praising the commercial potential of both.
“The Government is committed to providing support for our medical manufacturers so we can make more products here at home, and create new job opportunities and economic benefits as the sector continues to grow.”
Picture: one of Zip’s cartridges (supplied)
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The full list is below:
|Incisive Technologies Pty Ltd||BlueCheck, a novel solution for early identification of tooth decay||$1,000,000|
|Zip Diagnostics Pty Ltd||Novel Point-of-Care Diagnostic for Infectious Diseases||$750,000|
|Accurate Dosing Systems Pty Ltd||Integrated Volumetric Dosing System||$570,000|
|USM Pty Ltd||Integrated personal saftey management solution||$698,912|
|VetDB Pty Ltd||VetDB: a world’s first platform to manage verifiable medical data||$477,973|
|BlockTexx Py Ltd||BlockTexx world first textile recovery technology||$991,617|
|Simple Food Safety Pty Ltd||Simple Food Safety & Consumer Meal Management Software||$497,500|
|Sportcor Industries Pty Ltd||Smartball Commercialisation||$895,485|
|Advanced Mobility Analytics Group Pty Ltd||AI-Enabled Predictive Analytics Platform for Improved Road Safety||$750,000|
|Anditi Pty Ltd||Automated Road Asset and Safety Star Rating Assessment System (Road.ai)||$790,598|
|Beam Australia Operations Pty Ltd||Beamible: the first bottom-up work design & workforce insights platform||$401,282|
|InvertiGro Pty Ltd||InvertiGro vertical farming customer-ready IOT platform and software stack||$651,658|