Telstra's annual Innovation Challenge took place on the weekend, with Australian teams building IoT solutions for very interesting health and wellness challenges, with one winner a true belter.
AMSL Aero, one of the companies in Telstra's muru-D start-up accelerator programme, is building what it calls a Verti-plane that can take off and land vertically like a helicopter but fly fast like a plane.
Cyber security, real-time analytics, containers and microservices, digital team collaboration and a digital twin are the trends, so how does Telstra chief technology officer Håkan Eriksson explain how businesses of all sizes will feel the effects of these technologies?
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She didn't walk away empty handed, she got a partial win which meant she got 50% of the prize value