The Digital Restart Fund – driving digital transformation across NSW Government forward
The Digital Restart Fund is a world first approach to funding iterative, multi-disciplinary approaches to planning, designing and developing digital products and services in NSW. It encourages projects that use modern methodology and foster customer-driven business transformation and collaboration across the NSW Government sector.
There are plenty of exciting projects in the pipeline, delivering outcomes for NSW customers! Take a look at some of the projects coming up...
HOPE Platform Integration - $20M
Patient Reported Measures (PRM) are a key tool in delivering care that is important to patients. The Health Outcome Patient Experience (HOPE) system is a standalone system used by patients and clinicians to review and assess, adjusting care as required.
This project integrates HOPE with hospital electronic medical records to streamline patient consultations through one system improving efficiency for the clinicians and the care experience for the patient.
Smart Beaches - $1.6M
The Smart Beaches project will deliver a standardised and automated reporting tool to all lifeguard services, integrating available and emerging data sources. Smart devices such as GPS asset tracking, wave monitoring and crowd counting will be trailed in 5 local government areas.
Smart Beaches provides an opportunity to make NSW the global leader in beach safety management.
Level crossing technology trials - $1.5M
The Level Crossing trials will evaluate innovative technologies to improve safety and driver awareness of a level crossings. The embedded data collection in level crossing infrastructure, will enable a data ecosystem that will improve safety and supply chain resilience across the road and rail network for Smarter Places.
Smarter Soil Conservation - $1.5M
Smarter Soil Conservation will modernise digital capability through consolidation of existing Smarter Soil Conservation systems, enabling staff to digitally monitor, record and assess work sites for compliance and safety in the field.
Mobile technology will enable staff to monitor, record and assess work sites for Work Health and Safety compliance on site using real-time data that can be automatically validated and reported.
Drone Biodiversity Hub - $2.3M
The Drone Biodiversity Hub will make monitoring Koalas and other fauna in NSW using drones, which will provide better and more consistent results. Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIE) and NSW customers will have the ability to apply advanced A.I to detect fauna across NSW, starting with Koalas.