Our Alumni Innovator Series showcases our most innovative alumni who contribute great ideas to their profession and to society. Their successes and insights are shared via public talks, panel discussions and other events, newsletter profiles and articles, and short feature videos.
Meet Constantine (Con) Michael, winner of the Innovation Award at the Curtin Alumni Achievement Awards 2019. Con has spent his entire career designing and developing innovative technology to assist those in need. His most recent design is the Balconi Smart Torch, a video-conferencing system that connects over Satellite, 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi to provide first responders living in remote communities with direct access to medical specialists.
Easy to use, portable and affordable, the equipment is set to revolutionise emergency response management. It has already won a number of awards, including the Australian Information Industry Association and Australian Government Innovation of the Year Award at the 2017 National iAwards.
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