ADAPTOVATE to Join NSW Government AI Solutions Panel


The NSW Government has selected ADAPTOVATE to join its AI Solutions Panel as part of its quest to update planning procedures and protocols.

ADAPTOVATE’s Development Assessment Intelligence System (DAISY) is one of the three technologies identified for trial through the AI Solutions Panel and Early Adopter Grant Program.

The government’s investment of AUD5.6 million to trial AI in local planning systems is an initiative designed to support councils as they scale up to meet the demand for affordable housing.

“We are excited about this opportunity to collaborate with local councils,” said ADAPTOVATE MD Douglas Ross. “Our DAISY system will help councils reduce average DA assessment times by helping applicants get relevant information quickly and easily and then identifying administration and data input errors to enable councils to scale their development application process to meet the demands of NSW. This will be instrumental in helping councils deliver on their affordable housing initiatives.”

The other two companies selected to participate in the trial include Indigenous IT firm Gadali and Encompaas, a platform as a service for compliance records and content for councils.

“We are thrilled to bring value for money to councils in delivering AI-based technologies that support delivering affordable housing at scale across NSW,” said Ross.


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